About Dr. Holder

Dr. Holder is the first American to receive the Albert Schweitzer Prize in Medicine from the Albert Schweitzer-Gesellschaft, Austria. 1992 Chiropractor of the Year by The Florida Chiropractic Association, and Florida Chiropractic Society Researcher of the Year in 1995. Dr. Holder is Adjunct Professor, St. Martin's College, Milwaukee; held appointment to the faculty at the University of Miami, Center for Addiction Studies and Education, and held appointment as post graduate faculty at numerous chiropractic colleges including National College, Life College, Life West and Parker College. Executive Board Member and Treasurer of the Council on Chiropractic Practice.

He is the developer of Torque Release Technique®, discover and developer of the Foundation Point System and Addiction Axis Line in Auriculotherapy, President/Co-Founder of the American College of Addictionology and Compulsive Disorders, which trains and board certifies professionals in the field of addiction worldwide and is Director/Founder of Exodus Treatment Center, a 350 bed addiction facility located in Miami, Florida, Director/Founder of Exodus Israel Addiction and Research Center, Jerusalem, Israel.

At the age of 14, Dr. Holder began his experience in research in neurotoxins at the University of Miami School of Medicine. Dr. Holder is presently developing the efficacy of the chiropractic subluxation in addiction treatment and is expanding The Brain Reward Cascade and Reward Deficiency Syndrome (RDS), a model supporting the vertebral subluxation complex. The 1993 United States Senate compared Dr. Holder's Success in research to Michael Jordan's performance in basketball. Author of 2 books, edited in several others, author of many scientific papers and research studies, and inventor of medical, acupuncture and chiropractic devices, Dr. Holder lectures worldwide and is in private practice in Miami Beach, Florida, since 1977.