Parker College Provides Chiropractic Care during South American Games

Seven Parker College student interns from the student abroad program in Colombia and their faculty chiropractor joined the Olympic health care staff in the 2010 South American Games by providing chiropractic care for the country of Colombia where they made history by becoming the champion of the games for the first time. The games which took place in March were held in Medellin, Colombia including 15 competing countries for two weeks in 42 sports.

First Ever Network Seminar in South America

On August 22-23 2009 Dr. Donald Epstein presented his newly revised Basic Care Intensive Seminar for Network Spinal Analysis for the first time ever in South America to a very receptive group of Chiropractors in Lima, Peru. Dr Epstein has completely revised his basic seminar in NSA to incorporate his recently published revolutionary model of health, Reorganizational Healing (ROH)1. In attendance were DCs from Brazil, Canada, South Africa, Switzerland and the United States.

Palmer Has Strong Presence at Recent Chiropractic Symposium

Palmer Has Strong Presence at Recent FICS Symposium, WFC Congress — In addition to its role as one of the primary sponsors, Palmer College had a strong presence and active participation in the 2009 FICS (International Federation of Sports Chiropractic) Symposium, held April 29, in conjunction with the World Federation of Chiropractic’s (WFC) 10th Biennial Congress April 30 – May 2, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Chiropractic Health Care Continues to Expand Globally

It was September of 1895 when Daniel David Palmer, founder of chiropractic, made the first spinal adjustment. Before that time there were no chiropractors in the United States, or anywhere else in the world. D.D. Palmer introduced the world to what he called “Chiropractic,” a new natural health care system intended to get sick people well and keep the well from getting sick.