April 25, 2007
"It’s Not Your Grandfather’s Chiropractic” Chiropractic Legend Dr. Reggie Gold to Lead Community Workshop at Sherman College
|When:||Wednesday, May 23, from 7-8 p.m.||
|Who:||People of all ages and backgrounds who want to learn how chiropractic can benefit them by contributing to their overall health and helping their bodies perform at their best.|
|Speaker:||Reggie Gold is known worldwide for his many presentations over the past 40 years as a dynamic chiropractic lecturer and educator, inspiring and educating chiropractic patients, chiropractors and their staffs. His doctoral thesis was The Triune of Life, a document that has since been published and used as a philosophy text at many chiropractic colleges.|
|Why:||You’ll learn how chiropractic can help you by removing nerve interference and allowing your body to express its maximum potential for health. Attendees will also
• Receive a free visit coupon to the college’s on-
campus Health Center
• Benefit from a free spinal screening and analysis
• Have a chance to win door prizes and enjoy light
|Where:||Under the large tent on the campus of Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic, located at 2020 Springfield Road in Spartanburg. This event is part of Lyceum, the college’s annual homecoming celebration and continuing education event. In case of rain, the workshop will be moved indoors.|
|Directions:||From downtown Spartanburg, take Pine Street (Hwy. 176) North toward Inman. After crossing over both Interstate 85s (business and bypass), go about a mile. Ingles will be on your right. At the traffic light by Ingles, turn right onto Springfield Road. Sherman College is about 1½ miles on the right.|
|Contact:||Linda Price, Director of Community Relations
864-578-8770, ext. 269
|More Info:||Interns under direct supervision of licensed chiropractors provide quality chiropractic care to many upstate South Carolina residents through 30,000 visits to the college’s on-campus Chiropractic Health Center each year. Free care is provided to a limited number of patients in financial need. Chiropractic health talks are held daily. Hours are Monday - Thursday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.; Friday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.; and most Saturdays 9 a.m. - noon.|
|Online:||To find out more about Lyceum, go to www.sherman.edu/lyceum.
For more about the Chiropractic Health Center, go to www.sherman.edu/HC.
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