The CCA Los Angeles Southwest Chiropractic District is hosting a four course dinner with expert personal injury attorney, Shawn Steel, in Redondo Beach California on May 19, 2010 beginning at 7 PM. The event is taking place at Buca Di Beppo on Pacific Coast Highway and it’s sure to be a good time for all who attend.
White lightning flashed across the sky as the 2010 Dead Chiropractic Society (DCS) California Jam shaked the foundations of the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa California on March 12, 13th, and 14th. The continuing chiropractic education event was loaded full barrel with spizzerinctum. Chiropractors from across the globe, with the majority coming from the state of California, and a healthy number traveling from throughout the United States, dipped themselves in chiropractic philosophy and fellowship, while many renewed continuing education requirements for 2010 relicensing.
I don’t think I know a single chiropractor that doesn’t like free continuing education, and I believe it’s available in many states throughout the country. In nearly every state of the US I believe chiropractors are required to complete continuing education (CE) hours on a regular basis. In some states educational requirements are done yearly, and in other states educational requirements are taken care of biannually. Chiropractic continuing education hours are typically 12 to 20 hours per year, depending on the state educational hours are being applied for. I like going for continuing education each year, not only for learning new information, but for getting together with other chiropractors and finding out what they’ve been up to the past year or so.
In the more than 20 years I’ve lived in Los Angeles no visiting friend or relative has reported disappointment in driving excursions I’ve taken them on in the Southland. Nearly all of those impromptu tours have involved destinations such as Hollywood, Malibu and Santa Monica, and areas in and adjacent to Beverly Hills. As I navigate the traffic clogged streets of LA, driving past a former residence of a Hollywood movie star usually satisfies their interests, and I’m happy to oblige. While there is a desire to see more of places like Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, or maybe even Sunset Boulevard, I like to make a special stop in the rare occasion the person visiting has a background in chiropractic. What may appear like a noncelebrity stop on the edges of Koreatown is in actuality a historical chiropractic location.
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. While I was preparing to leave for the office this afternoon I received a phone call…
Continuing education for the chiropractic industry has some new locations coming this fall, thanks to expanding programs from the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, in cities like Philadelphia, Minneapolis and Toronto. Planet Chiropractic received notification from the ICPA regarding their practitioner certification program, with news that the program is expanding to new cities in the United States and Canada beginning this fall 2009.
One of the finest chiropractors serving West Los Angeles and surrounding areas is celebrating 10 years at his Innate Chiropractic clinic. Dr. Luke S. Cohen, of Innate Chiropractic, Inc. is still as excited to be a chiropractor in 2009, as he was when graduating a Doctor of Chiropractic program in 1998.
The alumni association a Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, California (CCCLA) has announced a new Board of Directors. The CCCLA alumni Association has also added a Facebook page for chiropractic school alumni to keep in touch regarding postgraduate activities, homecoming events, and chiropractic related discussions.
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. While working for planetchiropractic.com I’ve taken thousands of photographs of chiropractors across the planet. Some chiropractors…
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. This post gets filed in seminars and events. I received a mailing from my former x-ray…