President Edwin Cordero, D.C.
“Our illustrious father placed this Chiropractic trust in our keeping … to protect as he would also have you do. As he passed on, so will we….You have in your possession a sacred trust. Guard it well.” – B.J. Palmer, D.C., Developer of Chiropractic
These words from B.J. Palmer have taken on great significance for me as president of Sherman College of Chiropractic.
Not only do I have a duty to my profession as a doctor of chiropractic, but I am responsible for guiding the direction of a chiropractic college I believe has profoundly influenced – and will continue to shape – the chiropractic profession. Sherman’s doctor of chiropractic program is rich in philosophy and unique in its approach to health care. Sherman graduates have a reputation for “good hands,” for being highly skilled in their delivery of the chiropractic adjustment and for thoroughly understanding and embracing the philosophy of chiropractic.
Sherman College provides students with a well-rounded chiropractic education – rooted in the philosophy, science and art – that prepares them to become chiropractors who are compassionate, ethical and successful. I intend for Sherman College to become the pre-eminent chiropractic school in the world, and I look forward to increasing the visibility of the college and multiplying its impact.
Dr. Edwin Cordero began his tenure as the fifth president of Sherman College of Chiropractic in January 2013 and is responsible for guiding the direction of a chiropractic college he believes has profoundly influenced – and will continue to shape – the chiropractic profession. He ran a successful chiropractic office for 19 years, frequently speaks at key industry events, and is dedicated to serving the profession, having participated in many humanitarian chiropractic mission trips. He is bilingual in Spanish and English and served as chiropractor for the Costa Rican team in the Central American Olympic Games for eight years. The Florida Chiropractic Society named him Chiropractor of the Year in 2011.