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Original article in Dynamic Chiropractic Vol 37, Number 12, December 2019   As I was reading the latest addition of Dynamic Chiropractic, I couldn’t help but cringe when I saw the title.  As a chiropractor or a chiropractic enthusiast how could you not? One of the potential dark clouds of our profession splashed across the front page.  I remember at Palmer, this was certainly a topic of concern.  This was ten...
The famous Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport Iowa has received a $100,000 grant by the Regional Development Authority (RDA) to support campus development plans. A state-of-the-art learning and study environment is one of the first planned major projects for the campus. Dennis Marchiori, D.C., Ph.D, chancellor and CEO of Palmer announced that the grant will “enable the college to continue its tradition of delivering leading...
AB 888 (Low) the California Chiropractic Association’s (CalChiro) sponsored legislation passed the Assemly Appropriations Committee on a 15-0 vote, with just three members abstaining. The California Chiropractic Association is asking for all members to reach out to their local Assemblymenber to express their strong support for AB 888. The bill is now heading to the Assembly Floor for a full vote of the house. The Association has...
Have you heard about the Clinic Challenge Experience at Sherman which is designed to help students make the transition from classroom to chiropractic internship? Fifty four interns have just completed the challenge during the spring 2019 quarter. The challenge is a rope course on campus which presents a variety of “challenges by choice” using ropes, pulleys, walls, poles and platforms. Students use problem solving skills and...