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12 Hours Free CE from California Chiropractic Association|
By Michael Dorausch, DC
Todays news is for chiropractors that are members of the California Chiropractic Association (CCA). In celebrating 81 years of service this September, the CCA will be offering free 12 hour relicensing continuing education seminars for chiropractors that are members of t...
Mission Life International 2009 Chiropractic Trips|
Mission-Chiropractic is currently leading mission trips to Cuba, Haiti, Trinidad, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Ethiopia and Ghana. Mission-Chiropractic brings chiropractic to third world countries and to places where chiropractic has no presence. Mission Life International is ...
First Ever Network Seminar in South America|
Peruvian Chiropractic Alliance
Lima - Peru - South America -- On August 22-23 2009 Dr. Donald Epstein presented his newly revised Basic Care Intensive Seminar for Network Spinal Analysis for the first time ever in South America to a very receptive group of Chiropractors in Lima, Peru. Dr Epste...
Historic 2009 COCSA Chiropractic Convention|
Wichita, KS -- "Happy Anniversary COCSA!" was the historical celebration that rang out in St. Pete Beach Florida November 12-14th at the Trade Winds Hotel.
The meeting celebrated COCSA and their 40 years of service to the State Associations and the Chiropractic Profession. Exec...
Palmer Chiropractic Clinics Receive Iowa Quality Award|
Palmer Chiropractic News
The Palmer Chiropractic Clinics, which provide the clinical education for senior-level students of Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa, were recognized at the Governor's Recognition of Performance Excellence Celebration luncheon on May 5, 2011, in Des Moine...
Parker University Named One of the Healthiest Employers in North Texas|
Parker University News
DALLAS, TX -- Parker University was recognized as one of the Healthiest Employers in North Texas by the Dallas Business Journal (DBJ). Each year, the Dallas Business Journal recognizes companies that proactively shape the health of their employees. Parker was honored as ...
Parker University Receives Oklahaven Golden Heart Award|
Parker Chiropractic News
DALLAS -- Oklahaven Children's Chiropractic Center, a non-profit organization that treats sick and disabled children through chiropractic care, recently honored Parker University with the Golden Heart Award as the chiropractic institution that raised the most funds dur...
Getting Free Chiropractic Continuing Education|
By Michael Dorausch, DC
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 semi...
Kids Eating In Good Spirit!|
By Dr. Ed Leshin
For years we as a society have heard about the "war" on drugs, but how about the "war" on negative marketing to our children? Recently, the news has been filled with articles about childhood obesity and the negative health effects on our nations youth. We are told that 25% of s...
Stroke Report Proves Media, Medical Bias Against Chiropractic, Says World Chiropractic Alliance|
CHANDLER, Ariz., May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- The media feeding frenzy following a May 13 study in the journal Neurology is a glaring example of how the news media is manipulated by the medical industry to help destroy chiropractic. That was the conclusion of the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA) afte...
Statement by Dr. Sid E. Williams, Founder and former President of Life University|
I have refrained from offering any public comment until this time on the matter of Life University and its accreditation struggle with the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE). Today, in my capacity as a private citizen with no connections whatsoever to the school, I feel compelled to offer m...
Watchdog Group Finds Corporate and Legal Problems Within Chiropractic Accrediting Agency|
From: Doctors for Excellence in Chiropractic Education (DECE)
October 16, 2002: Doctors for Excellence in Chiropractic Education (DECE) has uncovered what appear to be major organizational problems within the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE).
"While examining the processes and rules...
Inappropriate, Possibly Dangerous and Wasteful Healthcare|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
The title says it all. It pretty much sums up what you will get when going the traditional medical route in healthcare today.
Many, once thought effective, surgical and therapeutic drug approaches to some of the worlds most common conditions are not producing the ...
A Bomb is Dropped on Medicine|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
If you have not yet read the news, headlines all over the world are telling women to stop taking hormone replacement drugs due to the increased risks related to heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, and other conditions/side effects.
We have been collecting sources...
WCA continues to dispel media stroke misinformation|
Each month, the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA) "Health Watch" electronic newsletter provides information on research studies that reveal the dangers of many common drugs and medical procedures. Although the reports are published in reputable journals such as the Journal of t...
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