Sherman College of Chiropractic has been recognized by Oklahaven Children’s Chiropractic Center for unwavering support of chiropractic care to chronically ill children during the 2023 “Have-A-Heart” campaign.
Oklahaven’s annual “College Award” was presented to Sherman College’s Dean of Clinics, Brian Dooley, by Oklahaven CEO Bobby Doscher at a Sherman campus assembly on August 23, at the Gelardi Student Center.
“Today is about giving, and we have the opportunity to hear from someone who is always giving and helping others,” said Bourla, president of Sherman College of Chiropractic. “Dr. Bobby Doscher is the epitome of class and heart. She is a world-renowned chiropractor who uses her hands, heart, and craft to heal critically ill children in the US and across the world. She is devoted to teaching others that the body can heal itself through chiropractic adjustments.”
The College Award is presented to the chiropractic college and clinic that raises the most funds for Oklahaven and its mission of healing children through chiropractic and educating parents on the chiropractic way of life. Sherman College’s Network Club led the fundraiser and worked with the on-campus Chiropractic Health Center to collect funds for this year’s event. Donations were represented with hearts posted on the clinic’s staircase railing.
“The college’s support is greatly appreciated, and it has helped the most profoundly hurt children on their journey to health and showing the world they can be well,” explained Doscher. “The work you do heals children and is a living testimony of the power of chiropractic.”
Established in 1962 in Oklahoma City, OK, Oklahaven is a nonprofit organization that provides chiropractic care for children, specifically those with chronic illness and disabilities. For more information, visit chiropractic4kids.com.