Archives for: "News - January, 2011" [8 items]
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  • Dr. Eric Russell to Assume Presidency of New Zealand College of Chiropractic

    Dr. Eric G. Russell is the new president of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, becoming the first Chiropractic Philosophy diplomate to be named president of a chiropractic college. He is a 1996 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic and

  • A.V.I.D. students visit Florida Campus

    Fifty students from Heritage Middle School in Deltona, Fla., near Port Orange, toured the Florida Campus on Jan. 7. The seventh and eighth graders are all members of Advancement Via Individual Determination (A.V.I.D.). A.V.I.D. students are the first generation within

  • Palmer pride abounds during Florida Campus Clinic Open House

    City officials, local chiropractors, members of the media, current and former patients and area citizens gathered recently at Palmer's Florida Campus Clinic’s Open House. Designed to showcase the newly renovated clinic to the community, the open house, held on Jan.

  • Campus Health Center Changes Beginning in Spring 2011

    The transition from learning in the classroom to practicing in the clinic as an intern is a challenge even for the most astute student. In an effort to improve that experience, the Campus Health Center (CHC) is changing the Clinical

  • 87-year-old chiropractor still making house calls

    ( At 87 years old, Plymouth, Ind., chiropractor and Palmer College alumnus John Bottorff, '55, not only continues to practice, he still makes house calls. He says he's a testament to the benefits of chiropractic adjustments.Read the full story here

  • West Campus alumnus Dr. Aaron Hinde, '03, voted 'Favorite' Chiropractor four years in a row

    West Campus alumnus Dr. Aaron Hinde, '03, a Scotts Valley Chiropractor that serves Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley and San Lorenzo Valley’s residents for over 8 years now has been voted "Favorite" chiropractor by the PressBanner newspaper in 2010, making it

  • Scott County Kids offers $250,000 in child care scholarships

    Scott County Kids is awarding more than $250,000 in child care scholarships for Scott County families who are attending school, working or looking for work. The bulk of the funds have been provided by the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment

  • Palmer’s Florida Campus Graduates Nineteenth Class

    The Florida Campus graduated its nineteenth class on Dec. 17, 2010, at the News Journal Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. The commencement address was given by Teri L. Payton, D.C., Director of Chiropractic Sciences. Donald Gran, D.C., M.S. Ed., Dean

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