Dr. Kenneth E. Niemann III, DC, MA MPH(c) CEP

P.O. Box 8772

Calabasas, CA 91372-8772

(818) 307-0874,




Doctor of Chiropractic– Cleveland Chiropractic College, Jan. 2004

M.A. Bioethics – Trinity Law and Graduate School, Dec. 2008

Master of Public Health – University of Massachusetts at Amherst, June 2018

B.A. Biology– Pepperdine University, Dec. 1989

Certified EKG Monitor (Telemetry) – Heartfare, AHA

Chemical Dependency Counseling Certification– CCAPP

Certified Clinical Research Associate- The Clinical Research Training Institute

Certified Exercise Physiologist – American College of Sports Medicine

Certified Medical Assistant & Phlebotomist– C.V.A.S

Certified CPR & First Aid Instructor – American Heart Association

Certified Emergency Medical Technician– W.V.O.C.



SC Environments. Served as Wellness Director at a drug treatment facility for college aged youths. Duties included formation and promotion of health education and wellness programs for recovering addicts, medical documentation, mentoring, counseling, career and vocation counseling, nutritional consultation, etc. Also served on the Safety Committee and as the Infection Control Officer in preparation for JCAHO accreditation. 2006-2018.

Woodbury University. Adjunct professor. Taught WASC accredited university classes in Health Behavior. 2011-2017.

California State Military Reserve. Specialist Rank. Duties include Disaster and Hazardous Waste Management, Search & Rescue, Military Emergency Management Specialist, Population Safety, Public Health modalities. 2013-2016.

California Center for Fitness and Functional Medicine. Owner and independent contractor serving as a Certified Exercise Physiologist, Wellness Instructor, and Physiotherapist. Performed duties in corrective exercise and rehabilitation, electrical modalities, neuromusculoskeletal care, and patient education. Course Instructor for NCCPT, a nationally recognized personal trainer’s certification. Post rehabilitation, functional, speed, and agility training for populations ranging from elite athletes to post operation. Nutritional Counseling. 2000-2009

KKLA Radio 99.5 FM. Program Director and host/panelist for the Written on the Heart Radio Show, dedicated to the topics of philosophy, ethics, and religion. 2005- 2008

Endocrine Sciences. Clinical Biochemistry position, responsible for a host of assays involving such techniques as radioimmunoassay, HPLC, GC, etc. Interpretation of results and general laboratory chemistry. 1998-2000

Amgen, Inc. Division of Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery. Research Associate. Biochemical techniques relating to protein chemistry including HPLC, Gel Electrophoresis, UV-Vis, and protein purification. 1997-1998

UCLA Medical Center- Dept. of Molecular Medicine and Structural Biology, nuclear chemist in the synthesis of clinical and experimental radiolabeled pharmaceuticals via the use of an 11.2 MeV cyclotron and chemical processing units. HPLC skills involving research in Fluorine chemistry and pharmaceutical production, including trouble shooting techniques. Familiarity with Gas Chromatography, module design, radio, analytical, and organic chemistry, routine laboratory functions, and quality control. 1991-1997

International Resuscitation Research Center- Research Associate for a division of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Studied ways to limit neural deficits in trauma outcome patients. Functioned in the animal ICU with numerous monitoring and life support techniques such as EKGs, EEGs, blood sampling, polygraph, drug administration, IVs, surgical assisting, sterile techniques, and a host of other physiologic, chemical, and clinical measurements. 1990- 1991.