(From left) Dr. Mark Zeigler, vice president, Foot Levelers; Peter
Martin, D.C., Florida Campus president; Kent Greenawalt, CEO,
Foot Levelers; and Tony Holterman, Foot Levelers.
In 1952, Monte H. Greenawalt, D.C., DABCO, developed the
Spinal Pelvic Stabilizer to balance the body and help the chiropractic
adjustment “hold better.”
Today, Foot Levelers, Inc., is the world’s leading provider of individually
designed spinal stabilizing orthotics to the chiropractic
profession. Throughout its history, Foot Levelers has been devoted
to chiropractic education, especially supporting chiropractic
colleges to advance student and faculty scholarship, research,
campus expansion and enriching the student experience.
On Aug. 21, the Florida Campus held a ribbon-cutting ceremony
designating the café in the Standard Process Student Center as
Monte’s Café, in tribute to Dr. Monte Greenawalt. Dr. Greenawalt
died in 2007.
“Monte absolutely loved the students and supported initiatives
that improved their educational experience,” says Kent Greenawalt,
Monte’s son and current chairman and CEO of Foot Levelers.
“No doubt he would be very proud of this honor and testament
to his many contributions to the field of chiropractic.”