June 29, 2010 — As farfetched as it sounds, it is very possible — but only with your help. Oprah Winfrey is running a national contest to find the next great talk show host and two excellent doctors of chiropractic are in the running.
Jackie Buettner, DC, and Spencer Baron, DC, have both submitted strong audition tapes and it is now up to the public to vote on the hundreds of candidates. The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) strongly suggests you take a few minutes to view their audition tapes and cast your vote.
Jackie Buettner, DC (View Video and Vote)
Jacalyn Buettner, DC, graduated in 1985 with honors from Palmer College of Chiropractic and is currently a Fellow in the Palmer Academy of Chiropractic. After realizing her “big city” dream in 1989, Buettner moved to San Francisco and opened her own practice.
Buettner is an active leader in her profession and has served on the California State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. She has also been the recipient of numerous awards recognizing her for distinguished service to the advancement of the profession. Buettern’s views have been featured on national media, including Good Morning America and World News Tonight.
She is committed to increasing the public’s awareness of health through her passionate philosophy of life, practice and chiropractic.
Spencer Baron, DC, DACBSP (View Video and Vote)
The 2010 National Sports Chiropractor of the Year, Spencer Baron is a health, sports fitness, and medical expert with specialty certification as a Diplomat of the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians. Baron is an upbeat, informed and energetic speaker, coach and practitioner, with years of television and speaking experience and a charismatic personality audience’s love.
After 23 years of working with award-winning coaches and record-breaking athletes who span multiple sports from football and rodeo to ballroom and ballet (NFL, MLB, NHL, Pro Rodeo, NBA, et al), Baron has identified what works “consistently for the amazing.”
Baron is passionate about people living healthy, balanced and informed lives. His new talk show will showcase athletes, celebrities and the amazing results of ordinary people, engaging audiences and providing the inspiration and practices designed to dramatically improve one’s quality of physical and emotional health.
Voting is open until July 3rd so cast your vote today! Imagine the possibilities to educate the public of the many benefits associated with chiropractic care if one of our own had a primetime talk show!
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, www.f4cp.org