November 9, 2011 — Parker University recently held Parker Homecoming 2011 on its campus in Dallas.
The event included educational opportunities with continuing education classes for doctors of chiropractic and massage therapists featuring topics such as active care, specialized techniques, nutrition, sports massage, animal massage, integrative care, and more. The event also consisted of chiropractic assistant tailored classes, which covered tips on Medicare, practice essentials, and clinical solutions.
“It was so nice to see both chiropractors and massage therapists sitting together in Dr. Jeff Rockwell’s class discussing how to enhance postural stability,” said Dr. Drew Riffe, director of Parker University School of Massage Therapy.
Chiropractic, massage therapy, and other health and wellness exhibitors presented cutting-edge products and technologies.
The homecoming celebration also provided the opportunity for Parker alumni and friends to reconnect with classmates and colleagues as well as network with new contacts during the alumni and friends reception, the alumni luncheon, the Parker University School of Massage Therapy reunion dinner, and the 25 year class reunion celebrating the class of 1986.
Parker University held additional festivities throughout the week in celebration of homecoming including a new logo unveiling presentation, fitness competition, cooking demonstration, Parker employee spirit banner competition, all-school assembly featuring Dr. Jack Dolbin, student scholarship presentation and luncheon, intramural basketball games, and Parker gear fashion show.
Source: Parker University, www.parker.edu