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Matt R.

Science, Math, & Sports

Science, Math, & Sports

$65/hour

  • 117 hours tutoring

  • Allentown, PA 18104

"Very enthusiastic and effective"

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About Matt


Bio

Greetings, My name is Dr. R. and I hope to help you on your journey through the lifelong process of education. I completed my undergraduate studies in 2006 (Desales University, BS biology, minor in chemistry) and my doctorate studies in 2012 (Palmer College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic). Currently, I work at a clinic in Bath and hold an adjunct faculty position at a university teaching human structure and function (anatomy). I am comfortable tutoring math subjects up to pre-...

Greetings,

My name is Dr. R. and I hope to help you on your journey through the lifelong process of education. I completed my undergraduate studies in 2006 (Desales University, BS biology, minor in chemistry) and my doctorate studies in 2012 (Palmer College of Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic).

Currently, I work at a clinic in Bath and hold an adjunct faculty position at a university teaching human structure and function (anatomy).

I am comfortable tutoring math subjects up to pre-calculus and science subjects up to senior level courses in high school (aside from anatomy). I have team and one-on-one coaching experience in baseball (especially pitching) but would also give soccer and basketball lessons if needed. I am also very comfortable around Mac and PC-based computer systems and MS Office applications, including MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

I enjoy working with students and athletes, and love to see the improvements made by students/athletes as they work toward their goal. I am open to filling learning gaps a few times per year, or working weekly to achieve greater goals.

I wish you luck in the future. Please feel free to contact me for help.

Dr. Matthew R., DC


Education

DeSales University, Center Valley, PA
Biology BS
Palmer College of Chiropractic, DC degree earned
Other

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $65
  • Rate details: Group rates will be discussed on a case by case basis.
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Travel policy: Within 10 miles of Allentown, PA 18104
  • Lesson cancellation: 12 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 1/11/2015

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I wrote my own ledger for my business, and use Excel for workout programs, simple charts, and schedules.
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Computer

General Computer,

General Computer

I wrote my first computer program in 4th grade and have built my own systems multiple tiles over the last two decades. I learn programs by using them, and generally come out with more "real world" knowledge than you'll get in a class.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I wrote my own ledger for my business, and use Excel for workout programs, simple charts, and schedules.
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

General Computer,

General Computer

I wrote my first computer program in 4th grade and have built my own systems multiple tiles over the last two decades. I learn programs by using them, and generally come out with more "real world" knowledge than you'll get in a class.
Microsoft Excel,

Microsoft Excel

I wrote my own ledger for my business, and use Excel for workout programs, simple charts, and schedules.
Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word

Elementary Education

Study Skills

Study Skills

I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning. While earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I worked about 20 hours per week, while taking, on average, 30 credits per term (as opposed to the 12 credit hours most universities consider full-time).

Homeschool

Biology,

Biology

I studied biology and chemistry in undergrad and currently teach kinesiology and A&P to college sophomores and juniors. Biology is the foundation of physiology, and I use that in my clinical work everyday.
Study Skills

Study Skills

I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning. While earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I worked about 20 hours per week, while taking, on average, 30 credits per term (as opposed to the 12 credit hours most universities consider full-time).

Most Popular

Biology,

Biology

I studied biology and chemistry in undergrad and currently teach kinesiology and A&P to college sophomores and juniors. Biology is the foundation of physiology, and I use that in my clinical work everyday.
Study Skills

Study Skills

I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning. While earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I worked about 20 hours per week, while taking, on average, 30 credits per term (as opposed to the 12 credit hours most universities consider full-time).

Other

Study Skills

Study Skills

I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning. While earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I worked about 20 hours per week, while taking, on average, 30 credits per term (as opposed to the 12 credit hours most universities consider full-time).

Science

Anatomy,

Anatomy

I've been teaching anatomy, physiology, and kinesiology at the college level since 2012. As a chiropractor, I've taken numerous anatomy, physiology, and neurology courses over my career as well. I don't just teach it, I use it, and applying it everyday has helped me learn how to boil it down to the most important concepts.
Biochemistry,

Biochemistry

I've taken numerous biochemistry courses in my career, both in undergrad and in graduate school. Biochemistry covers the fundamentals of nutrition and human energy systems. As a chiropractor and sports performance specialist, I use nutrition to help my patients and power my athletes using this knowledge.
Biology,

Biology

I studied biology and chemistry in undergrad and currently teach kinesiology and A&P to college sophomores and juniors. Biology is the foundation of physiology, and I use that in my clinical work everyday.
Nutrition,

Nutrition

I have taken multiple biochemistry and nutrition/toxicology courses while earning my undergraduate and doctorate degrees.
Physiology,

Physiology

I've been applying physiological concepts clinically and teaching A&P at the college level for 5+ years. I prepare nurses, physicians' assistants, and future doctors to care for their patients. In the clinic, physiology helps me explain the cause and effect of disease.
Microbiology

Special Needs

Study Skills

Study Skills

I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning. While earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I worked about 20 hours per week, while taking, on average, 30 credits per term (as opposed to the 12 credit hours most universities consider full-time).

Sports/Recreation

Baseball,

Baseball

I have team coaching experience at the high school and college level (1 year each) and about 6 years of camp instruction/ one-on-one lessons, mainly dealing with pitching. I pitched in the 2003 DIII CWS and played for the LV Catz in the ACBL from 2003-2005. I focus on pitching mechanics, sport-specific strength, and nutrition to develop my clients.
Fitness,

Fitness

I will be teaching a personal training course at a local college next month. I also use personal training methods to progress my rehabilitation plans with patients. In addition, I work with local sports teams to develop strength and conditioning programs.
Nutrition

Nutrition

I have taken multiple biochemistry and nutrition/toxicology courses while earning my undergraduate and doctorate degrees.

Summer

Biology,

Biology

I studied biology and chemistry in undergrad and currently teach kinesiology and A&P to college sophomores and juniors. Biology is the foundation of physiology, and I use that in my clinical work everyday.
Study Skills

Study Skills

I currently teach Anatomy at the university level, but more importantly, I was a student; twice, in fact. While earning my undergraduate degree, I was also on the baseball team. Spending 20-40 hours/week on the field while working on my degree obviously required some major planning. While earning my Doctor of Chiropractic degree, I worked about 20 hours per week, while taking, on average, 30 credits per term (as opposed to the 12 credit hours most universities consider full-time).

Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews


Patient Tutor

Matt was more than patient in helping me with Excel. He is very knowledgeable and would recommend him to anyone.

Dawn, 1 lesson with Matt

Great tutor!

Matt is a great guy! He is very easy to work with and helps you to understand the material on "your" level, no matter what the difficulty level. Tonight we went into great detail learning several functions, formulas, and tables with Excel for a class that I am taking. I highly recommend him for your next tutor!

Shane, 10 lessons with Matt

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Matt R.

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