By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Addison Bulosan, Life West student and key orchestrator, states, “While we hoped to make an impact with this event we never dreamed of it shaking the very foundation of how we serve as Chiropractors. The weekend took the best of the best from each chiropractic school and organization, and created an atmosphere of growth and understanding. The transformation that occurred at this event will contribute to the success of chiropractic for many years to come.”
The World Congress of Chiropractic Students (WCCS) is a non-profit organization representing the chiropractic profession internationally. Active membership consists of over 15,000 students from 32 colleges. Their purpose is to advance and unite the global chiropractic profession through inspiration, integrity, and leadership. The WCCS, which has been running since 1979, will meet on August 2012 for their annual conference to discuss issues pertinent to the chiropractic profession.
Life West, established in 1976, is an accredited non-profit institution of higher learning. Over 4,500 graduates of Life West are now providing chiropractic care worldwide. The college’s vision is to create a brighter future for humanity. The college’s Health Center, a public outpatient facility staffed by approximately 150 senior interns who are guided by licensed doctors of chiropractic, provides affordable health care to more than 1,000 patients per week in the city of Hayward, California. www.lifewest.edu.
Source: Life West Chiropractic College
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