January 26, 2013 — The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) recently announced that New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) has donated to F4CP — enabling the foundation the opportunity to better get the word out about chiropractic’s many benefits, to assist the general public regarding their healthcare options, and to support the nation’s many chiropractic practitioners.
“Providing people with valuable information regarding the significant relief patients experience under the care of their chiropractors is certainly consistent with NYCC’s effort to consistently provide exceptional health education and patient care,” shares Frank J. Nicchi, DC, MS, president of NYCC. “The foundation has done an outstanding job publicizing the positive health outcomes of chiropractic, and we are grateful to contribute to the campaign and to be a part of its long-lasting mission to advance the chiropractic community.”
Founded in 1919, NYCC is recognized for providing the knowledge and practical experience needed to accelerate personal and professional success. Its support to the foundation will help ensure that growing numbers of patients pursue the invaluable services its alumni are eminently prepared to deliver.
Kent S. Greenawalt, chairman, F4CP, is sincerely appreciative to maintain the support of such a reputable institution within the profession. He shares, “It is our mission to educate the public about the significant outcomes associated with chiropractic. Without the help of our contributors, our campaign would be at a standstill. We are eager to move forward with our sponsors and build upon the tremendous progress we have already achieved for this profession.”
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, f4cp.org