Archives for: "News - August, 2013" [22 items]
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  • Palmer College takes stand in favor of WSCA ‘scope of care’ legislation

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/WSCA.jpgThe following letter from Chancellor Dennis Marchiori, D.C., Ph.D., was sent Aug. 30 to the Washington State Department of Health in support of the Washington State Chiropractic Association’s efforts to clarify chiropractic scope of practice in Washington.

  • Palmer Community Connection - Fall 2013 Tour

    Stay connected with Palmer College of Chiropractic—with our leaders, our faculty, staff, and your fellow alumni—and help us connect with the best and brightest prospective students. 

  • Dr. Roger Hynes and Dr. Alana Callender attain AHC posts

    Roger Hynes, D.C., D.Ph.C.S., F.I.C.A., associate professor of Technique History for Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Davenport Campus, was elected president of the Association for the History of Chiropractic. Senior Director for Palmer History Alana Callender, Ed.D., was appointed as executive director of the AHC.

  • What's your chiropractic miracle?

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/happyhealthy.jpgCan chiropractic care perform miracles? Your patients think so!

  • Are you celebrating the birthday of chiropractic?

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/FirstAdjustmentMarker.jpgSeptember 18, 1895, is recognized as the "birthday" of modern chiropractic. Chiropractors throughout the world celebrate the day in their practices.

  • Photos with B.J. Palmer - Homecoming 2013

    Did you have your photo taken with the life size (though slightly taller)  B.J. Palmer during Homecoming on Palmer's Davenport Campus?

  • History in every corner on the Davenport Campus

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/HistoryDisplay.jpgIt seems every time you turn a corner in Vickie Anne Palmer Hall (VAPH), you see a historical exhibit. This is thanks to Senior Director of Palmer Foundation for Chiropractic History Alana Callender, Ed.D. You can also find exhibits in various locations around the Davenport Campus.

  • Palmer dedicates Monte’s Café on Florida Campus

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/MontesCafeFL2013.jpgOn Wednesday, Aug. 21, the Florida Campus of Palmer College held a ribbon-cutting ceremony designating the café in the Standard Process Student Center as Monte’s Café, as a tribute to Dr. Monte Greenawalt.

  • Calling all Palmer chiropractors: What's on your mind?

    We are seeking Palmer alumni guest bloggers to share their thoughts and experiences for the Alumni Views blog.

  • Palmer thanks alumni for outstanding efforts

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/50yrReunionHCD2013.jpgThe Palmer Alumni Office would like to thank those alumni who went the extra mile to make the class reunions and other special events such fantastic events during this year's Homecoming.

  • Students lauded, encouraged to serve veterans through Stand Down

    Several times a year, a team of interns and clinicians from the Florida Campus travel to provide chiropractic care at “Stand Down,” a day of respite and service for homeless veterans.

  • 'Palmerpalooza 2013' showcases West Campus

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/Palmerpalooza1.jpgPalmer College’s West Campus recently hosted “Palmerpalooza 2013,” its annual summertime recruitment event, which brought approximately 150 guests – including 70 prospective students to San Jose.

  • Former Navy SEAL wows the Homecoming crowd

    /uploadedImages/Pages/News_and_Events/_file/WasdinHCD2013.jpgA former Navy SEAL wowed the crowd, an Olympic chiropractor went for the gold, and Palmer College formed a tribe at Palmer’s Davenport Campus Homecoming 2013 Aug. 8-10.

  • Palmer Bookstore – Your resource for success

    Did you know that the Palmer Bookstores are dedicated to not only our students, faculty and staff, but also to all of our alumni and doctors of chiropractic around the world?

  • Palmer statement on recent media coverage of back pain study

     Back painYou may have noticed recent media coverage (July 30 NBC Today Show, NBC Nightly News and National Public Radio) on the topic of back pain. The stories cited the results of a July 29 JAMA Internal Medicine article, and although they were generally favorable to conservative approaches to managing back pain, they didn’t refer to chiropractic specifically.

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