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Dr. Martin honored for lifetime achievement

Dr. Martin, Davenport ’68, with his award.
Dr. Martin holding award in front of wall timeline

Port Orange Campus President Peter Martin, D.C., was recently recognized for a lifetime of contributions to the chiropractic field by the Connecticut Chiropractic Council during its annual meeting.

“It was indeed my sincere honor and privilege to recognize Dr. Peter Martin at our annual meeting as the recipient of our Lifetime Achievement Award,” said George B. Curry, D.C., F.I.C.A., chairman of the Connecticut Chiropractic Council and president of the International Chiropractors Association, in presenting the award.

“For over four decades, Dr. Martin has worked tirelessly in the field of chiropractic education. He has provided an umbrella of quality education under which thousands of students have earned their D.C. degrees. It is not surprising that under Dr. Martin's leadership and constant focus on excellence in education, that Palmer’s Port Orange campus has been one of the fastest-growing chiropractic institutions in the country.”

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