Dr. Saleeby’s father Richard G. Saleeby, M.D. was instrumental in his choice to become a Chiropractic Physician. He was mentored early in his career by the late James P. Mallette, D.C.
Dr. Saleeby attended North Carolina State University and received a B.S. in Biology. He attended Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Mo. and received a Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 1984.
Saleeby Chiropractic Centre, P.A. was established in June, 1985.
Dr. Saleeby served as President of Wake County Society for eight terms from 1988-2015. He is a loyal member of the North Carolina Chiropractic Association and the American Chiropractic Association. In 1989, Dr. Saleeby became involved in research which ultimately led to the development of the technology that is present today. He studied extensively under and was mentored by Dr. Walter V. Pierce from 1989-1993. Dr. Pierce pioneered the computerized instrument analysis and treatment, thermograph evaluation and motion x-ray (Videofluoroscopy) which led to the current system known as the Pierce Results System (PRS).
Saleeby Chiropractic Centre was the first clinic to utilize this technology in its entirety in private practice in 1993.
Following Dr. Pierce’s untimely death in 1993 Dr. Saleeby helped continue the research and development of the Computerized Force, Recording and Analysis System. He is on the ancillary staff at Sherman Chiropractic College and is an accredited instructor currently part of a team that teaches the PRS to students and other doctors for continuing education credits.
Dr. Saleeby completed a post graduate program in 1993 through Palmer College of Chiropractic for the use and interpretation of Videofluoroscopy. He is the only Doctor of Chiropractic in North Carolina with this certification.
Dr. Saleeby’s hobbies include spending time with his family, cooking, reading, golf, tennis and running.