the Best Fit for Lacrosse Official
Eames, D.C., ’02
Chiropractic does not involve body fluids. That is one reason Jenn Eames chose
it over sports medicine, dentistry and athletic training.
she was looking for a career, student-athlete Eames wanted to work with people
in health services. She was looking for a job that would both promote healthy
living and allow her time and opportunity to explore her many interests, especially
her favorite sports. After experiencing chiropractic care while in college,
she found chiropractic to be the best fit. Read more...
Alumni Help Recruit the Future of Chiropractic
Coordinator of new student recruitment
The recruiting efforts of Sherman College have been strengthened by the passion,
dedication and knowledge of many of our alumni, and we are very appreciative
of everyone’s participation. While many of our D.C.s have met with prospective
students in their offices, others have attended graduate and career fairs at
colleges in their area..
As the admission counselor for Sherman College, I work regularly with prospective
students and applicants on the admission process. But I also have the chance
to work with some of our alumni in conjunction with admission events or shadowing
opportunities for our prospective students. It is great to hear about the connections
that form between past graduates and future students of Sherman College! Read
Bendall, Admission representative
One of the key things we do
while out on the road is visit schools and colleges, but we also love to visit
Sherman College Alumni. It is important for the college to keep in touch with
our graduated doctors. They are crucial to the survival of the college and
for what it stands for. Read
in Vegas, Jan. 29-30
Unleash your Power to Success with Reggie
Gold, D.C. and Joe Borio, D.C. at the Las Vegas Hilton. CE credits are
available for all events.
Register at http://www.chiropassionconsulting.com/
$97 with spouse or staff
$47 for each additional staff member
$17 for students (must present ID)
Friday 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Saturday 8:30am -
Band of Brothers: Chiropractic Powers Across the Globe
by Charlotte Babb
A long time ago (1950s) in a land far, far away (Australia), a family lived
and worked on a farm far from the city. They lived a simple life, and because
of their knowledge of the innate forces of nature, they preferred chiropractic
health care for themselves and for their five sons.
As the sons grew up, they chose different occupations for themselves, but
each one found, eventually, that chiropractic was the career path that would
lead them to their goals. Read
Research Department Welcomes Your Ideas and Projects
As the new director of research at Sherman, Pengju "George" Luo,
M.D., M.S., Ph.D., along with assistant director John Hart, D.C., M.H.Sc., and
research associate Lafayette Briggs, D.C., M.T., invites students, faculty and
alumni to use the services of the department to develop the body of knowledge
Research department personnel are eager to learn about the various research
interests of students and faculty. Our job is to help you achieve your research
goals. . Students who have ideas for research projects are encouraged to come
by and discuss the possibilities, and even if they don’t have a clear idea what
to research but want to help, Luo says he’ll happily match them with on-going
May 27-29, Sherman Campus - Fun, Passion, CE Credits
Why are YOU coming to
Here's a preview of the speakers who
will be here this year:
- Dr. Jeannie Ohm is
the Executive Coordinator and Executive Secretary for the International Chiropractic
Pediatric Association (I.C.P.A.)
- Daniel J. Murphy D.C., DABCO was honored as
ICA’s 2009 Chiropractor of the Year
- Shane Walker, D.C., is the
president of Federation of Straight Chiropractors and Organizations.
Share your passion with us and take action us by sending a short video from
your phone or camera.
(1MB – about 30 seconds max) to email@example.com or
post them on our
Lyceum facebook page.
World Congress of Chiropractic Students:
Unity Is Happening Now
by Jonathan “Sem” Holloway
More than 100 students filled the ballroom at the Crown Plaza in Auckland,
New Zealand on a cool, cloudy morning in August of 2009. They gathered for the
World Congress of Chiropractic Students; combined they traveled more than 100,000
miles to entrench themselves in the future of the chiropractic profession. Those
few souls represented the 12,000 current students learning chiropractic on 6
continents. They carried the voice and concerns for the growth of chiropractic.
Who could have experienced what happened at WCCS 2009 and not be changed forever?
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