Dr. Michael Tunning awarded 'Outstanding New ICS Member'
Michael Tunning, D.C. (Davenport '06), received the Iowa Chiropractic Society's "Outstanding New ICS Member" award at their annual meeting April 21-22. Dr. Tunning works at Palmer College in the Diagnostics and Radiology Department.
The Iowa Chiropractic Society (ICS) announced its 2012 award recipients at the 2012 Annual Convention on April 21, in Des Moines. Nominated by their peers, several professional awards are presented each year to members who make a significant difference in the profession.
Michael Tunning, D.C., (Davenport '06), ATC, was awarded the ICS Outstanding New Member Award in recognition for his role in re-introducing the Iowa Club, a student organization at Palmer College aimed at professional involvement. He is an assistant professor in Palmer's Diagnosis and Radiology Department.
"Dr. Tunning has been a great asset to the Iowa Chiropractic Society. His tremendous leadership and dedication has helped to advance the profession," said Daniel D. Garrett, Executive Director of the Iowa Chiropractic Society.
Founded in 1964, The Iowa Chiropractic Society is the only professional membership organization serving doctors of chiropractic in Iowa. The Society is the leader in advocating for the rights of chiropractic patients and the doctors who serve them.
Photo: Dr. Michael Tunning (left) with outgoing President of the Iowa Chiropractic Society Dr. Russell Cox.