Chiropractic patient education and motivational events are coming to Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, and Vancouver, Canada during the months of June and July, 2008. The inspiring and motivational presentations featuring world renowned speaker and chiropractor, Dr. Guy Riekeman, titled Make Your Life Extraordinary!, focus on helping people achieve the life of their dreams and learn more about the benefits of chiropractic care. The events are ideal for doctors of all chiropractic schools, as well as their families, friends and patients.
Riekeman became the Palmers eighth president in the fall of 1998 after the death of then-president Virgil Strang shortly before his retirement. A motivational speaker and creator of several professional development seminar programs, Riekeman is a 1972 graduate of Palmer. He had been an X-ray instructor, dean of philosophy and vice president of Sherman Chiropractic College in Spartanburg, S.C.
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Life University (LIFE) continues to carry the torch for functional neurology and exploring the relationship between the spine, the nervous system and healthy body function. LIFE University established the Functional Neurology Center (FNC) more than nineteen months ago to conduct research and offer chiropractic functional neurology clinical services to the public. With major figures in professional sports, entertainment and from other walks of life visibly benefiting from this natural approach to health and healing. Life University will vigorously work to continue to develop its Functional Neurology Center with several new initiatives announced by University President Dr. Guy Riekeman this morning.
Drs. Guy Riekeman, Joe Mercola, Dan Murphy, Don Epstein, James Sigafoose, Claudia Anrig, Billy DeMoss, Bill Esteb, Patrick Gentempo, Matt Hubbard, Dave Jackson, Eric Plasker, Bruce Lipton, Gerry Clum, Corey Rodnick, Brian Kelly, Martha Nessler, Barry Rushton, Janice Hughes, Liam Schubel, Fred Schofield, Frank Sovinsky, Jason Deitch, John Hoffman, as well as, New York Times best-selling author and documentary filmmaker of “The Drugging of our Children”, Dr. Gary Null, and author of the award-winning book, “Confessions of an Rx Drug Pusher”, Gwen Olsen, NFL Star, Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Spokesperson, Jerry Rice and many other great presenters will speak at ‘The WAVE’. With over 30 presentations from today’s Who’s Who in Chiropractic, the event offers three tracks including a full-day chiropractic assistant program on Friday, and a day-long series of short, bold presentations on Saturday.
Life University (LIFE) continues to carry the torch for the profession, announcing a nationwide, nine-city tour designed to help the profession help itself. LIFE in Your City is a three day event in each city, and provides elements that will help DCs earn continuing education, allow their patients to hear the chiropractic message from Life University president Dr. Guy Riekeman, and take part in attracting the next generation of chiropractors.
Lyceum 2010 at life University in Marietta Georgia takes place April 8th through 10th and there is limited space available. Come to Lyceum and power up with life University. Featured speakers include Guy Riekeman, Will Bowen, James Chestnut, JC Doornick, Kevin Donka, Julie Peterson, and Arno Burnier.
A few weeks ago I began compiling a list of the top 100 chiropractors in the world. My intention when creating the list was to find out which doctors of chiropractic had been the most influential to doctors in practice today. In other words, who were (or are) the biggest movers and shakers in the chiropractic profession. The names that came back were mostly what I expected. Chiropractic leaders such as BJ Palmer, DD Palmer, Reggie Gold, Sid Williams, James Sigafoose, Sylvia Ashworth, Carl Cleveland, Ian Grassam, Tom Gelardi, Joe Flesia and Guy Riekeman have been suggested several times and the list continues to grow. It appears now though that we will be creating more than one list as a result of an experience I had this past weekend.