Sherman College of Chiropractic
Sherman Shares - April 2012


Send Your College Award Nominations Today

  • Chiropractor of the Year
  • Layperson of the Year
  • Service to the Profession Award
  • Distinguished Service Award
  • Spirit of Sherman College Award
  • Rising Star

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New Beginnings

Sherman Recruitment April 19-22

Faculty member Dr. Ron Castellucci will be speaking at New Beginnings on Thursday April 19.  The NB spring weekend is highlighting Sherman College with many prospective student events going on all weekend. Dr. Ron will be available all weekend to meet with prospective students. He asks you to e-mail your prospective student’s name to rcastellucci@sherman.edu.

Listen to Dr. Jim Dubel from New Beginnings Chiropractic Weekends on the Sherman Connect Call archive.  

Bring your prospective chiropractic student and join Sherman President Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., ROAR Director Jaime Browning, D.C., and current Sherman students for an informal, engaging chat over dinner. If you’re busy that night, don’t worry. We still welcome your student's participation.

Dr. Jon SchwartzbauerDinner with the President

Saturday, April 21
5:30 - 8 p.m.
New Beginnings
Long Branch, NJ
RSVP to Dr. Browning at 800-849-8771, ext. 220, or jbrowning@sherman.edu. 

Depice

Snag Some Spizz with the Sherman Connect Weekly Calls

Monday, 9 pm EDT
call 209-647-1600
(access code: 577840#)

These weekly calls are a free service provided by Sherman College as a resource for fellow chiropractic professionals. 

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Upcoming Connect Calls will feature: 

  • April 23: Joe Borio, D.C.
  • April 30: Christopher Kent, D.C., J.D.: Chiropractic: A Glorious Future 
  • May 7: Donald Epstein, DC: Learn to Successfully Bridge the Gap from Patients  to  Participatory Practice Members
  • May 14: Dan Yachter, D. C.: Nothing Excites More than the Principle
  • May 21: Bill Esteb: Entering the Conversation Going On In a Patient’s Head

Development Matching Campaign Update

spine signThe purpose of the Health Center Equipment Fund is to support the equipment needs of the Health Center. The college started this fund in 2007 and plans for it to become a permanent endowment at $50,000.

When the fund reaches endowment level, the earnings will be used to assist with equipment purchases for the Chiropractic Health Center while the principal will always be preserved.  We’ve already raised a third of what is needed.


Your donation will be doubled!

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Faculty members present at ACC-RAC in Las Vegas

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Sherman College faculty member Amilliah Kenya, D.C., presented her education research, entitled “Correlation between Predictors of Entering GPA, Class Scores and Pre-test Scores on NBCE Part I Scores” (Platform).

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Assistant Director of Research John Hart, D.C., M.H.S.,  presented his research “Analysis of the Patient’s Own Date: A Case Report Using Basic Statistics” (poster presentation).


picouEmployer of the Year Awarded
to Trustee Todd Picou
's Company

The Hospice and Palliative Nurses Association (HPNA) awarded Hospice Care of South Carolina Employer of the Year to  Hospice Care of South Carolina for Board Certification, employing 37.5% of all Certified Hospice and Palliative-care Licensed Nurses and 34.65% of all CHPNA’s in South Carolina.  Trustee Todd A. Picou is the founder of Hospice Care of South Carolina.  http://www.hospicecare.net/about-us


toggleTop 10 reasons to Attend Your Sherman Reunion 

10. To see if 50 year olds can still get into positions one and two
9. To show off your vintage 4-color pen
8. To re-enact your first-quarter Bagelfest song (Sing! Sing!)
7. To see if you can still climb cardiac hill
cardiac hill6. To see if it really IS a beautiful day at Sherman College
5. To revive the FAC (Friday Afternoon Club)
4. To see if your reciprocant can still toggle a tire like a champ 
3. To give your friends a high pi
2. To brush up on BJ epigrams 
1. To re-connect with like-minded people from the greatest profession in the world

Have a better reason? Email it to Marggi mroldan@sherman.edu

 


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Dr. HartBrown House Chiropractic Museum:
A Blast from the Past

by John Hart, D.C., Curator

Do you ever wonder what it was like to be a chiropractor back in the day? For example, what are the differences and similarities of yesterday’s chiropractic equipment to today’s? What was being written about chiropractic in the press, lay and professional? 

Fortunately, Sherman College preserves such materials in the Brown House Chiropractic Museum. Opened in the year 2000, the museum displays old chiropractic materials such as: analytical instrumentation, adjusting tables, magazines, and photos.

One timely display area of note consists of awards received over the years by the late Dr. Reggie Gold. If you are curious about chiropractic’s past, plan to visit the Brown House Chiropractic Museum during Lyceum, Friday and Saturday 12:45 – 1:45 PM. Admission is free.

Reggie and Arno

Remembering Reggie

Reginald R. Gold, D.C., Ph.C., referred to simply yet reverently as “Reggie” by most, died at his Bala Cynwyd, PA, home on March 24, 2012. A lecturer, philosopher, author and Sherman College benefactor, Gold traveled the globe spreading the chiropractic message and is responsible for inspiring hundreds, likely thousands, of people of all ages to pursue careers in chiropractic. He is survived by his wife of more than 50 years, Irene Gold, D.C.

“Reggie did so much to advance the profession and Sherman College,” says Sherman President Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C. “We may never see another in our profession with the ability to communicate chiropractic so clearly and effectively. Reggie touched so many lives, including mine. He will be deeply missed.”

At the request of the family, memorial donations may be made to Sherman College of Chiropractic, P.O. Box 1452, Spartanburg, SC 29304, 864-578-8770, ext 277 or 240.
https://www.sherman.edu/
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Read more and see a memorial video:
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Talk the Tic

Gearing up for Talk the TIC

Sherman students are preparing to Talk the TIC on May 10, 2012. The winner of the campus competition will represent Sherman College of Chiropractic at the national event held at Life Chiropractic College-West this year. The semi-finalists will speak at Lyceum under the Big Top during lunch on Saturday.


CCX

Spring 2012 Clinic Challenge Experience (CCX) 

 

Thirty nine interns participated in the CCX this spring. Take a look at their triumphs and community building activites in this photo album on facebook


Early Bird
Registration
Ends April 20

lyceum

Lyceum
Time to Align

DCs: save $70 Register Online

Regents, call Director of Continuing Education Adam Ashcraft for easy registration: 800-849-8771 ext. 229.


Roaring Twenties Banquet

charleston 
Flappers, Gangsters &
Wise Guys…Oh My!
Saturday Evening’s
Roaring 20s Banquet at the Marriott
– Live Band! 
May 26, 7:30 p.m. – 12 a.m.

23-Skidoo to the Lyceum Banquet only $25 per person.  Costume is not required, but you can have some fun doing the Charleston and visiting the speakeasy bar.
It’s the Bee’s Knees!


Blood Drive at the
Sherman Health Center
health center

April 30, 1-5 pm
Free T-Shirt
Free Patient Visit


ROAR
Are you
ROARing
for Sherman
?

Promote your practice
while you share chiropractic
as a profession.


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