Whiners and Wienies – Dr. Rick Wren

We just got back from a wonderful Parker Seminar in Dallas. It was high energy and enthusiastic. It started out on Thursday with Nationally known Ed Foreman. He discussed, “Life is for Loving, Laughing, and Living not for Whining and Worrying.” Then we closed out Saturday evening with Philip McGraw Ph.D.., who is known from is many appearances on “Oprah.” He discussed “Winners Vs. Losers.”

Study: Low Back Pain Military Patients Receiving Chiropractic Care

Patients with acute low back pain receiving a combination of chiropractic manipulative therapy and standard medical care experienced a statistically and clinically significant reduction in their back pain and improved physical functioning when compared to those receiving standard medical care alone, reports an article in the April 15 issue of Spine.

Parker Seminars Las Vegas Hosts Largest Event in Chiropractic

Each year DCs and CAs from around the globe travel to Las Vegas, Nevada, for the largest chiropractic seminar in the world-Parker Seminars Las Vegas. This past week, more than 5,300 Parker Seminar attendees flocked to the fresh and exciting line-up of courses designed to improve chiropractors, chiropractic assistants, and chiropractic students.

Parker Seminars Las Vegas January 2012

Parker Seminars is taking place in Las Vegas on January 19-21, 2012. The three day chiropractic extravaganza will be held at the Las Vegas Hilton Hotel and Casino, located just off the world-famous Las Vegas Strip and easily accessible via the Las Vegas Monorail. Parker Seminars Vegas is the world’s largest chiropractic seminar and it’s a great way to get started on developing yourself in the new year.

Palmer College of Chiropractic makes strong showing at 2011 ACC-RAC

Palmer College of Chiropractic Chancellor Dennis Marchiori, D.C., Ph.D., along with a number of College faculty, staff and administrators, attended the Association of Chiropractic Colleges-Research Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) March 17-19, in Las Vegas. Employees from all three campuses attended sessions and made platform and poster presentations, and two Palmer presentations garnered awards. Additionally, staff members from Palmer’s Continuing Education Department processed all state applications for CE credit at the conference.

Parker Seminars Holds Second Largest Seminar of the Year

Parker Seminars held its second largest seminar in Dallas, Texas where more than 1,500 chiropractors, chiropractic assistants, and chiropractic students from around the world attended. Parker Seminars has a decades-long tradition of excellence in chiropractic education and information, presenting topics from chiropractic technique and business practices to health, wellness, philosophy, and success principles.

Prospective Chiropractic Student Has Questions

Questions about functions on the Planet Chiropractic website and concerns regarding the future of healthcare reimbursement in the United States, something I received via e-mail and I thought would be good to share on the site. A visitor writes… “I found your site via Google. First, To bring to your attention, there is a problem with your site when I click on “chiropractic schools”. When I click on it, a FATAL ERROR screen appears. I’ve attempted to click on that link on numerous computers and have gotten the same FATAL ERROR screen numerous times. So I’m thinking the problem may be on your end.”

DD Palmer to be Honored on Iowa Walk of Fame June 6

Daniel David (D.D.) Palmer, discoverer of chiropractic and founder of Palmer College of Chiropractic, will have his name added to the Iowa Walk of Fame in downtown Shenandoah, Iowa. The 12 new plaques to be dedicated in Shenandoah on June 6, 2009, include those for an astronaut, musicians, singers, writers, entrepreneurs, a cartoonist, an athlete, an actress, and of course, a healing art and college founder. D.D. Palmer’s great-granddaughter, Vickie Palmer, will represent the Palmer family and college at the ceremonies. Ms. Palmer served as chairman of the Palmer College of Chiropractic Board of Trustees from 1987 to 2008, and still serves on the Board as an officer.