Dr. Karen Hammerich, chair, department of chiropractic principles and practice at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, shares her thoughts about the importance of recognizing chiropractors who are doing exceptional work in their community.
There are so many inspiring things that individual chiropractors are doing in their own communities that are making a huge difference in the lives and health of people, and they deserve to be recognized, says Hammerich who is also a member of the 2014 Canadian Chiropractor INSPIRE Awards.
Nominations for the 2015 Canadian Chiropractor INSPIRE Awards are now open. Find out how to nominate an exceptional and inspiring chiropractor.
Inspiring the profession
Insight from the 2014 Canadian Chiropractor Inspire Awards
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