August 9, 2017—Activator Methods International, the world’s number one chiropractic instrument adjusting technique, celebrated its 50th anniversary July 20-22 in Phoenix by hosting a Global Leadership Conference with top educators and leaders in the chiropractic industry.
During the 3-day conference, Judi Fuhr, company CEO and wife to Activator founder, Arlan Fuhr, DC, was surprised to receive an honorary doctorate of chiropractic humanities degree from Logan University.
“We wouldn’t be where we are today if it wasn’t for Judi leading our business. She took over operations in 2004 and our company has become a global leader as a result,” said Arlan Fuhr, who joined McDonald, president of Logan University, in presenting Mrs. Fuhr with the commemorative diploma.
Judi was thrilled and deeply touched to be honored in this way. “It was a surprise and a great honor to receive this award from such a prestigious university,” she noted.
Judi’s contributions to Activator Method’s success are countless include leading the company to become the number one chiropractic instrument adjusting technique in the world, expanding Activator sales and training internationally, and instituting business systems to ensure Activator Methods International will live on as a legacy for decades to come. Clay McDonald and Fuhr, set out to commend her on those contributions via this honorary degree.
Activator Methods curriculum is required course curriculum at Logan University for all doctor of chiropractic students. Several other universities offer Activator Methods curriculum an elective course, most of which are so popular they often times have a waiting list. The Activator Method is taught globally in Spain, Mexico, and Europe.
Activator Methods International has been providing chiropractic care, resources and training since 1967. Founded on the principles of clinical research, the company’s major contribution to chiropractic care is the discovery and development of the most popular instrument adjust technique, the Activator Method.
Source: Activator Methods International