Dr. RiveraMelo was born in Mexico City and moved to Chicago at a young age where he completed his undergraduate studies in biology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Following in the footsteps of his father, he decided to attend chiropractic school. In the fall of 2009, he graduated with honors from Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU), and shortly after began a residency in radiology. In 2012, Dr. RiveraMelo completed his residency and was awarded the title of Diplomate by American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. Having a passion for teaching and radiology, Dr. RiveraMelo decided to pursue a teaching position at SCU. He is currently the director of SCU’s Center for Diagnostic Imaging as well as an assistant clinical professor in the associate clinical sciences department, and a member of the SCU diagnostic imaging consultation group.
Dr. Matthew Eurich grew up in the Omaha, Nebraska and became interested in alternative medicine at a young age. He received a Bachelor of Science in human biology and graduated Cum Laude from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1996. Dr. Eurich went on to open his own practice in the Omaha where he worked for three years before deciding to return to school to complete a diagnostic imaging residency at Southern California University of Health Sciences. In 2004 after successfully completing the residency he received his Diplomate by American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. He then promptly joined the faculty as a full-time assistant professor in the Diagnostic Imaging department of at SCU. He is enthusiastic about educating chiropractic students and radiology residents alike, and thoroughly enjoys his role as imaging consultant for the practicing chiropractors.
From Dr. Curtis Yomtob’s early days cleaning glassware in a research lab at University of Southern California to his time spent as a phlebotomist and autopsy assistant at a major southern California hospital, he knew that healthcare was in his future. After a moderate career as a college student with majors in biology and theater, he tried his hand at semi-professional acting and went on to work in Hollywood as a construction coordinator, building sets for motion pictures and television. Still he felt the urge to follow his first calling, of science and—more specifically—healthcare. With this in mind, he enrolled at Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU), Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, graduating in 1993 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. Immediately after graduating Dr. Yomtob was accepted into the SCU’s Radiology Residency Program. achieving his Diplomate certification by the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. He remained at SCU as teaching clinician and later joined the radiology department as professor. Dr. Yomtob is dedicated to all aspects of radiology both for the chiropractic student as well as the chiropractic professional.