October 30, 2013 — Graston Technique recently announced that Richard E. Vincent, DC, FICC, has rejoined the company in the newly created position of director of strategic planning-DC.
In his role, Vincent will assist the management team and lead the strategic direction targeting chiropractors as well as work closely with faculty members who teach Graston Technique in the curriculum at chiropractic colleges and universities.
“Dr. Vincent has always been a strong advocate of IASTM — and GT in particular — and we’re delighted to welcome him back to serve in this leadership role,” said Todd R. Lugar, president and CEO of Graston Technique, LLC. “His knowledge about the chiropractic market as well as his vision and business acumen will help ensure our mission of being a partner in the chiropractic profession.”
Vincent received his doctor of chiropractic degree from the Chiropractic Institute of New York and is president of Vincent Management Inc. (VMI), a teaching and consulting company based in Falmouth, Mass. Previously, he served as clinical director of Graston, president of Integrated Health Care Practice Resources (IHCPR) and consultant for National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Company (NCMIC).
This year, he received the Paul M. Tullio Award for distinguished service to the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Vincent currently serves on the Affiliated Monitors Inc. Policy and Advisory Board in Boston. He has the distinction of being appointed to the first Massachusetts Board of Chiropractic Examiners and has served six Massachusetts governors. Vincent treated patients in private practice for 33 years.
“Recognizing the importance of musculoskeletal health adds another dimension to the traditional treatment provided by the chiropractic profession,” said Vincent. “I look forward to my new role with GT because I can champion chiropractors to become unique in their delivery of service and clinically focused on achieving better patient outcomes. It’s the future of health care.”
Source: Graston Technique