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Summer 2009

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Anthony Fields with Dr. Gringeri

Whenever the Australian children’s musical group The Wiggles tours the western U.S., members of the troupe receive chiropractic care from Richard Gringeri, D.C.,’87, right. His association with the group began when member Anthony Fields, developed severe back pain and headaches while in San Jose. Mr. Fields is writing a healthy family diet book that contains text by Dr. Gringeri.


Dr. Jørn T. Jensen, ’94, Los Gatos, Calif, was the captain of the Chiropractic Racing Team, May 2-3, 2009, in which his 10-member team ran a total of 200 miles from Calistoga to Santa Cruz, Calif. The race is a fundraiser for Organs ‘R’ Us, a nonprofit organization promoting the need for organ donors. Phone: (408) 356-5800; e-mail:


Dr. Gustavo Saavedra, ’02, Camino Real, J.A., Mexico, and his wife, Sian Trombley-Saaverda, had a son, Emilio Saavedra on Nov. 22, 2009. Phone: +(33) 12-04-43-39; e-mail: drgsaavedra@

Dr. Jarrett Grunstein, ’05, Palm Harbor, Fla., recently completed his second year as team chiropractor for the Toronto Blue Jays during Spring Training in Dunedin, Fla. This year he began treating the Blue Jays’ Class A squad, the Dunedin Blue Jays. Phone: (408) 757-4738; e-mail:

Dr. Joe Criscuola, ’06, Wake Forest, N.C., and his wife, Jil, had a son, Leo Joseph, on April 3, 2009. Phone: (919) 453-0367; Website: www.

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