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Parker University played host to the 2011 Talk the TIC Finals on July 6, 2011. Talk the TIC is a worldwide annual chiropractic health talk competition between chiropractic students effectively delivering a chiropractic message to others. The purpose is to refine the skill of communicating the principle, science, and knowledge of chiropractic in order to share it with the public. It allows students to practice overcoming their fear of public speaking as well as perfect their explanation of what chiropractic is and what the benefits of chiropractic care are to a lay audience.
The Executive Board for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges announced its newly elected officers on Thursday, March 17, 2011, at the Association of Chiropractic Colleges/Research Agenda Conference (ACC/RAC) held in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Board, which consists of the presidents (or designees) of each chiropractic program in the U.S., Canada and New Zealand, elected incoming President Richard Brassard (Texas Chiropractic College), Vice President Mark Zeigler (Northwestern University of Health Sciences) and Dr. Brian McAulay, Life University Executive Vice President and Provost, as Secretary-Treasurer. The outgoing president is Frank Nicchi (New York Chiropractic College). McAulay will serve a two-year term, as will the other appointees, and will likely succeed Ziegler as vice president and then president, according to ACC custom.
Located in the far southwest of the United States state of California, is San Diego County. The area borders with Mexico and its population is about the sixth largest in the US. An estimated 3 million people reside within San Diego’s borders and there’s many chiropractors on hand to serve the population. San Diego County features four major interstates (Interstate 5, Interstate 8, Interstate 15, and interstate 805) which allow commuters to travel both North and South as well as East and West (along Interstate 8).
Whether you are seeking Chiropractic Supplies and Equipment for Sale (like a US Chiropractic Table with Thompson Drops) or Job Opportunities (like an Associate position in AZ) and Practices for Sale, this post is a weekly round up of the most recent advertisements placed in the Classifieds section on Planet Chiropractic. Featured are selected ads that were placed for the week of February 10, 2008.
The International Chiropractic Pediatric Association (ICPA) is on a continued growth spurt and may soon become the largest organization representing chiropractors worldwide. While membership numbers in some US based national chiropractic associations have been dipping downward, membership in the ICPA has been continuing to grow, putting the Pennsylvania based international organization on track to become the largest professional organization to represent chiropractors and chiropractic students worldwide.
William Meeker, D.C., M.P.H., long-time Palmer administrator, researcher and faculty member, has been named president of Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West Campus in San Jose, California, effective January 3, 2007.
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.
The following has been provided by Dr. Gerry Clum and is a report from the recently concluded World Federation of…