You know it’s summer when local parents all bring their kids in on the same morning for a chiropractic adjustment. While kids are out of school and excited to have some summer fun, chiropractors will be having summer fun of their own, and hopefully including their families on a few chiropractic centered vacations. I have put together a list of summer chiropractic seminars and events that should not be missed. Choose one, or several, and get reconnected with your colleagues.
What chiropractic schools are in Los Angeles? That is a question patients in my office frequently ask. They also want to know where I went to chiropractic school, how much it costs, and how long will it take to graduate. For those that are truly interested, I share as much information as I can to help them find a chiropractic school that is right for them. There are numerous factors to consider when choosing a chiropractic school, I’ve covered that in several previous posts, and I will share several links below. First I want to address the question of Los Angeles and chiropractic schools, let’s begin with a bit of local chiropractic history.
By Michael Dorausch, D.C. As I typically do when attending chiropractic conferences, I shot plenty of photography during the 2013…
The 2013 CCA Annual Convention & Exposition took place this past weekend in San Diego, California. It was another successful chiropractic event held on the West Coast. The conference attracted a worldwide chiropractic audience for three days of fellowship and continuing education. Chiropractors are shaking things up in the state of California and CCA wants you to join the evolution.
On May 23, 2013, the investiture of chiropractor Edwin Cordero took place on the campus of Sherman College of Chiropractic, during the 40 year anniversary of Sherman Chiropractic Lyceum. The event was held under the big tent on the grounds of the Sherman campus, with chiropractors traveling from as far as Japan and Argentina, to be in attendance.
A study focusing on the cultural competency of chiropractic students was published in the Fall 2012 issue of The Journal of Chiropractic Education, a peer reviewed journal that is indexed in PubMed. The article titled “A Retrospective Analysis of the Cultural Competence of Chiropractic Students in a Public Health Course,” was written by Life West faculty members, Kim Khauv, D.C., M.P.H and Joel Alcantara, D.C.
The Chiropractic Health Care (CHC) Section of the American Public Health Association (APHA) honored Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West Campus President William Meeker, D.C., M.P.H., for more than 20 years of “outstanding service and leadership” to the CHC by presenting him with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition, held Oct. 27-31 in San Francisco, California.
Hayward, California — The Life Chiropractic College Board of Regents set a target in late 2011 to raise $1.5 million…
Hayward, California — On Friday, August 3, Dr. Joseph E. Awender II from Redwood City, was honored as 2012 Alumnus…
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.