About Us

Marc G. Pick is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a private practice in Beverly Hills, California since 1973. In a desire to enhance his services, he attended Emperors College of Traditional Oriental Medicine from 1987-92, and in 1997, he completed the American Chiropractic Association's 300 hour postgraduate course in Neurology.

He earned his Diplomat and Fellowship status in Craniopathy through the International Craniopathic Society sponsored by the Sacro-Occipital Research Society International (SORSI) and has lectured throughout the United States, Japan, Korea, Australia, England, France, Canada, Italy and Switzerland since 1979.

Since 1973, he has accomplished several thousand hours of human dissection and founded Project Human (the construction of a prosected latex humanoid cast from the parts of human cadavers).

One of Dr. Pick’s latest accomplishments is his creation of a latex fiber optic model of the Human Central & Peripheral Nervous System. This was placed on loan to the Wellcome Trust for their 2002 Exhibit that was displayed at the Museum of Science in London.

Naturally inquisitive about the intercranial impact of cranial manipulations, he began investigating the visual effects of cranial manipulations upon the intercranial structures during MRI scanning and was published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT) in 1994. His more recent work is the text, "Cranial Sutures", published and released through Eastland Press. The text is a comprehensive guide to sutural analysis, morphology and manipulative strategies and is designed to aid the practitioner's manipulative applications through a greater understanding of the skull's interarticular relationships.

Currently, Dr. Pick instructs yearly courses in human dissection as part of the Outreach program sponsored through the Honolulu School of Medicine in Hawaii, and regularly presents his own seminars on Neurology and SOT in Los Angeles, CA. Dr. Pick also lectures annually and is a keynote speaker for SORSI's Homecoming Symposium. For more information, please visit their website: http://www.sorsi.com