Dr. Crystal Zagwyn-Harrison
Dr. Crystal Zagwyn Harrison finished her undergraduate education at the University of Maine in Orono with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and piloted research on how blueberries affect glycemic index levels specially aiming to help the diabetic population in 2007. She completed her doctorate at Sherman College of Chiropractic College in Spartanburg, South Carolina in 2012. During her time at Sherman College, she did a radiology internship at the health clinic, became an Academy of Chiropractic Excellence intern able to coach other students on over 7 adjusting styles/techniques, and her externship was completed with Southeast Sports Chiropractic where she focused on athletic care, nutrition, and performance. Dr. Harrison was awarded the Distinguished Service Award in 2012 from Sherman College of Chiropractic.
Dr. Harrison began practice in North Carolina and has since moved back to her home state of Maine to enjoy private practice. She has helped many offices in her years with coverage and consulting in their marketing operations and documentation & compliance protocols.
Dr. Harrison completed her post graduate study for the American Chiropractic Association’s Council of Forensic Sciences and achieved her Diplomate in Forensics in 2017. This 350-hour program allows her to ensure patients are receiving evidence-based care, and is able to perform second opinions, disability ratings, and testify in the legal system as an expert witness. In 2019, she became a Certified Medical Examiner able to provide DOT physicals.
Dr. Harrison proudly serves the chiropractic profession with leadership roles, consulting, and educating. She helped initiate and launch the North Carolina Chiropractic Assistant program in 2012. She has been a conference speaker for the North Carolina Chiropractic Association, North Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners, American Chiropractic Association (ACA) Council on Forensic Sciences. She has spoken for Parkinson’s Awareness groups, the YMCA, and other health and wellness communities.
She is currently the President of the ACA Council on Forensic Sciences, and she also serves as the Treasurer for the Maine Chiropractic Association (MCA).
Nicole has been working at Complete Health 180, formerly Richmond Family Chiropractic, since 2018. She handles a little bit of everything including patient flow, scheduling, correspondence, and billing for the office. Since experiencing chiropractic firsthand, Nicole promotes the values of wellness care and how it is an important aspect of a healthy lifestyle. She describes chiropractic care as treating a person to resolve the root cause of their specific issues versus the typical “sick care” model of healthcare. Nicole has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Thomas College, and she has enjoyed her experience learning healthcare related management. She enjoys boating, fishing, spending time with her family and their 2 dogs.
Office Administrative Assistant
Amanda is the newest addition to the Complete Health 180 team. Originally from California, she has jumped both feet first into the wonderful community that is Maine. She has an associate degree in Human Services, and another in Social and Behavioral Studies from Santiago Canyon College in California. She understands the need for well-rounded health and vitality and how chiropractic care can help achieve this. She loves spending her time in nature and experiencing everything this beautiful state has to offer. She joins the team with excitement to serve Complete Health 180 and our entire community however best she can.