By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
October 2010 was kicked off with the one and only New Beginnings Chiropractic Philosophy Seminar, taking place in Long Branch, New Jersey. The five-day chiropractic philosophy weekend began on Wednesday and concluded on Sunday, October 3. Chiropractors from the East Coast, from the West Coast, from the South, from the Midwest, from Canada, and from other parts of the globe, were in attendance for the passion filled event. There have long been large crowds at chiropractors at the New Beginnings conferences, but this particular weekend was over the top. Standing room only was the name of the game for most of the sessions throughout the weekend.
Standing Room Only at New Beginnings Chiropractic Philosophy Weekend
The crowd was loaded with energy and it was a nonstop chiropractic lovefest. There was cheering, there was yelling, there were people standing on top of their seats. Like a high energy rock festival, it seemed like those in attendance never tired out. The speaking lineup was phenomenal, with old-timers and newcomers sharing the same stage in spreading the word of chiropracTIC.
Sharon Gorman wows them at New Beginnings Chiropractic Philosophy Weekend
Never short on energy, chiropractor Sharon Gorman (now practicing in Roswell, Georgia) wowed the crowd with her talk on chiropractic philosophy and the importance of educating the world as to what chiropractors do. Sharon has long been an advocate of educating others and she expressed the benefits in conducting new patient orientations. She is a master communicator of chiropractic.
Chiropractors Sam Selimo, Jim Dubel, Rob Crystal, and Kevin Jackson
New Beginnings pulled out all the stops for speakers with a fabulous luncheon that included an awards ceremony. Never shy on giftgiving, the New Beginnings team honored speakers and volunteers with gifts of appreciation.
New Beginnings Student Fund Helps Support Students
At the luncheon we were reminded of the importance of paying it forward by supporting chiropractic students so they can New Beginnings events. For more information about the Student Fund or New Beginnings you can call 732-747-4646.
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