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Exceptional care prompts late artist’s posthumous donation to Cleveland Chiropractic College

An artist posthumously donated to the Cleveland Chiropractic College in appreciation for the treatment she received there late in her life. The gift to provide scholarships to Cleveland Chiropractic College doctoral students.

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Logan University adds Doctorate in Health Professions Education degree

The Doctorate of Health Professions Education (DHPE) focuses on advancing healthcare through the education process. Health professions clinical educators are in high demand and graduates of this program will be able to take their clinical expertise and translate it to the field of higher education.

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2015 British Open Victor, Zach Johnson, relies on chiropractic care

According to experts at the F4CP, the good health and impressive athletic performance displayed by Johnson can, in part, be attributed to the care he receives from doctors of chiropractic, including his father, David Johnson, DC, and PGA Tour chiropractor, Troy Van Biezen, DC.

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Chiropractors call for conservative treatments for pain management amid prescription painkiller epidemic

During National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) in October, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) will work with thousands of doctors of chiropractic, chiropractic assistants, and chiropractic doctoral students nationwide to bring attention to the public about this health crisis.

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Annual TCC convention hosts more than five hundred DCs

This year’s convention was one of the most highly attended continuing education functions ever hosted by Texas Chiropractic College. Each seminar focused on a variety of topics relevant for today’s chiropractic professional and met the continuing education requirement set forth by each attendee’s state board of chiropractic examiners.

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3 questions to ask yourself before purchasing a new table

While your chiropractic table certainly has to work for you, it also has to work for your patients. If you notice that your patients are struggling with your current table or not getting the results that you desire for them, the need for an upgrade may be imminent to avoid losing clients.

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Standard Process takes top honors in marketing awards

Standard Process Inc.'s marketing department earned three national awards for its communications and creative efforts. The awards were received from Bulldog Reporter, a provider of PR media intelligence, and Graphic Design USA, a news magazine for graphic design artists since 1963.

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Cash Practice Systems makes list of fastest growing companies

The list awards the top 100 companies in San Diego that continue to see substantial growth and significant revenue increases over a three-year period. The event brought together businesses and leaders who positively contribute to the San Diego County business community and is awarded every year.

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Valerio Pasqua, DC, named Trustee Emeritus by NYCC Board

Pasqua joins Lewis Bazakos, Richard Carnival, and Nathan Novak, previously elected to this position in recognition of exemplary knowledge, skills, abilities, and outstanding service to the College.

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Instrument adjusting for common pain conditions

Chiropractic care is uniquely poised to treat these common complaints. Additionally, instrument adjusting for pain has shown favorable comparison over manual adjusting in some situations.

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