October 2, 2011 — Parker Seminars, the largest chiropractic seminar organization in the world, held Parker Seminars Vancouver 2011 Sept. 22–24.
More than 650 doctors of chiropractic and chiropractic assistants joined the seminar in its One Community, One Voice uniting celebration. Nearly 50 exhibitors also participated in the seminar by presenting cutting-edge products and technologies.
“This is the place to reconnect and ignite your passion,” said Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, president of Parker Seminars and Parker University. “Ask a fellow chiropractor or chiropractic assistant to share their success stories with you because it’s those instances and stories that continue to be the driving force for all of us.”
Unifying the profession over the past 60 years, Parker Seminars is based on the premise of sharing traditions, philosophy, and time-tested Parker Principles that lay the foundation for success.
While earning continuing education credits, seminar attendees strengthened their chiropractic foundation with a combination of courses to keep their practice up-to-date and thriving, including philosophy, technique, practice procedures, marketing, patient communication, and business success.
“All of you have the same drive and determination to serve and impact the health of your community through chiropractic,” said Dr. Gilles Lamarche, vice president of Parker Seminars. “That commonality is what keeps this profession together and maintains the passion for creating healthy people all around the globe.”
World-renowned speakers and leading experts in chiropractic and wellness presented, including Dr. Patrick Gentempo, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, Dr. Elizabeth Anderson-Peacock, Susan Hoy, Melanie Engel, Dr. Jeff Spencer, Dr. James Chestnut, Brandi MacDonald, Dr. Gilles Lamarche, Dr. Michael Hall, and Dr. Rick Wren.
Additional speakers included Dr. Gene Orlowsky, Dr. Steve P. Weiniger, William Esteb, Dr. Jeffrey Cottingame, Dr. Todd Watson, Dr. Matthew Norton, and Dr. Brad Glowaki.
“The camaraderie within Parker Seminars and chiropractic is one of the reasons I love being in this profession,” said Dr. Mancini. “There’s no other profession like this that bands together for the health and the greater good of people in the world.”
Parker Seminars will lead you on a journey embarking on self-discovery and practice growth as it charts a new course for Parker Seminars 2012. Join Parker Seminars in Las Vegas Jan. 19–21, 2012. To register or for more information about the seminar, visit www.parker.edu/vegas. Stay connected with Parker Seminars at www.facebook.com/parkerseminars.
Source: Parker University, www.parker.edu