After having experienced dramatic health improvements at the age of 12 from dietary changes, Dr. Kevin Millet became obsessed with the topic of nature cure and, eventually, energetic healing. Writing papers on the topics throughout junior high, high school and undergrad, he chose to pursue his Doctor of Chiropractic from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, California. Following graduation in 1989, Dr. Millet opened a private clinic near Salt Lake City, Utah where he initially focused in family wellness and later began to specialize exclusively on patients suffering from disabling dysautonomic and auto-immune conditions (eg fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, multiple chemical sensitivity, lupus, multiple sclerosis). His interest in diagnostic acumen led him to complete a 300 hour program certified by the Council on Diagnosis of Internal Disorders in 2014. He is currently board eligible to receive his Diplomate from the American Board of Chiropractic Internists.
In 2008 Dr. Millet became the owner of Total Body Modification, Inc. (TBM) after having been an instructor since 2003. Dr. Millet was originally exposed to TBM in 1986 when working, while a medical student, in the clinic of the founder of TBM, Dr. Victor L. Frank. Upon graduation, Dr. Millet lost contact with Dr. Frank until 2001 when he began to formally study under Dr. Frank. From that point until his death in 2009, Dr. Frank personally mentored Dr. Millet and chose to entrust the legacy of TBM to him in 2008. Dr. Millet continues to be the principle instructor and ongoing developer of TBM.
Attendees of his courses will not only attest his knowledge of TBM and alternative medicine as a whole, but also of physiology, anatomy, and diagnostics. Once nearly disabled by his own health issues, Dr. Millet is now a vibrant reminder of the body’s recuperative powers. His commitment to listen to and respond to his body’s needs has resulted in him being drug-free for over 30 years. Attending one of Dr. Millet’s lectures will leave you not only more capable of meeting the needs of your patients, but more committed to your own health and well-being as well.