107 Years of Chiropractic – What’s in the News

By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

Happy Founders Day! Today is the 107th birthday of Chiropractic. It is also the opening day of my new office (ADIO Chiropractic) in Marina del Rey, California.

There’s an abundance of chiropractic news in the media. I thought I’d share some of the links with you.

First, and fitting for founders day, I noticed that Palmer college is planning on opening a college in Sacramento, California. The are looking into the Folsom area and plan to open by 2006. News Link: College chooses Folsom

The 2003 and 2004 New York State Special Olympics will be held at New York Chiropractic College. News Link: State Special Olympics to be held at NYCC

In observance of the anniversary of 9/11, chiropractors from across the country will be sponsoring “Lifesavers” Appreciation Day to honor the men and women who risk their lives to help save the lives of others. News Link: Chiropractors sponsor Lifesaver’s Appreciation Day

Chiropractors in the news this week…

Wendy Attadgie: She’s got your back
Charles Wade: College injury drew Oxford chiropractor into profession
Frank Zolli: Special legislation gives Bridgeport dean chiropractic license
Alex Carr: Alex Carr follows in family’s chiropractic footsteps

Enjoy this day of 107 years of chiropractic!

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