Nov. 1, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) invites DCs and students to its upcoming annual Practice OpportUnity event to be held on February 21, 2013.
August 31, Mississauga, Ont. – Dr. Peter Amlinger and the organizers of Pure and Powerful invite DCs to the third annual “Swing into the Vision” golf tournament to raise funds for chiropractic research.
Maria DiDanieli in conversation with Dr. Bob Haig, Dr. Candice Gibbs and Jan Kasperski
Aug. 22, Hayward, CA – Life Chiropractic College West introduces its 33-City Tour, a mobile career-night event the aim of which will be to bring information to prospective chiropractic students in cities across North America and in Singapore.
Aug. 10, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation (CCRF) is delighted to announce that Canada’s next chiropractic research professorship will be established at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
June 26, Lombard, Ill. – National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) President James F. Winterstein, DC, will retire from his position in 2013, according to an announcement made at the 2012 Homecoming event. Chair of the NUHS Board of Trustees, Mr. Tom Schonauer, made the announcement to alumni, faculty and staff on behalf of the board on Saturday, June 23, after the president’s annual “State of the University” address.
March 2, Hayward, CA – The Life West Annual Golf Classic, California’s largest chiropractic golfing event, will be held at the beautiful and exciting courses in the Greater Bay Area. This year’s tournament will benefit the Life West Research Program.
Jan. 30, Phoenix, Ariz. -- Known for bringing innovation to the chiropractic profession, since 1967, Activator Methods International celebrates it 45th Anniversary!
Nov 2, Toronto, Ont. – On October 29-30, the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) held its 2011 Research Symposium titled Cumulative Trauma Injury with a focus on disability management, injury prevention and care within the work environment.
Nov. 1, Toronto, Ont. – The Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) will be working in conjunction with ThinkFirst Canada to educate northern Canadian communities on injury prevention.
In Part 1, I talked about the synergistic considerations of merging chiropractic practices, suggested some potential disadvantages of doing so, and began to discuss the steps you might take if you’re considering a merger with another DC.
Sept 18, Auckland, NZ – The New Zealand College of Chiropractic will be holding career talks in cities across Canada over the coming weeks.
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