Durham Chiropractic Team

Dr. Brian McLaughlin








Dr. Brian McLaughlin is from Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia with his younger sister and two brothers, one of which is his identical twin. He graduated from Shepherd University with a B.S. degree in Fitness and Exercise Science. Growing up he was involved in year round athletics; lettering in football, baseball, basketball, and golf in high school. He continued playing golf and baseball throughout his collegiate career, including coaching a local high school baseball team.

Dr. McLaughlin had been inspired by the sport medicine field and the holistic approach to healing at a young age as his involvement in the field started when he was a senior in high school. He completed two internships in physical therapy including extensive training in rehabilitation by his sophomore year in college. It wasn’t until his junior year in college when he became aware of the chiropractic profession and engaged in another internship. Intrigued by the fields’ comprehensive approach to healing the body, Dr. McLaughlin decided that chiropractic was his calling. A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida campus, Dr. McLaughlin was involved in sport council, sports club, motion palpation club and was a Teaching Assistant in Palmer’s Clinic. In addition, he was trained extensively in extremity injuries, sports and rehabilitation through the CCEP program organized and founded by Dr. Kevin Hearon. Dr. McLaughlin is currently licensed and certified by the North Carolina Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

Dr. Kevin McLaughlin







Dr. Kevin McLaughlin was also raised in Shenandoah Junction, West Virginia and is a graduate of Shepherd University and Palmer Chiropractic College. He graduated with a Fitness Exercise Science degree. He completed two chiropractic internships in his undergraduate program. Growing up he was also involved in year round athletics; lettering in football, baseball, basketball, and golf in high school and continued to play football in college.

During his clinical experience, Dr. McLaughlin participated in a preceptor ship program with Dr. Donald Murphy in Rhode Island which dramatically increased his knowledge in the profession. He has studied numerous chiropractic techniques and specialties such as Webster’s technique for pregnant women, Gonstead, Activator, Flexion and Distraction, Diversified, Neuromobilization, Muscle Energy, Myofascial Release, Kinesiotaping, Extremities,Thompson Drop, Applied Kinesiology, Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT), SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) and Nutrition. He is certified in Graston technique and is also a Rock Tape Certified Doc (Kinesiotape). Dr. McLaughlin stays current in research and uses proven techniques through the literature, seminars, and continuing education known to be effective. As a previous collegiate athlete, he enjoys staying active in his cross-fit community and working with athletes. Kevin looks forward to helping and working with everyone around him.

 Amanda Godwin, LMBT

Amanda Ann Godwin is a nationally certified massage therapist. Her massage style is a combination of Swedish and Ayurvedic massage, often employing the additional tools of warm towels, essential oils and gua sha. She is skillful at “listening” to the body under hands to discern the best way to proceed. Amanda’s background as a yoga teacher informs her treatment of the body in massage. Her ministry of helping the body to heal and thrive has spanned work in massage, 4-handed massage, midwifery, hospice, and as well as teaching, yoga, and quilting. She makes her home with her husband in Carrboro, NC.

Jennifer Stasko

Jennifer Stasko, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT is from Lynchburg, VA. Jennifer attended Shenandoah University in Winchester, VA for her undergrad degree as well as her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Growing up she was involved in year round athletics; lettering in volleyball, basketball, and soccer. Jennifer was very involved in athletics at the Collegiate level through playing volleyball and was a captain of her team. She had multiple sports focused internships where she worked at McLeod Sports Medicine with high school and college level athletes. She had the privilege of doing a manual therapy based internship abroad in Canberra, Australia. While there, she worked with two of the premier sports teams including the Canberra Raiders and Canberra Brumbies rugby teams. Jennifer became a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist in 2013. Jennifer became recognized as a Maitland Australian Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist (COMT) in October 2014. The Maitland Approach is a world-renowned, highly effective, gentle approach to the management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. Jennifer is one of less than two percent of physical therapists practicing in the U.S. and fewer than 60 therapists in North Carolina with this distinction. She enjoys spending one on one time with patients performing hands on evidence-based treatment specialized for each individual patient. She is also well trained in kinesiotaping, Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) aka Graston, joint mobilizations, neuro-mobilization, soft tissue mobilization, and Trigger Point Release (TPR). As a previous collegiate athlete, she enjoys staying active in her community and working with athletes and active individuals.


 Gabe Stern

 Gabe Stern began his study and practice in the medical field in 2002: starting in the western medical world as an emergency medical technician, and continuing on to become a registered nurse specializing in intensive care. As much as he enjoyed the work in those areas, he chose to pursue an advanced degree in Chinese Medicine in order to further his knowledge, and understanding of the nature of disease.  He is a graduate of Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine where along with the standard education in Traditional Chinese Medicine there was extensive training in the Shen-Hammer pulse Method, and considerable focus on the treatment of emotional disorders. In search of a deeper and more substantive understanding of Chinese medicine Gabe completed his fellowship in Classical Chinese medical theory and the treatment of infertility with the Hunyuan research institute.When he’s not seeing patients or studying Chinese medicine Gabe is an avid student of the martial arts, and a sucker for Sci-Fi / Fantasy, or the occasional real book.
Degrees: Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Bachelors of Health Sciences, Associates of science in nursing.

Certifications: NCCAOM board certified: Oriental Medicine, NCCAOM board certified: Acupuncture, NCCAOM board certified: Bio-Medicine, Diplomat of Hunyuan Medicine

Licensures: Licensed Acupuncturist, NC , Licensed Acupuncturist, NY

Dr. Suzanne Fox

Dr. Suzanne Fox graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree from Delaware Valley College. She went on to pursue her education at the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic, where she graduated as valedictorian of her class.

During Dr. Fox’s first semester of chiropractic school, she had the opportunity to take a Functional Medicine seminar. From that point on, she realized that she had found her passion in using holistic, advanced biochemical testing and nutritional therapies to facilitate healing. Dr. Fox’s thirst for knowledge in this arena prompted her to attend as many extracurricular seminars as she could while in chiropractic school. During her last year of school, she became certified as an Applied Kinesiologist.  Today, she has over 200 hours of training in Applied Kinesiology.
Upon graduation, Dr. Fox’s drive to better serve her patients and learn as much as possible in the field of Functional Medicine, lead her to numerous hours of post graduate seminars. The culmination of this training resulted in her receiving the highest level of board certification for nutrition in the chiropractic profession, a Diplomate of Clinical Nutrition.As fundamentally important as biochemical health is, Dr. Fox also recognizes that stress plays a major role in overall health and quality of life. Consequently, she pursued training in well researched stress reduction techniques. Dr. Fox primarily uses NET, Neuro-Emotional Technique and EFT, Emotional Freedom Technique, in the office. Additionally, homeopathic and nutritional supplements are used as adjuncts to these therapies when beneficial.


Dr. Fox has been practicing complementary and holistic medicine for over a decade. Before selling her private practice in 2010 to move to North Carolina, she enjoyed seeing patients in her New York office. In addition to working with patients one on one in the person, Dr. Fox consults with patients via Skype, etc who are located throughout the United States, and also leads group classes in the office and online.Outside of the office, Dr. Fox loves spending time with her son Evan, family, friends, and dog, Ginger!  She enjoys cooking, reading, the beach, and being outdoors…especially with horses!