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News Archives For February 2011
Chiropractors CORE and FOCUS February and March
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Fresh off the thunderous DCS chiropractic event in Orange County this past weekend, is news of two grassroots chiropractor meet ups, one in California and the other in Pennsylvania. The California Chiropractors on the Road to Excellence (CORE) is hosting an event on February 24, and FOCUS Chiropractic Philosophy is hosting its winter weekend on March 12th.
2011 DCS Dead Chiropractic Society California Jam Best Yet
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A massive storm moved through Orange County California this past weekend. Outside it was hail and torrential sideways rain, wreaking havoc throughout the Southland, inside it was chiropractic thunder and spine sizzling lightning, as chiropractors from around the world gathered together for the fourth annual DCS Chiropractic California Jam. DCS and Dr. Bill Demoss did it again, making Southern California the center of the chiropractic universe.
Sherman College Appoints Vice President for Enrollment Services
planetc1.com-news@11:39 pm PST
Kelley Jones Ashcraft has been appointed vice president for enrollment services and will direct Sherman College of Chiropractic's efforts to build student interest in chiropractic as a career and increase enrollment in the doctor of chiropractic program at Sherman College. Prior to her work in higher education, Jones Ashcraft worked as a marketing analyst and planner at Milliken & Company. She holds an MBA from the University of South Carolina, a bachelor's degree in mathematical sciences from Clemson University and has completed coursework toward a doctorate in higher education administration.
COCSA partners with Army OneSource to launch Healing Hands 4 Heroes
planetc1.com-news@11:16 pm PST
COCSA formalized the partnership by launching a nationwide program, Healing Hands 4 Heroes, and by becoming the first health care profession to sign an Army Community Covenant. With a registration code from the local State Chiropractic Association, chiropractors can register free of charge for any of the three courses: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Issues of Women Returning from Combat.
Golf Club Swing Speed Record Broken
planetc1.com-news@7:01 am PST
It is a simple physics equation in golf: the higher the swing speed, the farther the golf ball travels. The average PGA Tour player generates a swing speed in the neighborhood of 110 MPH. Maurice Allen, a first year chiropractic student at Life University, recorded the highest ever swing of 161 MPH as recorded on the Momentus® Speed Whoosh, a golf training aid.
New Palmer Board of Trustees Member Named
planetc1.com-news@8:25 am PST
New Palmer Board of Trustees member named; reappointments announced. The Palmer College of Chiropractic Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Susan Hatfield, Ph.D., has been appointed to the Board, effective January 1, 2011. This one-year appointment was made by the College Certificate Holders, who annually evaluate applications from potential Board members.
Ronald Reagan Centennial Super Bowl XLV Tribute WOC
planetc1.com-news@2:20 pm PST
If you had the privilege to attend Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers today, you'd get to see a centennial tribute video to Ronald Reagan just before kickoff, playing inside the stadium, on one of the worlds biggest TV screens. Just before kickoff on Sunday, the tribute video of Ronald Reagan will air inside Dallas Stadium. For a bit of chiropractic history, watch the video around 1 minute, and see if you can spot Reagan sitting in front of a WOC microphone, as he talks about his early days as a sports announcer.
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