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Chiropractic President Makes History with Election to CCE Board|
Life Chiropractic News
Dr. Guy Riekeman, President at Life University, Makes History with Election to CCE Board
Life University is pleased to announce the election of President Guy F. Riekeman, D.C., to the thirteen member Board of Directors of the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE), ...
104 Years of Chiropractic History|
To The Father - Happy Birthday!
From the Sons & Daughters of Chiropractic Worldwide
September 18th, 1895
Take a moment today to reflect on the 104 years of our chiropractic history.
Chiropractic audio message from Chiropractor, Ian Grassam.
Chiropractic audio message fro...
Chiropractic History Month 2007 with Most Jailed Chiropractor|
by Michael Dorausch, DC
September is chiropractic history month. This weekend Planet Chiropractic has posted four chiropractic video segments featuring Herbert Ross Reaver, the "most jailed" chiropractor of the 1900s, to a planetchiropractic YouTube account.
You should be able to view the ...
Parker Alumni Association Makes Final Payment to Largest Donation in History|
Parker Chiropractic News
May 6, 2010 (Dallas) -- The Parker Alumni Association presented a check of 5,000 dollars to Parker College of Chiropractic to fulfill its final payment of the 25,000 dollar pledge made in 2008. Not only was the donation the largest in the association's history, the do...
Someone is telling the Chiropractic story|
By Michael Dorausch, D.C.
When was the last time someone came to your office complaining of a subluxation or requesting subluxation correction?
I am expecting that in more offices across the planet this is occurring more frequently. I am also wondering which offices such people are enterin...
"Goalizing" Our Way Into Healing History|
By Dr. Sid Mouk
Action, To Be Effective, Must Be Directed Toward Clearly Conceived Ends. Congruence Between Our Educated and Our Innate Minds Will Then Accomplish Miracles!
Dr. Jim Parker, in his teachings, constantly emphasized the MTD (Mission, Talent, and Destiny) of Chiropractic.... an...
Tellin' The Story|
By Super CA Lynne Gawley-Hofstetter
I had an awesome opportunity to do one of my favorite things this week, talk chiropractic to strangers. I set up an information booth at one of our local malls. It's really funny to see the silly things people do when they realize it is a chiropractic booth. ...
Lowered Expectations - The Story Behind The HRT News|
By Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
This week women's health headlined print and media stories around the globe. What triggered this attention was the halting of an 8-year U.S. Federal study that evaluated the risks/benefits of combination Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT), treatment which includes estr...
Everyone Tell The Story|
By Rodney Sparks, D.C.
Recently I was invited on the local news to do a 5-minute health segment. I considered how and what I could talk about in that short of a time period, and I realized that all I needed to do was just tell the story! The first thing I told the news anchor is that I would sh...
The Chiropractic "Story"|
By Sharon Gorman, D.C.
What excites you about being a chiropractor? Is it the fact that we watch sick people get well? Is it the fact that we help people? Is it the fact that people's bodies will function better under care and they will achieve a life healthier physically, emotionally and spiri...
P.M.D.D. - New Syndrome, Same Old Story|
By Madeline Behrendt, D.C.
Woman, Go to the mirror. Life is captured in our face. What do you see?
Eyes that are our personal camera, they catch and record the moments of our days - of landscapes, of faces, of how the world looks back at us. Our nose has catalogued memories of so many sce...
A Very Cellular Story - by Will Brooks, D.C.|
A chiropractic short story by Will Brooks, D.C.
Life started to leave the farmer's body the day the fish fell from the sky.
It was on a hot, muggy August day that the strong circular winds from the Pacific Ocean began the annual lifting of the water along with its fish to carry them 4 mile...
The Herstory Of Bones|
By Dr. Madeline Behrendt
It's 6:30 a.m. Eyes open to the sun painting a new canvas over the foothills. Ears alert to the sound of morning feet padding through the hallway, destination locked in. The body moves, sleep is surrendered as the commitment from horizontal to vertical is made. Feeling ...
UNLOCKING AUTISM - Vaccines/Autism CNN Story to Air|
By: Shelley ReynoldsOn Sunday, October 3, 1999, at 9pm est, 8pm cst/pac time, CNN will air astory called "A Question of Harm?" on it's news magazine, Time/NewsStand.The story has been promoted in this week's issue of Time Magazine as well.Double check your local listings.The story will feature the R...
Tiger Woods Wins British Open: A Chiropractic Story|
By Michael Dorausch, Chiropractor
The news began appearing on Sunday, Tiger Woods had again won the British Open. Hours later, news agencies began reporting on American cyclist Floyd Landis and his winning of the Tour de France. Tiger Woods is the second golfer to win back-to-back British open ...
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