January 1, 2010

Parker College of Chiropractic Opens State of the Art Standard Process Student Activity Center

Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Launches 50-State Advertising Campaign: Partners with State Associations, Chiropractic Colleges

Palmer College of Chiropractic Announces New Chancellor

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Parker College of Chiropractic Opens State of the Art Standard Process Student Activity Center

■ A FESTIVE CELEBRATION MARKED THE OFFI­CIAL (IRANI) OPENING OF THE STANDARD PRO­CESS Student Activity Center located on Parker College of Chiropractic's cam­pus. Standard Proeess Inc.", a nutritional food supplement manufacturer, bestowed a generou

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Foundation for Chiropractic Progress Launches 50-State Advertising Campaign: Partners with State Associations, Chiropractic Colleges

■ The Foundation for Chiropractic-Progress (www.f4cp.com), architect of the chiropractic profession's longest RUNNING PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGN, ail- nounces the launch of a national media sweep to place advertisements in at least one major newspape

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Palmer College of Chiropractic Announces New Chancellor

■ Following what might be the most ex­pansive SEARCH FOR A CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE LEADER IN THE HISTORY OF THE PROFESSION, the Palmer College of Chiropractic Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the unanimous selection of Dennis Marchiori, D.C., P

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Gephardt Headlines NCLC; Chiropractic Summit Joins Meeting

■ Former U.S. House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt will give the keynote speech at the 2010 national cliiroprac-ric Legislative Conference (NCLC) in Washington, DC. The meeting will take place Feb. 24-27 at the Capitol Hilton. Gephardt's consultin

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Treating Professional Athletes

Interview with David Pope, D.C. r. David Pope's practice is cen­tered ON GIVING THE SAME LEVEL of care to his patients as he gives to the professional athletes, whom he also treats. Dr. Pope has treated and consulted with active and retired professi

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Principles of a Sports Medicine Practice

IN THE FALL OF 1 993, I WAS ATTENDING A VlL-LANOVA VERSUS NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY football game. My son was a red shirt freshman wide out and me, a retired NFL veteran. We sat together as spectators, dis­secting the game and the individual player pe

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Advances in Sports Chiropractic from the Olympic Athlete to the Weekend Warrior: Class IV Deep Tissue Laser Therapy

N ANY <;IV|;N MORNINCi, Till; SUN RISKS Uand. with the same dependency athletes around the world arise for another day to do what they love. High school swimmers are awakened by their first plunge into the water, new moms do yoga to prepare themselv

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Hangman's Fracture

History This adult male patient was involved in a car accident, lie struck his head on the windshield and was then thrown into hyperextension. Discussion Hangman's Fracture (Traumatic spondylolisthesis). Fractures of the neural arch of the axis are

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Recognizing Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion in Chiropractic Practice

PART 2 OF A 2 PART SERIES (CONT. FROM PART 1 IN NOV. 2009) Abstract: Detrimental effects of drugs on nutrition status are a common occurrence but, because they usually occur over time (vs. what is considered an adverse event or allergic reaction, wh

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Lifestyle Changes: Providing More for Our Athletes

RIXHNTLY I SPOKi: TO A GROUP OF CHIROPRACTIC STUDENTS, and those of you who have attended a seminar or lecture know how widely varying their questions can be. One of the questions I was asked dealt with special certification programs. The student la

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