Dr. Sal Martingano is a featured motivational speaker, educator, and author. His career has taken him from teaching industrial arts in high school and college classrooms to be coming a leading Doctor of Chiropractic. He continues his educational expertise with 21 years of radio and cable TV broadcasting and has authored numerous health and wellness articles.
Dr. Sal is an avid historian who believes that “Words Have Meaning” and that education is the key to understanding the political environment of today’s society. His latest book: “The Declaration of Dependence”, empowers and entertains minds of all ages on the complex world of politics, and inspires thoughtful conversation on our “American Dream”.
Sal’s book: “Boys of Brooklyn: A Time When Life Never Sucked” reflects on the exciting memoirs of life as a first wave Italian baby boomer from Brooklyn, and shoes how the lessons learned from that era are now more relevant than ever.
PUBLIC SPEAKING EXPERIENCE:
PRAISE FOR SAL:
Peruvian Chiropractic Convention
Guest Speaker – Lima Peru
Sherman College of Chiropractic
Graduation Keynote Speaker for Continuing Education
Palmer Chiropractic College of Florida
Guest Speaker for Philosophy Seminars
Life College and Dynamic Essentials Seminars
Guest Speaker – Atlanta Georgia
Schools, Public/Civic Groups, and Media Events
Guest Speaker on Careers, Research, Biology, Neuroanatomy, and Related Science Topics, References Upon Request.
“Sal tells an awesome story that integrates life as it was, life as it is, and life how it should be – with amazing, real life experiences to back it up. Wow, I can’t say enough!”
Author – The Amphigeo Story
“Sal delivers an eye-opening, timely, and thoroughly researched message with a refreshing, courageous style.”
Dr. Patrick Milroy
Medical Advisor – Runner’s World Magazine
BOOKS BY SAL:
THE DECLARATION OF DEPENDENCE
A Betrayal of the American Dream
BOOK ONE: Media and the Government
Published 2019 – Credo House Publishers
BOYS OF BROOKLYN
A Time When Life Never Sucked
Published 2018 – Credo House Publishers