Daniel Sosnoski is the editor in chief of Chiropractic Economics. He has worked in the publishing industry at nearly every level, including assignments at book, magazine, and newspaper publishing agencies, both in the US and abroad. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Troy State University and is the author of Introduction to Japanese Culture. Contact Daniel if you would like to contribute to Chiropractic Economics.
Melissa Heyboer began working with Chiropractic Economics in July 2008 after graduating with a journalism and history degree from the University of Central Florida in May 2008. Melissa was previously a freelance journalist with the Seminole Chronicle in Orlando, Fla. and the editor in chief and sports editor of her college newspaper.
Andrea Paxton started working with the Chiropractic Economics team in August 2012. She earned a master’s degree in English from the University of North Florida and has been working as a writer in various forms for over a decade. Along with words, she also has a strong affection for digital photography and videography.