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News Archives For December 2012
Chiropractor Sid Williams Passes
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News arrived via email this morning from the staff at Dynamic Essentials... We regret to inform you of the passing this morning (12/27) of Dr. Sid E. Williams, founder of Dynamic Essentials.
Getting Free Chiropractic Continuing Education
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I don't know of too many chiropractors that would not like to get their yearly continuing education requirements done for free. In California, I've been getting free continuing education each year from the CCA, since for a few years they have been providing free CE seminars for paid members. I suppose you could argue that it's not exactly free, but if you're a chiropractor practicing in California I'd wonder why you're not supporting your state organization. As a paid lifetime supporter of Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles (now closed) I used to also get free continuing education from CCCLA.
Parker University Elects New Board Chairman
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Parker University's Board of Trustees elected Dr. Wright L. Lassiter, Jr., Ed.D., D.CE, as board chairman during its recent December meeting. Dr. Lassiter will serve a two-year term in the position. He was first appointed to the board in 2007 and previously served as treasurer.
Schubel Vision Seminars February 2013
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Quality chiropractic events are scheduled for 2013, and I'm quite excited about that. The motivation, passion, and enthusiasm gained from attending chiropractic events cannot be matched online, you have to get out and live the experience. It's inspiring to me to see chiropractors like Liam Schubel putting on events that include a stellar list of speakers, especially student speakers. Check out this press release from Schubel Vision Seminars and Mark your calendar to be in the San Francisco Bay area February 2013.
Developing Your Lasting Purpose with Dynamic Essentials
planetc1.com-news@11:59 pm PST
If you search Planet Chiropractic archives, every year in December, you'll find I've written about the importance of attending chiropractic seminars in the month of January. While I find December is the best goalsetting month, January is a month of taking action. And to me, taking action doesn't mean just chopping wood and carrying water in the office, it's time to be with others and get the juices flowing.
Parker University Announces the Appointment of a New President
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The Board of Trustees of Parker University and Parker Seminars is pleased to announce the appointment of their new president, Brian J. McAulay, DC, PhD. This appointment comes after an intensive three month search conducted by a board-appointed presidential search committee of nine members, headed by Wright L. Lassiter, Jr., PhD, chair of the Board of Trustees.
Chiropractic Adjustments Remove the Cause
planetc1.com-news@11:29 am PST
C.C. Petersen's chiropractic adjustments remove the cause of so-called conditions and diseases. That, according to a 1920s local newspaper advertisement. The confident chiropractor tells potential new patients that he will know what and where your trouble is without asking a question. The downtown Los Angeles chiropractor practiced in a popular historical location, the Homer Laughlin building, located on S. Broadway Blvd. in Los Angeles, California.
Las Vegas Parker Seminars 2013
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January 2013 is time for chiropractic education and motivation in Las Vegas, Nevada. I've often said before that January is the perfect time to begin a year and chiropractic with a conference extravaganza. The Rio Hotel in Las Vegas at Parker Seminars is the perfect place to start. As always, this year features stellar speakers and educators, and one of the largest expo halls available to the chiropractic profession. See you in Las Vegas!
Cultural Competence of Chiropractic Students
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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.
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