FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 12, 2007
Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center VP Clusserath Elected FSCO President
Vice President of Chiropractic Health Services Michael Clusserath, D.C.
Sherman College Vice
President of the Chiropractic Health Services
Michael Clusserath, B.S., D.C., was elected to
serve as president of the Federation of Straight
Chiropractors and Organizations at a recent
board meeting. The announcement was made by Dick
Plummer, D.C., FSCO’s Chairman of the Board.
Clusserath joined Sherman College in early 2000 as an assistant professor and health center faculty member. He is a 1987 graduate of Palmer Chiropractic College West and a 1982 graduate of Washington State University, where he majored in zoology. Before joining the faculty at Sherman, he maintained a private practice for 11 years in Covington, WA. His interests include running and spending time with his family.
Clusserath has served Sherman as an Association of Chiropractic College/Research Agenda Conference peer reviewer (reading articles and providing feedback prior to publication) and as a National Board of Chiropractic Examiner test committee member. He has been published in the Journal of Chiropractic Humanities with articles related to vertebral subluxation, chiropractic philosophy, and the power of the nerve system and has been a speaker at chiropractic research and philosophy conferences. The college presented him with the Service to Sherman College Award in 2005.
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