October 2011 SC Spinal Health Month

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Presiden Jon Schwartzbauer with Gov. Nikki HaleySouth Carolina Marks October 2011 as Spinal Health Month

Recognizing the positive impact of chiropractic in the lives of her state’s citizens and appreciating the value of more than 1,100 doctors practicing in the state, South Carolina Governor Nikki R. Haley proclaimed October 2011 as Spinal Health Month.

Sherman President Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., and South Carolina Chiropractic Association (SCCA) President Joe Carew, D.C., along with Tyrone Wallace, D.C., of Florence and Don Worley, D.C., of Clinton, were in attendance at the Governor’s official proclamation at the State House on October 25. The SCCA is a private professional association representing nearly 500 doctors of chiropractic in active practice in South Carolina.

SCCA officers

During Spinal Health Month, South Carolina citizens were encouraged to talk to a local doctor of chiropractic about natural ways to improve spinal health and enhance overall well being through chiropractic care.

SCCA Officers & Gov. Hailey
Gov. Hailey (r) reads the proclamation to (l-r) Drs. Carew, Wallace, Schwartzbauer and Worley.

“I was proud to represent Sherman College and chiropractic at Governor Haley’s proclamation of October as Spinal Health Month,” said Schwartzbauer. “We appreciate the SCCA’s initiative to increase awareness of spinal health in South Carolina, and we were happy to support them.”


SC Spinal Health Month Proclamation

Sherman College of Chiropractic
P.O. Box 1452, Spartanburg, SC 29304
www.sherman.edu - 800-849-8771

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