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Your Article Regarding Chiropractic Salaries
By Michael Dorausch, DC
The following arrived the other day via email. The person's name has been excluded, but I felt this topic should be addressed publicly, as it may help more than one person make a conscious and educated decision about a career in chiropractic.
I just finished readin...
9/11 One Decade In: Promises Made, Promises Kept?
By Dr. Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
On September 11, 2001 America's nervous system suffered a massive insult, overloading all physical and emotional stress circuits. We became stronger, increasing our compassion, capacity, and production. We became more fragile, and so many made promises, seeking a ...
Chiropractic Fun in Southern California Sun
By Michael Dorausch, DC
Whether it be getting adjusted to achieve optimal performance, or getting adjusted to recover from stresses and strains put on the body, chiropractic is the way to go for summer sports. As a chiropractor practicing in a beach community, I see a fair share of sun related...
Documenting Chiropractic Relief Efforts at Ground Zero
By Dr. Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
Excerpted with permission from Pearls of Wisdom
What if I told you there is a Chiropractic story more popular than news about real electronic brains, or medical stories from the Mayo Clinic and Harvard, is that something you might be interested in? Perhaps t...
Palmer Chiropractic students donate toys and time to Toys for Tots
Palmer Chiropractic News
Palmer student groups collect $2,000 worth of toys for Toys for Tots; present donation and volunteer at Toys for Tots warehouse in Davenport, Iowa, on Dec. 10
Members of the Palmer Student Alumni Foundation (PSAF) spent the last several weeks collecting toys and m...
116 Years Since Daniel David Palmer Healed Harvey Lillard
By Michael Dorausch, DC
Today's date marks 116 years since the first chiropractic adjustment was given in Davenport, Iowa. On September 18, 1895, it was Daniel David Palmer (the Father of Chiropractic) making a hands on healing connection and curing a deaf janitor named Harvey Lillard. The Rya...
2012 Super Bowl 46 - Superbowl XLVI Schedule and Guide
by Michael Dorausch, DC
What time does the Super Bowl start? That's a question patients in my office have been asking all week. Super Bowl XLVI (#SB46) kickoff starts at 6:20 PM Eastern time in Indianapolis, Indiana. In the US, the Superbowl will be televised on NBC. Also, the Super Bowl will b...
Getting Chiropractic Adjustments Once Every Four Years
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
"Tell the staff to schedule you in for your next February 29th chiropractic adjustment appointment." That's what I told a handful of patients today, just to see if they were paying attention. Funny how many people didn't realize we were putting them in the computer fo...
Parker University Students Inspired By Chiropractor John Demartini
Parker University News
DALLAS, TX -- Dr. John Demartini, founder of the Demartini Institute and originator of the Demartini Method, recently spoke to Parker University students about clarifying their purpose, strategizing their actions, and living proactively towards their goals and dreams.
2012 CCA Annual Convention and Exposition with Parker Seminars
by Michael Dorausch, DC
May is definitely a great time to be visiting San Diego in Southern California. This year the California Chiropractic Association (CCA) has teamed up with Parker Seminars to put on the 2012 CCA Annual Convention & Exposition. The three day conference takes place at San ...
Georgia Council of Chiropractic 31st Annual Convention and Expo
By Michael Dorausch, DC
There is often many chiropractic conferences and seminars for doctors of chiropractic in the United States to choose from when it comes to getting continuing education. There's less conferences that provide discussions of principled chiropractic, along with other topics...
Chiropractic Conference Report for May 2012
By Michael Dorausch, DC
Here is this months chiropractic news related to several seminars and conferences taking place throughout the United States. Parker Seminars and the California Chiropractic Association annual convention was held in San Diego this past weekend and it was a spectacular ev...
Parker University to Host Homecoming Event Celebrating 30 Year Anniversary
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
DALLAS - Parker University will celebrate its 30th anniversary during a special homecoming event on its campus in Dallas, Texas from October 26-28. Parker invites alumni, students, faculty, industry partners, and all other chiropractors, massage therapists, and chirop...
Chiropractic Adjustings Release Pressure Off Nerves
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Today's date marks 117 years since the first chiropractic adjustment was given in Davenport, Iowa. On September 18, 1895, it was Daniel David Palmer Healed Harvey Lillard (the Father of Chiropractic) making a hands on healing connection and curing a deaf janitor named...
September 2012 Life Chiropractic College West News
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
Life West to Host Fifth Annual Lyceum Celebrating Fraternity's 20 Years of Service
On October 6, 2012, Life Chiropractic College West will be hosting the 5th Annual Lyceum as well as celebrating Delta Sigma Chi, Nu Chapter's 20 years of service. The Lyceum was fi...
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