On Sunday, the front page of the business section of the Los Angeles Times featured an article about a Medical Doctor looking for a career makeover. The headline read: “Career Make-Over – He Wants to Hang Up Stethoscope”. The article talks about an individual who for the past 20 years has been practicing as an emergency-room physician and internist.
Parker College of Chiropractic will host its first annual Parker Gala on Friday, Jan. 16, 2009 during the Las Vegas Parker Seminar from 7:30 to 11 pm in the Las Vegas Hilton Barron Ballroom. Proceeds will benefit chiropractic research and the advancement of the profession. All seminar attendees, industry professionals, former speakers, presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors are invited to attend this special evening to support the profession and network with leaders in chiropractic.
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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.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) in Washington, D.C., announced in June that the Palmer College of Chiropractic outpatient clinics in Port Orange and South Daytona, Florida, have received Recognition from the Back Pain Recognition Program (BPRP) for providing superior care to clinic patients suffering from low back pain. The two Palmer Chiropractic Clinics are affiliated with the college’s Florida Campus in Port Orange, Florida.
As part of the clinical training program at the University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic (UBCC) students are required to perform clinic services at one of two facilities operated by Optimus Healthcare. Optimus is an organization dedicated to improving access to affordable, accessible and quality primary, preventive, oral, and behavioral healthcare services for the uninsured, underserved and medically indigent population of the Greater Bridgeport community.
COCSA formalized the partnership by launching a nationwide program, Healing Hands 4 Heroes, and by becoming the first health care profession to sign an Army Community Covenant. With a registration code from the local State Chiropractic Association, chiropractors can register free of charge for any of the three courses: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Issues of Women Returning from Combat.
No slowdown so far for the month of May when it comes to the posting of chiropractic classifieds. Chiropractors posting equipment for sale may have noticed e-mail addresses being removed from content. It’s been long suggested that anyone placing classifieds not use e-mail addresses in the body of content, as it increases spam and potential for fraud. For website links and e-mail contacts, use the forms provided when placing ads. All ads can include a photograph, link to a website, and e-mail contact via form.
Entering the end of April with advertisings posted to the chiropractic classifieds section of Planet Chiropractic. There’s an Activator IV EZ Grip, a Dynatron Solaris, Gonstead Equipment, and more. There’s also practices for sale in San Jose, Kansas, Ireland and other US/International locations.