November 2013 - Sherman College of Chiropractic
New Regents Welcomed
Sherman College welcomes and thanks the following individuals who joined the Sherman College Board of Regents between Oct. 8 and Nov. 1, 2013.
Brigette Bowler, D.C., Ferndale, MI
David Espinoza, D.C., Marietta, GA
Israel Maldonado, D.C., Boca Raton, FL
Levi Pulver, D.C., Spring Lake, MI
Members of the Board of Regents provide for the advancement of Sherman College with annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Corporate Regent members provide annual gifts of $5,000 or more. When you join this group you become a partner with the college, helping to extend Sherman’s influence in the world. We invite you to partner with us as well.
Sherman to Host Business After Hours on Thursday, Nov. 21.
The Chamber's most popular networking event, Business After Hours, is held the third Thursday of each month, hosted this month by Sherman College. There is no cost to attend, and no reservations are needed.
Be sure to bring plenty of business cards and join us for great food, drinks, giveaways and networking in the Scallon Building Atrium on November 21, from 5:30-7:00 pm.
Angela Banks Benefit Dinner
By Kayla Minniear
Sherman student Angela Banks and her family, husband, Larry, and children, Logan and Emma, relocated to Spartanburg from Winchester, KY, for Angela to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a chiropractor.
Shortly after beginning this endeavor, Angela was diagnosed with stage IV cancer in her abdomen. Angela decided to pursue alternative treatments at Home for Health Lifestyle Center in Stanton, KY.
In an effort to subsidize the expense of treatment, Angela's classmates and Chiropractic Student Government Secretary Wendy Parker combined efforts and organized a benefit supper and silent auction on October 22.
Generous donations toward the auction included chiropractic care packages from faculty members Drs. Bill Decken, Kevin Power, and Charles Kenya; as well as various gift certificates from area restaurants, a plethora of gift baskets, services varying from massage to photography, and much more.
Profits of $1,053 and $2,018 from the dinner and auction, respectively, combined with monetary donations from Sherman College students, faculty members, staff, community members, and the DE Warriors totaled $4957.
"My Sherman family has helped save my life, said Angela. "To be surrounded by people who share my values of natural healing gave me abundant strength and I am forever grateful." The family has set up a donation page, www.angelsforangela.org, for anyone interested in supporting her fight.
Access Health Selects
Sherman College Health Center as First Chiropractic Partner
The Sherman College Chiropractic Health Center has become the first chiropractic partner of Access Health of Spartanburg. Access Health is a non-profit corporation serving the medically underserved population in Spartanburg County. Access Health staff screens patients and sends them to the proper healthcare provider based on the patient’s presentation.
The health center currently receives a set number of referral patients monthly from Access Health and delivers chiropractic care to this population. Dean of Clinics Adam Morrell, D.C., says the program has been in effect since July of this year. “We have been getting excellent feedback from Access patients and staff as well as our own interns, faculty and staff,” he shares.
Access Health, in turn, reports nothing but compliments from its staff and the patients. The organization recently collected several testimonials about patient care at the Chiropractic Health Center:
“[My intern] is an angel. She graduates in December and is thinking about opening a practice here locally. I hope she does, because she is good!
“They are very professional. They treated me kind, and I didn’t feel any type of stigma because I was on an assistance type program. It was great.
“They said my headaches weren’t really headaches, but that they were upper neck pain. I woke up every day with headache. Now I don’t wake up with headaches anymore.”
For more about Access Health, visit the web site.
Schubel Vision Seminars for 2014
Following its inaugural programs in 2013, Schubel Vision Seminars is more enthusiastic than ever to travel the nation and impart excellence in communication skills. The year 2014 will see Schubel Vision Seminars in Spartanburg, SC, on July 11-12 Read for more seminar dates...
Schubel Vision Seminars’ vision is to create caring, loving, and inspiring individuals who are crucial to the transformation of this planet. The organization gathers chiropractic speakers whose purpose is to provide the latest strategies for success in chiropractic and maintains an unwavering commitment to assist in the success of every attendee and speaker.
Visit www.schubelvisionworldwide.com/seminars.html to register and for further details about the event.
Continuing Education at Sherman January 25, 2014
Help with ICD-10 Coding for Chiropractors
With an emphasis on a subluxation-based practice, this class will give you the tools you’ll need to make the transition to ICD-10 painless and relevant to how you practice. Classes will be held once a month on the Sherman College campus from January 2014 to September 2014.
To register, call Stacy Bradey at 800-849-8771 x. 229.
Dr. John Davila is an expert in documentation and medical necessity, and considered the foremost authority on compliance issues as they relate to chiropractic practice. See more at: http://www.sherman.edu/continuing-education/chiropractic-coding.asp
Koren Specific Technique Seminar at Sherman, Jan. 25
What will you learn at a Tedd Koren Seminar?
The philosophical foundation for vitalistic care and how to apply it using a protocol that is in harmony with chiropractic principles
A unique and specific analysis procedure using the occipital drop (OD) that quickly locates priority subluxations
The proper order in which to adjust subluxations
The posture of subluxation (POS) and its connection to effective care
Cranial adjusting, disc correction and extremity care
To register, call Stacy Bradey at 800-849-8771 x. 229 register.
Sherman is Awake with Drake
Sunday mornings from 9:30 to 10, listeners in Spartanburg and around the world are getting to know Sherman College and learning more about chiropractic and its vital and expanding role in health care today.
College faculty, staff and students are serving as weekly guests on the “Awake with Drake” show, which airs on 910 AM and 105.7 FM (out-of-towners can listen online). During these calls, listeners will hear:
- Information about chiropractic and Sherman College
- Chiropractic health talks by interns and faculty
- Relevant updates on current college initiatives
- Details about community service projects and events
- Advantages of a career in chiropractic
- And more! http://www.sherman.edu/home/awake-with-drake.asp
Talk the Tic
From left: Guthrie Schroeder (Sherman), Brett Jones (Life West), Dr. Eric Van Slooten, Brady Salcido (SCUHS), Boo Burnier (Life), and Jean-Phillipe Mercier (Parker).
Dr. Erik Van Slooten had a dream that students from all chiropractic colleges would join together to do lay lectures in a fun, competitive environment. He created Talk the Tic in November 2006 to help raise awareness of the chiropractic profession. This year, Sherman hosted the final Talk the ‘TIC competition and had 5 competitors from across the nation. The winner was Brady Salcido from Southern California University of Health Sciences
Sherman’s campus was filled with new faces October 18-19. Along with the Talk the Tic contestants, prospective students and their families experienced Activate…Your Future!
The weekend’s events included attending technique and philosophy classes taught by Sherman faculty along with lectures on business and leadership taught by Board of Trustees members Peter Kevorkian, D.C, and Liam Schübel, D.C. One highlight of the weekend was the tour of local apartments to help incoming students transition to their new homes away from home.
Sherman College of Chiropractic held its 10th annual International Research and Philosophy Symposium (IRAPS) on campus October 19-20. Attendees heard from 24 researchers who presented their findings.
IRAPS is a great opportunity for researchers who excel in the art of locating and correcting vertebral subluxation to share the information they glean from their research. The attendees walked away with information to use in their own practices and new ideas for future research. In addition, attendees mentored prospective students over lunch and attended a Saturday evening social to network and get to know each other.
Sherman College has created a committee for IRAPS 2014 and is interested in gathering feedback. If you have suggestions for the future event being held October 18-19, 2014, please contact the Office of Continuing Education. We look forward to receiving a record number of abstracts and hosting IRAPS on campus in 2014, and we want to make this event the best to date.
To learn about future continuing education events, contact Stacy Bradey, Director of Continuing Education, at (800) 849-8771, ext. 229. For more information, visithttp://www.sherman.edu/continuing-education
Sherman Pride Day:
Sherman Shuffle Makes Its Debut
(left) The Cordero family displays their Sherman Pride with Larry the Lion on Sherman Pride Day, Oct. 28. During a suprise all-school assembly, students gathered for doughnuts, music and a dance lesson.
(right) DC2B Chase Fowler created a line dance, the Sherman Shuffle, which was learned and performed by the students and Larry the Sherman Pride. Click the image to see the video or go to https://vimeo.com/78101997
New Board Member
Kim R. Stetzel, D.C.
Kim R. Stetzel, D.C., is a second generation chiropractor. Her father, Dr. Edward Rahuba, graduated from the Chiropractic Institute of NY in 1959. She practices with her husband, Greg Stetzel, D.C., Sherman, '83. The couple are regents of Sherman College, and have two children who are working on their bachelor's degrees before starting chiropractic school. Dr. Kim has a second business which produces educational and inspirational handouts for chiropractors to give their practice members. She is a founding member of the League of Chiropractic Women (LCW). In her off time, she likes going to the shore, photography, desktop publishing and working out.
ROARING for Sherman
Did you know…ROAR D.C.s, Roar Student Leaders and the Admissions team have attended more than 80 career and graduate fairs to date in AL, CA, CT, FL, GA, IN, KY, MI, NC, NE, NJ, NY, OH, PA, SC, TN, UT, Puerto Rico and Costa Rica.
New Date for Lyceum:
May 1-3, 2014 - FUEL the VISION
Mark your calendars! Lyceum 2014 is scheduled for May 1-3, 2014. Same great speakers, same wonderful SPIZZ, and still all the CE you can handle.
Save the Date: October 18 & 19, 2014
Second Quarter Social
On October 22, Admissions hosted a 2nd quarter social.
It was a time for them to come and talk about their admissions process and also share words of wisdom to future students.
Here are the top 5 ways to prepare for chiropractic college according to the summer 2013 students:
- Focus on class. Don't get involved in too many things the first quarter.
- Study and review from the beginning.
- Stay ahead in your classes.
- Ask questions.
- Ask upper-quarter students what your first tests will be like.
New Board Member
Anthony Lawhon has been a lawyer for over 20 years. His current practice primarily focuses on commercial trial work involving the protection and prosecution of copyright infringement claims for architects and designers all around the country who have had their copyrighted architectural designs copied without their permission. He has handled hundreds of these types of claims, and represented clients in many different states, including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia, Alabama, Colorado, California, and Utah.
He is married to Megan and they have three children. His hobbies include anything competitive, such as golf, ping pong, and pick-up basketball, as well as reading and traveling.
Dr. Pengju "George" Luo Publishes Nanodot Research
An article "Photoactivatable Carbon Nanodots for Cancer Therapy" has been published by Petras Juzenas, Andrius Kleinauskas, Sherman Director of Research Pengju George Luo, and Ya-Ping Sun in Applied Physics Letters by AIP Publishing. The abstract can be read here.
CCC Welcomes First Quarter Students
Christian Chiropractic Club hosted first quarter students for a welcome lunch on October 23. Guest speakers were Dr. Bill Decken and Dr. Amiliah Kenya, encouraging students not to neglect the spiritual aspect of who we are and to utilize the resources of the Student Success Dept. CCC's community of faith serves the students and staff of Sherman in God-honoring ways.
Dr. Amiliah Kenya, Chair of the Student Success Department and long-time friend of CCC
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