The League of Chiropractic Women will be hosting a conference in New York City on September 27 and 28th. The event is taking place at the New Yorker Hotel located on 8th Avenue & 34th Street. The conference includes several female chiropractic superstars and it is sure to be pure and powerful. Check out details for the League of Chiropractic Women conference on the chiropractic seminars page and visit the website for more information. The following info is provided by the LCW.
What chiropractic schools are in Los Angeles? That is a question patients in my office frequently ask. They also want to know where I went to chiropractic school, how much it costs, and how long will it take to graduate. For those that are truly interested, I share as much information as I can to help them find a chiropractic school that is right for them. There are numerous factors to consider when choosing a chiropractic school, I’ve covered that in several previous posts, and I will share several links below. First I want to address the question of Los Angeles and chiropractic schools, let’s begin with a bit of local chiropractic history.
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.
Fresh off the thunderous DCS chiropractic event in Orange County this past weekend, is news of two grassroots chiropractor meet ups, one in California and the other in Pennsylvania. The California Chiropractors on the Road to Excellence (CORE) is hosting an event on February 24, and FOCUS Chiropractic Philosophy is hosting its winter weekend on March 12th.
There is growing value and acceptance for conservative approaches to health care. Given chiropractic’s conservative, vitalistic and patient-centered approach, chiropractors are well positioned to assist patients in improving their spinal health and overall well-being. Unfortunately, too many people are not aware of what chiropractic can do to improve their health. At least some of the public’s poor understanding of chiropractic stems from the lack of a clear identity for the profession and description of what chiropractors do.
It is with great pleasure that the University of Bridgeport Division of Heath Sciences announces the following recent academic appointments within the College of Chiropractic
The League of Chiropractic Women (LCW) inaugural event is taking place on July 27-28, 2012 in Atlanta, GA at the Atlanta Marriott. The LCW is a voice for all women in chiropractic — DCs, CAs, spouses, students, administrators, teachers and more. The focus is to empower women in chiropractic, and to develop leaders in the profession.
The Octagon, a think-tank and policy oriented center at Life University, Marietta, Georgia will host its fourth annual conference entitled “Reimagining Health Care: Making Health the Goal” April 12-14, 2012. This year’s conference will focus on health care reform and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) according to the Director of the Octagon, Gerard W. Clum, D.C.
I received word via text message about an hour ago that legendary chiropractor Reggie Gold has passed away. Reggie was undoubtedly one of the most influential chiropractors to ever walk the planet. He will be greatly missed.
Remember me? I know, it’s been a while — I’ve been going through so many personal changes and I’ve been wanting to start writing to you again so here I am. The last time I wrote Monday Morning Messages consistently I was going through a rapid growth period of my life and now I am at the beginning of a new journey.