Dr. Donald Viggiani of Toronto has been in practice for 52 years, served on many college, provincial and international boards. He still practices 5 days a week and all his patients feel very privileged to be under his care.
September 5, 2008 - Comfort Motion Technology, a client of Flagship Enterprise Center, has received its first patent for its Multi-position software for improving comfort in power car seats.
Read about the work of chiropractors from around the world – graduates of both CMCC and UQTR who are working in various countries.
I think it is customary to start such a report by telling you who I am.
I feel like I’m telling a story that I read about,” Paul Attalla muses when asked to look back at his participation in the Atlantic Rowing Race 2007. “I don’t feel like I’ve actually done it.”
When I was in high school, a family trip brought me to Italy for summer vacation. The experience made me feel that I wanted to return, one day, and do something important here. When I began training to be a chiropractor, I knew that was the gift that I was supposed to bring to this country.
Could you imagine selling your practice as well as most of your belongings? Could you imagine packing up your family into your van, to leave on an adventure with only a vague destination in mind? Beginning in January 1997, my wife, our six children – aged three to 12 – and I, drove from our home in Quebec, to the bottom of South America and, eventually, back home. In total, our adventure spanned a period of three years.
My name is Jennifer Frohlich and I graduated with the class of 2004. After a year of hard work in Canada I found myself on a plane travelling south, very far away from the hallways of CMCC. I landed in Sydney, then was off to Melbourne to complete the Australian Board Exams. A week later I arrived in Brisbane, where I had accepted a position in a town called Cleveland.
Dr. Sonia Rodrigue is a graduate of the chiropractic program at the Université du Québec a Trois-Rivières. Having matriculated from the program in 1999, she moved to France, where she worked, on a temporary visa, for four months. In 2001, Dr. Rodrigue, settled in France with her new husband, achieved her resident status and began working in Dinard, near Saint-Malo on the Côte d’Emeraude (Emerald Coast) in Brittany.
Dr. Gerard Clum, president of Life Chiropractic College West in the San Francisco Bay area, has also been president of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) for the past two years. As of June 7, 2008, Dr. Clum stepped down as WFC president, and Dr. Stathis Papadopolous of Cyprus was elected his successor. Canadian Chiropractor wishes Dr. Clum success in his future endeavours, and thanks him for joining us, in this issue, to discuss the profession’s development globally, and Canada’s role in this development.
Make plans now, for your association, college or practice partners to celebrate World Spine Day, October 16, 2008, with Straighten Up patient and community outreaches now.
“The ship was cheered, the harbour cleared, Merrily did we drop Below the kirk, below the hill, Below the lighthouse top.” –Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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