An e-mail from one of my favorite chiropractors practicing in Pennsylvania provided a reminder that chiropractors can’t focus enough on building relationships with one another and developing interprofessional fellowship activities and events. Chiropractors from Pennsylvania, Michigan, Florida, New York, New Jersey, and most recently California, often times host meetups and other related gatherings, so that chiropractors can get together and discuss the things they have in common.
Chiropractic philosophy events are nothing new in the Pennsylvania area and Dr. Sharon Gorman wants to make sure chiropractors are getting a chance to fellowship regularly. There was an email in my inbox today regarding an event coming up next week, and while I cannot attend, it motivated me to dig into some Sharon Gorman articles and messages from the past.
This past Saturday night I was eating dinner before our Philosophy Night with several Chiropractors and with a long term friend Dr. Ginger Grancagnolo. Dr. Ginger is a long time advocate of chiropractic besides being a very talented seminar leader, author and therapist.
From Yahoo news comes two articles today related to the continuing discussion of medical error. The first, titled “Americans’ Healthcare…
West Los Angeles local doctor of chiropractic offices receive some television attention thanks to Planet Chiropractic and the growing use of TV content creators using the internet to research topics and make contacts.
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. This is incredibly exciting. I am thrilled to announce the 2019 Planet Chiropractic Chiropractor of the Year…
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. I am absolutely delighted to announce the 2019 Communicating Chiropractic Award goes to Dr. Tanya Reynolds of Los…
Four US chiropractic colleges have sent me news updates for October and November. Sherman College of Chiropractic recently updated a transfer agreement to simplify student admission into the doctor of chiropractic program at Sherman College. Parker University recently appointed Dr. Tim Gross as its vice president of the college of chiropractic. Life University hosted the fifth annual Octagon Conference on the campus in Marietta, Georgia. And the Vice chancellor for research and health policy for Palmer College of Chiropractic has been appointed to the American Medical Association (AMA) convened Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement (PCPI) Measure Advisory Committee (MAC).
I received an e-mail this morning from a chiropractor that recently graduated chiropractic school and they wanted to know how to post an announcement that they were available for hire. While hundreds of chiropractors and chiropractic associates have posted “chiropractors available” and “chiropractors wanted” to the classifieds, it had not occurred to me that not everyone may know how to go about doing so. This post is intended to help new chiropractors (and those seeking employment) post announcements for chiropractic jobs wanted.
I mentioned earlier this summer that there’s a bunch of chiropractic events and seminars taking place in August and September for 2013. The Life West Wave takes place this weekend in San Francisco California, Schofield Chiropractic Training is taking place in Phoenix on Friday and Saturday, and Dynamic Essentials is taking place in Atlanta. I received information from Parker Seminars and from Dynamic Essentials and wanted to share that here.