Boulder Chiropractor Appointed to
Board of Trustees at Sherman College
Boulder, CO, chiropractor Daniel M. Knowles, III, has joined the Board of Trustees.
Knowles, owner of Network Family Wellness Center in Boulder, is a 1996 Sherman
College graduate and also holds a bachelor’s degree from New York University.
The Board of Trustees at Sherman College of Chiropractic is a visionary group
of professionals dedicated to carrying out the college’s mission, goals and objectives
to educate chiropractors, conduct relevant research and serve humanity with high
quality health care. Members are elected to serve a four-year term.
“I am grateful to serve the advancement of chiropractic through the country’s
leading chiropractic college and my alma mater, Sherman College,” Knowles said
of his appointment to the board. “The world needs top-notch doctors of chiropractic
to better serve the public’s health care needs, and by serving on the board,
I aim to help fill that need.”
Knowles is a member of the Colorado Chiropractic Association, the International
Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations (IFCO) and the World Chiropractic
Alliance. He is member, former chairman and member of the board of directors
of the Colorado Chiropractic Wellness Alliance, and he has completed Network
Spinal Analysis Certification Parts I, II and III. In addition, he is a member
of the Association for Network Care, Toastmasters International and Zeta Psi
He is also a member of the Sherman College Board of Regents, a group of individuals
dedicated to supporting quality chiropractic education at Sherman through their
financial donations. He has been named Chiropractor of the Month by On Purpose
in 2006, Best Practitioner of the Upstate (South Carolina) by Creative Loafing
in 1998, and an Unsung Hero of Straight Chiropractic by the IFCO in 1995. At
Sherman College, Knowles received the Clinical Excellence Award at his graduation
in 1996 and was named Outstanding Student of the Year in 1995.
He has made presentations at the Network Spinal Analysis Certification Level
Intensive, the Association for Network Chiropractic Convention, Sherman College’s
Lyceum continuing education programs, and he has also spoken at numerous assemblies
for chiropractic students. Knowles is a mentor coach for Madeira Success Strategies
and also currently serves as a teaching assistant Network Spinal Analysis Seminars,
a series of programs providing continuing education credit for doctors of chiropractic.
Knowles and his wife, Richelle, also a doctor of chiropractic and Sherman College
graduate, live in Boulder with their two children, Daniel Marshall Knowles IV
and Anika Louise Knowles.