September 13, 2013 — Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) will welcome John Demartini, DC, a TCC alumnus, for a free lecture open to the public Oct. 8, 2013, at 1 p.m. in the Russell Auditorium on the TCC campus.
“We are delighted to welcome one of our own back to our Pasadena campus,” noted Fred Zuker, PhD, interim president of TCC. “This is a great opportunity for our students to hear from a man who has positively impacted so many lives around world, and was once a student like they are today.”
Demartini is a chiropractor, human behavioral specialist, educator, and international authority on maximizing human awareness and potential. His lecture on Oct. 8 will cover overcoming obstacles and conquering challenges. His studies have spanned numerous disciplines and his teachings provide answers and solutions to many of life’s questions and challenges.
He has written more than 40 published books and 160 manuscripts and has produced more than 50 CD and DVD educational products. As an educator, he constantly travels the globe teaching students from all backgrounds and disciplines the workings of human behavior, how to understand and transform social dynamics and how to activate potential by understanding human nature.
The month of October is also Chiropractic Health Month, which is a yearly event, sponsored by the American Chiropractic Association. The theme for this year is Discover Chiropractic … Get Vertical. As part of this nationwide awareness campaign, TCC is also hosting the Honorable Sam Zakhem, former U.S. Ambassador to Bahrain on Oct. 2 who will speak about his chiropractic experience as a patient and holding Community Day on Oct. 19. Community Day will provide an opportunity for TCC to connect with each other and the public in a variety of ways including a 5k run, volunteer opportunities and campus service projects.
Source: Texas Chiropractic College