Month: April 2007

Chiropractic Website Urges Support For Organizations

By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

Los Angeles: Keeping any organization going requires support and input from members. After all, it’s not one individual player that makes an organization successful, it’s the combination of working together as a team in pursuit of the organization’s mission that makes it so great.

The two chiropractic associations in California (and other chiropractic organizations across the globe) would benefit greatly by garnering increased support and participation from doctors in the field, vendors, educators, students, chiropractic family members, and even the people we serve.

Individuals working for chiropractic associations throughout the world put in lots of hours, often times voluntarily, and they don’t ask for anything in return. In my experience these individuals want to see the profession of chiropractic continue to grow and flourish so that more people will be able to receive chiropractic care than do today. I know of many chiropractors who have traveled all over the United States lecturing on the benefits of chiropractic care as well as lecturing about the great opportunities presented by becoming a chiropractor. Their main mission was to spread the message of chiropractic, without expectation of receiving something in return.

I published an article to the planet chiropractic blog pages last week urging greater financial support of California’s chiropractic associations. In the post, titled: Support California Chiropractic Organizations, I offered an incentive to those deciding to make a financial contribution to either of the two chiropractic associations during the month of May.

let's talk about chiropracticYou can visit the post or get some of the information here which was modified from the blog page…

How about this for some incentive? Support your chiropractic organizations in the State of California and get something additional in return! For the month of May Planet Chiropractic will send 10 copies of individually wrapped audio CDs featuring Dr. James Sigafoose giving a live lecture on the benefits of chiropractic care for checks you write made out either to the CCA or ICAC.

Thanks to the generosity of legendary chiropractor Dr. James Sigafoose, Planet Chiropractic was able to record a very special patient appreciation talk that he gave for his daughters chiropractic practice back in December of 2000. The event was attended by more than 400 people and we captured the audio digitally. It was edited to create a 30 minute CD audio presentation titled “Let’s Talk about Chiropractic.”

Here are the details…

1. Write a valid check of $50 (US funds) or more made out to either chiropractic organization (California Chiropractic Association – International Chiropractors Association of California).
2. Mail your check to Planet Chiropractic before the end of May, 2007 (address is listed below)
3. We will mail you 10 chiropractic audio CDs (each individually shrink-wrapped and listed at $21.95)
4. We will deliver all checks to the organizations at months-end and we’ll cover the cost of shipping CDs to you!

You do not have to be a chiropractor in the state of California to be able to participate and benefit from this offer. This offer is limited to the continental United States (mainly so we can keep shipping costs under control). You can visit the links below if you want more information about the products we’ll be sending you. Don’t forget to include your shipping address along with payment so we can get your items to the proper location.

If you’d like to be thanked publicly on the Planet Chiropractic web site, please provide pertinent office information. This offer is subject to change and if any changes are made we will post that information here.

Please make your checks out to the chiropractic organizations listed above (not to Planet Chiropractic), you can mail them to this address… (it’s okay if you want to make a check out to each organization)

Planet Chiropractic
2509 Ocean Ave.
Venice, CA 90291

I’d really like to see people offer greater support to their state chiropractic organizations and I know that Dr. James Sigafoose feels the same way. If you’d like your state chiropractic association to benefit from a similar offer, forward them this information and have them contact us for more details at the address listed above.

Chiropractic – it’s the biggest idea I know of. — BJ Palmer, DC @ 3:30 pm | Article ID: 1177896676

Support California Chiropractic Organizations

I was just writing a check this afternoon, made out to the International Chiropractors Association of California, and I thought it would be a good idea to share with others the importance of supporting your local and state chiropractic organizations.

The ICAC had sent me a letter this month notifying me that they were updating personal profiles on doctors of chiropractic in the state of California. They did not ask for money directly but they did mention that there were costs involved with doing database upgrades. I have had decades of experience doing such upgrades and I know what they can entail. We are fortunate, as chiropractors practicing in the state of California, as a result of the many years of efforts that our state organizations have endured and it’s important that we support those efforts whenever we can.

Here is contact information for the ICAC and the CCA, California’s two chiropractic organizations…

ICA of California (ICAC)
9700 Business Park Drive, #305
Sacramento, CA 95827

California Chiropractic Association
1600 Sacramento Inn Way, Suite 106
Sacramento, CA 95815
Phone: 916-648-2727

How about this for some incentive? Support your chiropractic organizations in the State of California and get something additional in return! For the month of May Planet Chiropractic will send 10 copies of individually wrapped audio CDs featuring Dr. James Sigafoose giving a live lecture on the benefits of chiropractic care for checks you write made out either to the CCA or ICAC.

Here are the details…

  1. Write a valid check of $50 or more made out to either organization listed above.
  2. Mail the check to Planet Chiropractic before the end of May, 2007 (our address is listed below)
  3. We will mail you 10 audio CDs (each individually shrink-wrapped and listed at $21.95)
  4. We will deliver all checks to the organizations at month-end and we’ll cover the cost of shipping your CDs!

You do not have to be a chiropractor in the state of California to be able to participate and benefit from this offer. This offer is limited to the continental United States (mainly so we can keep shipping costs under control). You can visit the links below if you want more information about the products we’ll be sending you. Don’t forget to include your shipping address along with payment so we can get your items to the proper location.

If you’d like to be thanked publicly on the Planet Chiropractic web site, please provide pertinent office information. This offer is subject to change and if any changes are made we will post that information here.

Please make your checks out to the chiropractic organizations listed above, you can mail them to this address… (it’s okay if you wanna make check out to each)

Planet Chiropractic
2509 Ocean Ave.
Venice, CA 90291

Wishing you continued abundance and success in your chiropractic practice!

Dr. Michael Dorausch, DC – Chiropractor Los Angeles

California Vaccine News AB16

provided by NVIC

This may come too late as voting on this bill was yesterday, April 25, 2007. Information is being included on planet chiropractic for educational purposes only. A copy of the bill (AB 16) is available below PDF format. It is recommended that you visit the link for more information.

A bill being considered by the California legislature would strip parents of the right to exempt their child from vaccination. California residents who wish to express their views on this should contact legislators immediately.

CALIFORNIA ACTION ALERT (Forwarded from National Vaccine Information Center)

Tomorrow, Wednesday, April 25, 2007, at 1:30 p.m. there will be a hearing in the California State Assembly Committee on Education to vote on Assembly Bill 16 (AB 16). This bill was originally an HPV mandate but was unable to advance and has now been gutted and amended to remove HPV language and replace it with much more dangerous language. With only two days public notice, this bill was rammed through the Assembly Health Committee last week on a vote of 10 – 4.

AB 16 WOULD REMOVE THE POWER FROM THE CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE TO APPROVE NEW VACCINE MANDATES AND HAND IT OVER TO STATE PUBLIC HEALTH OFFICIALS. ALL NEW VACCINES RECOMMENDED BY THE CDC FOR CHILDREN WOULD BE AUTOMATICALLY MANDATED FIVE YEARS LATER. Citizens would not be able to speak through their elected representatives and stop a new vaccine mandate, such as HPV vaccine, or stop any other new vaccine recommended by the CDC from being mandated.

AB 16 REMOVES THE MEDICAL EXEMPTION, RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION AND PHILOSOPHICAL EXEMPTION TO VACCINATION AND REPLACES IT WITH A PARENTAL “BELIEF” EXEMPTION WHICH HAS NO CONSTITUTIONAL OR LEGAL DEFENSE IF IT IS ELIMINATED IN THE FUTURE. Removal of medical exemption implies there are no medical reasons to exempt and leaves doctors as enforcers of government policy without any moral or legal responsibility for preventing vaccine injuries and deaths. Removal of religious exemption ignores the validity of deeply held religious beliefs opposing vaccination and the right to religious freedom, which is protected under the First Amendment. Exemption for philosophical or conscientiously held beliefs also has more legal standing than undefined parental “beliefs.”


In a democracy, we elect men and women who will listen to our concerns and vote for laws which reflect the will of the majority of citizens. When our elected officials hand over power to unelected government officials, they usually do it so they can ignore the voice of the people and impose laws on citizens against their will.

Rick Rollens, co-founder of the MIND Institute at UC- Davis and father of a vaccine injured autistic son, will be testifying against AB 16 tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in Room 4202 of the State Capitol in Sacramento, CA.

California State Assembly Committee On Education Members Committee Jurisdiction: Primary jurisdictions are education generally, certificated employees of schools, school finance, and school facilities.

Excerpts from AB 16 Bill…
This bill would, in addition, on and after July 1, 2008 2009, prohibit the governing authority from unconditionally admitting or advancing any female pupil to the 7th grade level of any of those institutions unless the pupil has received the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.

Immunization of a person shall not be required for admission to a school or other institution listed in Section 120335 if the parent or guardian or adult who has assumed responsibility for his or her care and custody in the case of a minor, or the person seeking admission if an emancipated minor, files with the governing authority a letter or affidavit stating that any or all of the immunizations are contrary to his or her beliefs.

View the bill here in PDF format: AB 16 Bill California @ 6:11 am | Article ID: 1177603927

California Chiropractic College Seeks New President

By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

Southern California University of Health Sciences in Whittier, California is seeking a new college president after an announcement by Dr. Reed B. Phillips that he will be stepping down as the institution’s president. The California chiropractic college had been known as Los Angeles Chiropractic College (LACC) until only a few years ago when the school decided to add acupuncture to its curriculum and change the name of the institution to SCUHS.

Dr. Phillips has served as the president of the chiropractic college for the past 16 years. He will continue to serve as president of the school until a replacement is agreed upon. Dr. Phillips is a member of the Board of Directors for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges and was a signing member of the July 1996 ACC Chiropractic Paradigm, a position paper on the practice of chiropractic.

According to the ACC paper, Chiropractic is a health care discipline which emphasizes the inherent recuperative power of the body to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery. The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health. In addition, Doctors of Chiropractic recognize the value and responsibility of working in cooperation with other health care practitioners when in the best interest of the patient.

The new university president will report to the Board of Regents and will act as chief executive officer of the campus. The president will provide direction, leadership and purpose to the campus community and will be instrumental in operations geared towards the university’s mission, vision, values and goals.

Planet Chiropractic wishes Dr. Reed Phillips all the best in his future endeavors and thanks him for his many years of service as a leader in chiropractic. We hope the Chiropractic University will select someone with great leadership abilities that will work in continuing to advance the profession of chiropractic as a natural and drug-free approach to health and wellness.

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Read what former chiropractic students have to say about their chiropractic school experiences on our chiropractic schoolsreview pages. LACC Review Page @ 10:27 am | Article ID: 1177273696

My column on the Human Papilloma Virus vaccine

By Darrel Crain, D.C.

Editor’s commentary: In March of 2007 Dr. Darrel Crain had an article published in a biweekly column of a local San Diego newspaper regarding the Human Papilloma Virus vaccine. With the author’s permission, a copy of that article appeared on Planet Chiropractic later that month. Apparently, a local San Diego orthodontist was not happy with the contents of the article that appeared in the San Diego newspaper. The orthodontist suggested Dr. Crain be deleted from writing for the newspaper because he is too critical of medicine.

A response from Dr. Crain (which will unlikely be published in the Alpine Sun) can be viewed below.

(If you follow any of the links below it is suggested that you save the content for off-line viewing as source information may soon be deleted or moved.)


Dr. Cynthia Jackson (My Turn, The Alpine Sun, April 5, 2007) writes that information in my column on the Human Papilloma Virus vaccine (Good Health Naturally, The Alpine Sun, March 1, 2007) is “biased,” “irresponsible” and “misleading.” I get the distinct impression she doesn’t agree with my views on this topic.

Nevertheless, I stand by the accuracy and fairness of my remarks. I offer the following information and sources in response to her charges.

I defer to the American Cancer Society for an assessment of the risk of cervical cancer: “Cervix cancer is rare in this country today because most women get Pap tests that find it early or before it starts. Almost all women who have had sex will have HPV at some time, but very few women will get cervix cancer… Most people will never know they have HPV. The infection usually doesn’t last very long because your body is able to fight the infection. If the HPV doesn’t go away, the virus may cause cervix cells to change and become precancer cells. Precancer cells are not cancer. Most cells with early precancer changes return to normal on their own.”

It bears repeating that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises the public that the only risk of cervical cancer is not getting a regular Pap smear.

Dr. Jackson insinuates that I made up the story linking higher education and financial status to lower vaccine compliance. I refer her to the February 2007 issue of the American Journal of Public Health for the large study published there entitled, “Children’s Immunization Status Worsens as Mothers’ Income, Education Rise.”

Dr. Jackson tells us that the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is a biased and therefore unreliable source for information about the alarming rate of adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine compared to reactions to other vaccines. This is apparently because NVIC was founded by parents of vaccine-damaged children.

Established in 1985, NVIC reports on data collected by the federal Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. News services around the world publish information and analysis prepared by NVIC. The credentials of its founder and director, Barbara Loe Fisher, include serving on the National Vaccine Advisory Committee, being appointed to the Institute of Medicine Vaccine Safety Forum and serving as the consumer voting member on the FDA Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee from 1999-2003.

Dr. Jackson reminds us that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, yet she makes the unsupported claim that condoms provide no protection against HPV transmission. The only research I am aware of that has asked this question was published in the June 2006 New England Journal of Medicine. The authors of the study concluded that condoms prevent transmission of HPV an impressive 70 percent of the time.

Dr. Jackson seems to feel I am judging our medical system too harshly. Let’s see, we have the second worst infant mortality rate in the developed world. Our kids are more vaccinated and medicated that any children on the planet, yet diabetes, asthma, autism, food allergies and autoimmune diseases are getting worse every year. This is not a medical system with a “good track record,” in my view this is a medical system that has fallen over on the track and needs resuscitation.

According to my research, the experimental HPV vaccine has never prevented a single case of cervical cancer and we have to wait about thirty years before any data will be available to support the claim that it can even do so. In the end though, people do not make decisions based on verifiable facts, rather they decide based on their feelings and beliefs.

Which brings us to one thing Dr. Jackson and I do agree on, parents must have the right to exempt their child from vaccination based on personal beliefs and values.

Sources and Links
CNN: U.S. has second worst newborn death rate in modern world, report says
American Cancer Society: American Cancer Society Guideline for the Early Detection of Cervical Neoplasia and Cancer
National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC): National Vaccine Information Center
Holistic Pediatric Association: — Vaccinations: A Parent’s Right to Choose

Dr. Darrel Crain practices chiropractic in San Diego, California. @ 7:22 pm | Article ID: 1176787365

Planting Seeds of Chiropractic Healing

by Dr. Robert J. Moore, Chiropractor

This article is commentary based on an article originally authored by Kim Painter which recently appeared in USA Today: Plant seeds of healing: Nature ‘makes you feel better’

In a 2005 Portland study, cardiac rehabilitation patients who visited a garden and worked with plants left with a lower heart rate and a better mood than those who attended a standard patient education class. Some other studies showed that patients feel a pleasant sense of escape and control when they are allowed to wander in gardens.

The studies suggest that there is a healing power in flowers, trees, fresh air and fragrant soil. Some studies reportdly found that strolling through a garden or, for that matter, seeing one out your window, can lower blood pressure, reduce stress and ease pain. It was shown that to simply get out there and start digging will multiply the benefits.

“It’s so basic,” says Joy Harrison, past executive director of the American Horticultural Therapy Association. “You go out and putter in the backyard, and it makes you feel better.”

From a chiropractic standpoint the studies are missing a key factor: spinal movement. When the spine moves in a balanced and relaxed manner many things happen that calms the body’s natural stress response. Add to this the relaxing mindset of God’s green earth and you have the mind-body connection.

Positive motion nerve impulses from the spine go to various parts of your brain. This lowers your blood pressure, heart rate, breathing rate, blood glucose, muscle spasms, anxiety and several other natural stress responses. This positive nerve supply allows you to think clearly, learn better, have a better outlook on life, heal faster and enjoy yourself.

It is funny how we keep looking outside ourselves for a cure for something that is inside. Maybe, if we focused on who we are and what we are capable of then we could be the healthy garden that other people see. @ 5:59 pm | Article ID: 1176782365

Burlington chiropractic and other offices for sale

I was checking chiropractic classified ads that were posted for the first couple of weeks of April on planet chiropractic and noticed there were three new chiropractic practice for sale listings in the US.

A Knoxville chiropractic office in Tennessee was posted on April 6. Some of the information posted to the ad includes the following… Established practice in Knoxville, TN for sale. 4 year P.I., Cash and Private Insurance practice located in the “Marble City” , surrounded by seven lakes and voted one of the top areas to reside in the United States! All clinic equipment to remain. You can view the ad by clicking on the classified ad number: 18561

A South Dakota chiropractic office was posted for sale on April 9. Some of the information posted to the ad includes the following… Central Region in South Dakota NEW LISTING! 30+ years old, under current ownership since 1999. Family practice located in a city on a high-traffic thoroughfare. Very high collections percentage and low overhead. Only open 31 hours a week to see patients. Fully equipped for a turn-key operation. You can view the ad by clicking on the classified ad number: 18572

The Chiropractic Burlington Vermont classified ad was posted on April 12. Some of the information posted to the ad includes the following… Great opportunity for a new doctor in a recently updated downtown Burlington, Vermont location. Burlington, Vermont has been voted one of the best cities in the US for raising a family. This wellness-based practice was established in 2000 and has a very loyal patient base. You can view the ad by clicking on the classified ad number: 18588

It’s great to see offices mentioning their locations when posting these classified ads. In the past I’ve seen too many ads posted that said something like “great chiropractic practice for sale” or the usual “practice for sale.” Mentioning the city and also the state get help significantly since many web users are searching (sometimes from other web sites) rather than browsing the chiropractic classified ads database.

Follow link to view all of the ads posted to the: chiropractic classifieds practices for sale in the USA. New posts for April were also made to the Los Angeles category, Texas category, Arizona category, and the New York category. Interested parties can view all of those listings here.

Article posted by Los Angeles chiropractor, Dr. Michael Dorausch.

Eatontown Chiropractic Conference April 2007

When I posted information about chiropractic seminars and events for April I forgot to mention the New Beginnings Chiropractic Philosophy Weekend in Eatontown New Jersey.

New Beginnings goes from April 26 to April 29 and it will be at the Sheraton Hotel and conference Center in Eatontown, New Jersey. For reservations and hotel information you can call the conference center at 1-732-542-6500 and ask for the special New Beginnings rate. To register or get more information for this chiropractic weekend philosophy event you can call 732-747-4646.

New Beginnings is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and perpetuating philosophically based principled Chiropractic without compromise, innately serving mankind, while enhancing the quality of life today, creating a healthier more perfect world.

Some speakers for the weekend include: Chiropractors Thom Gelardi, Tedd Koren, Pasquale Cerasoli, Jim Dubel, Jim Sigafoose, Dean DePice, Jay Handt, Kevin Donka, Eric Plasker, Robert Tarantino, Tony DeMarco, and Bill Henry.

Dstacked firewoodr. Jay Handt will be hosting a firewalk on Saturday night. This is always quite a spectacular event. Here is what some have had to say about previous new beginnings fire walks…

“The fire is light – it is high frequency. Connecting with the fire in such a sacred way allows one to connect with that part of oneself that is the “higher frequency” and re-mind us that all things are possible.” Dance with the fire – dance with your light. — Louis Corleto

The Firewalk: “A metaphor of life in a measured experience. The walk is done to show that actions speak louder than words… you walk on fire, a potential harm, knowing that if you are ego less or ‘in the zone’ no harm can come to you. You are a powerful, impenetrable human led to greatness by a omnipotent inner being. You may, nay you will, achieve anything once you get yourself out of the way.”

Walking on fire is a chance to do that which you would not ordinarily do. A chance to breakout of the cell of fear which traps many of us from reaching our potential. With the empowering decision to do the impossible, it symbolizes that beyond your comfort zone are accomplishments that you can do. Why not? You walked on fire. — Bob Tarantino

As for my CA’s response, the firewalk means: It means overcoming personal challenges and setting goals for the upcoming year. A way to bond with people you know and people you just met.

What the firewalk means to me: A life changing event that allows you to experience what it feels like to make the impossible possible. An adrenalin rush that stays with you that provides a spiritual anchor you can always count on. — Dr. Andrew A. De Saro

Some previous planet chiropractic articles related to fire walks at New Beginnings…
Firewalking in New Jersey – Again!
To Walk On Fire

New Beginnings meets in January, April, and September. Get more information on their web site at:

Getting What You Want Out of Life

By Sharon Gorman, D.C.

Monday Morning Message


One of the keys to getting what you want out of life is effective planning. I have a monthly calendar I work off of. I know, low tech. Well it helps if I can see it all in front of me at the same time. I buy the kind that school teachers use. I can see the whole month AT-A-Glance. The busier my life gets the more time I spend in front of my book making sure that I want to do all the things that I have written down. I look at what I can delegate and I make sure that there is enough down time worked in so that I don’t feel deprived or neglected. My life doesn’t work real good when I feel like I am a martyr. It is like that old saying “When momma is not happy then nobody is happy.” I have tons of white out on the pages too. I occasionally use highlighters here and there and this month some of my office events are circled in red x-ray pencil. I told you I’m high tech. The point is – that it works. I can have it all. I can’t have it all at the same time but I can set it up any way I want and feel good knowing that I have choices that I can make and have made them in such a way that I am in the midst of living the perfect life – for me.

Some of the things that I have in my calendar each and every month are as follows. Maybe I can give you some ideas. Every week I have scheduled at least one date with my husband. Most weeks I include a night out with another couple. Most of the time this is local friends and sometimes I am challenged by hanging out with regular earthlings but it is important to have a social life as a couple. Don’t worry, I don’t forget the kids. Most of the weekend is devoted to them and their activities. I usually have got 1 or 2 chiropractic weekends each month in my schedule. It is important to me to be around other Chiropractors and to have the opportunity to teach, serve and also to learn from others.

Now as far as my office, each week I do a Doctors Report. I used to call it a new patient Orientation. Doesn’t matter much what you call it, it just matters that I do it. Helps the practice a lot but I do it because I feel like I have a moral obligation to tell the story. Two times a month I do a referral dinner. I plan these out months ahead. I get most of my new patients from these dinners and I got the idea from my friend John Madeira who sells a CD set on them and I highly recommend them. It works for me. These events are worked into my schedule so I don’t have to sit and think about them every month. Each month I do 1 advanced lecture. I always have a blast with these and they have developed their own following inside my practice. If you want to have patients stick around for a life time you need to cater to those who choose to. I have an Open House Party each month. There is always a reason for a party, the patients look forward to the parties and they bring friends. Last month we had corn beef hoagies and one of my patients played the bagpipes.. Pizza is always a big hit too. Every month I host a Philosophy Night as most of you know. My whole staff comes and is involved and I get to have a chiropractic party in my own back yard. Lets see, I have two staff meetings a month. This time of year we do a few screenings a month too. Again, all this happens each month without me having to decide what I am going to do to build my practice. All of this work is not done by me alone – I have the most awesome Chiropractic Team on the planet.

On a personal note, I work out with a personal trainer three hours a week. I also pray and meditate several times a day. Some days God and I actually talk all day and on a good day I shut up and listen and live God’s will for me.

Remember what they say, if you want something done then give it to a busy person. I love having a full calendar. It makes me feel alive and like I am in the game. Helps prevent me from being bored. Nothing feels better than serving others and I can keep doing that for a real long time if I keep my calendar straight and make sure I put God and my family first and stay in gratefulness. — Sharon

Focus Philosophy Night
April 14th, 2007 7:00pm
Join us for dinner at the hotel at 6:00pm
Anita Morganstern & Michael O’Halleran
Howard Johnson Hotel — Route 611 Bartonsville, PA (exit 302 off I-80)

New Jersey Las Vegas Atlanta Chiropractic Events

New Jersey
New Jersey’s Garden State Chiropractic Society is holding their annual convention on Saturday, April 14, 2007 at the Marriott in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

Topics include: Chiropractic Principles for the 21st Century, Understanding the Inborn Striving Toward Health in Light of Modern Healthcare Practices, Chiropractic Principles in Modern Practice, Optimizing Patient Care through the use of Chiropractic Principles and Philosophy.

General Information
Dates: April 14, 2007
Days of Week: Saturday
Target Audience: Chiropractors, Staff, Students
Continuing Education: Yes (12 hours)
Time: 8am – 10 pm
General Info Phone: 732-583-0600
Location: Marriott – Mt. Laurel, NJ
Registration Information
Price: $199 – $249
Registration Phone: 732-583-0600

Planet Chiropractic event information is available here: GSCS Annual Convention

Las Vegas, Nevada
Schofield Chiropractic Training will be in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, April 21, 2007.

We understand that every practice is unique and has different elements. In order for you to benefit you must be constantly searching for ideas, knowledge, and information to apply to your practice, that is presented in this training. Make this the most exciting, inspirational training by participating 100 percent.

General Information
Dates: April 21, 2007
Days of Week: Saturday
Target Audience: Chiropractors, Staff
Time: Sat. 9:00am – 4:30pm
General Info Phone: 800-554-3260
Location: The Westin Casuarina Las Vegas Hotel, Casino & Spa
Registration Phone: 800-554-3260

Planet Chiropractic event information is available here: Schofield Chiropractic Training 2007 – Las Vegas, Nevada

Atlanta, Georgia

LifeSource Chiropractic Seminars will be held on Friday, April 20 through Sunday, April 22, 2007. Event is that the Crowne Plaza Perimeter NW-Atlanta, GA and you can make reservations by calling 770-790-1700.

Seminar registration is available online at or call 800-543-3478

Some of the doctors of chiropractic expected to speak include: Joe Lupo, Tammi Hartman, Randy O’Dell, Tom Klapp, Guy Riekeman, John Hofmann, Sharon Gorman, Patty Ribley, Dean DePice, Rebecca Ray, Chuck Ribley, John Madeira, Jim Dubel, Jay Handt, David Koch, Steve Franson, Adam Cantor, Jim Gregg, Pat Gentempo, Stu Katzen, Jennifer Finn, Jason Helfrich, Drew Rubin, and Peter Lawrence.

LifeSource has not posted any information to the Planet Chiropractic Events database. Registration and posting of chiropractic seminars and event information (including continuing education) is free. Visit the web site for more details.