Sherman Shares - August 2010
Chiropractic to the World:
Houpt shares Haiti Chiropractic Mission Trip Experience
by Marggi Roldan
with Katie Aita Houpt, D.C.
“I was most deeply reminded of how lucky I am,” says Dr. Katie Houpt after
she returned from a recent trip to Haiti where she volunteered her time and travel
to care for hundreds of Haitian adults and children still living in tent cities
following a devastating earthquake in January. She and other chiropractors are
making the trip through Mission Life International organized by Dr. Peter Morgan.
Houpt says she met Morgan at a New Beginnings Seminar and learned about his
efforts to help the Haitians.. Read more
about Katie and the trip to Haiti
Meet the Trustees: Dr. John Hilpisch, Chairman
John Hilpisch likes to say he discovered chiropractic in 1991 after attending
an A.D.I.O. seminar. This 1987 graduate of Northwestern College of Chiropractic
is a native of Lake Elmo, MN. He is well-known for his love and teaching of upper
cervical chiropractic and practice of the Blair technique. He opened a private
practice in 1998 and has practiced there since. Hilpisch is certified board proficient
in the Blair technique.
Dr. Hilpisch attended his first Sherman College Lyceum in 1992. The energy and
passion he felt on campus from the students, alumni, faculty and staff made him
feel as though he found a new home. The sense of belonging and a desire to help
preserve the mission of Sherman is what prompted him to apply for a position on
the Board of Trustees here. Read more about Dr. Hilpisch
Alumnus Burcon to Present Research in Japan
Michael T. Burcon, D.C., will present his paper, “Cervical Specific Protocol
and Results for 300 Meniere’s Patients,” to the Sixth International Symposium
on Meniere’s Disease in Kyoto, Japan, on November 16. His topic will be the
novel treatment of inner ear diseases. Burcon is a 1998 Sherman alumnus practicing
in Grand Rapids, MI.
Burcon began researching Meniere’s Disease (MD) 10 years ago after having
three MD patients quickly experience relief from vertigo under upper cervical
specific chiropractic care. Read more about Dr. Burcon and Meniere's Disease.
September 30 - October 3, 2010
20th Anniversary Chiropractic Celebration
Ocean Place Resort & Plaza,
Long Branch, NJ
24 hours of CE credit available
Sherman will be hosting a reception for
regents, alumni and students. Prospective students are also invited to attend.
Sherman is also planning to have a prospective student event following the
reception. Current Sherman students, please contact Dr. Browning at firstname.lastname@example.org to
notify that you will be at NB.
Sherman President Jon Schwartzbauer, D.C., joins a number of alumni and
other chiropractors in New Jersey to promote the college and chiropractic.
Presenting at New Beginnings will be:
- President Dr. Jon Schwartzbauer '97
- Trustee Dr. Liam Schubel
- Dr. Arno Burnier '77
- Dr. Bill Decken '86
- Dr. Nalyn Marcus '90
- Dr. Jeanne Ohm '81, Penn College
Step up and step out of your comfort zone.
Help protect and preserve chiropractic.
Bring a prospective student to this chiropractic weekend – it will change
your life and theirs!
DC registration: http://www.newbeginningschiro.com/?p=dc_registration
Student registration: http://www.newbeginningschiro.com/index.php?p=student_reg
Jasen Van Dyke Wins $700 CCA Auxiliary Scholarship
First place was awarded to Sherman student Jasen Van Dyke for his essay
"How God Guided Me into Chiropractic" in the Christian Chiropractors
Association Auxiliary Scholarship contest. The essay was chosen from 16 entries
from several chiropractic colleges. Jasen shares his journey as a parent
of a child diagnosed with cerebral palsy who at age three began receiving
chiropractic care. Jasen's observations of the results of care for the child
of a friend, and for his daughter and his wife, led him to change career
from teaching to studying chiropractic. He
is currently in his fourth quarter. "I excitedly wait," Jasen says, "for
the privilege of serving others." Read
the winning essay on the CCA website.
ACP is a one year program and serves as the first year of study towards the
Diplomate in Chiropractic Philosophical Standards (DPhCS). Tentative dates
are Nov 20-21, 2010, and Jan 15-16, Apr 16-17, Jul 16-17 and Nov 4-6, 2011.
If there is enough interest, 4 live modules will meet in the Minneapolis
area with the final module and graduation held on Sherman’s campus. Registration
registration form at www.sherman.edu/acp
Contact Missy Sandor, 800-849-8771
x. 229 ~ "Like"
ACP page on Facebook
Upper Cervical Academy Core Seminar 2, Sept. 17-18
Upper Cervical Philosophy/History/Literature Review
Learn the philosophy and history that led to the Upper
Cervical Revolution and how to find research and data to support what you
do in your practice. Register
2011 ACC-RAC Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: September 1
“Integration” is the theme of the Association of Chiropractic Colleges-Research
Agenda Conference (ACC-RAC) on March 17-19, 2011, at Caesar’s Palace in Las
Vegas. Scientific paper contributions may focus on other topics such as clinical
research, basic science, or educational research.https://www.openconf.org/accrac2011/openconf.php
A helpful definition of integration is available in Health Care Transitions:
A Review of Integrated, Integrative, and Integration Concepts in the Journal
of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics available at http://download.journals.elsevierhealth.com/pdfs/journals/0161-4754/PIIS0161475409002978.pdf
- SABCA Soul Food Sale-Thursday, Sept. 2
- 2010 Hog Jog 5K/2K Run/Walk Union county
Fairgrounds, Sept. 11, 2010, 8am. Prizes awarded by Uniquely Union Festival
- CollegeFest Sept.
17, free tickets for
food, music & fun
Prospective Students Shadow Sherman
College’s most recent Shadow an Intern Day was held on Thursday, July 29. The
college welcomed six students and their guests to campus to enjoy lunch in
the Scallon Building Atrium before pairing them up with interns for an afternoon
in the Chiropractic Health Center. This event is designed to be small
and personal so the prospective students can benefit from the one-on-one
interaction with their interns.
students were able to observe patient visits, sit in on classes, tour the
x-ray suite and experience all the daily responsibilities of an intern. By
all reports, the students had a great day, and the only complaint was that
the day was over too soon! Shadow an Intern Days are held in February
and July each year.
Save the Date!
Pride of Sherman Tour
Pride of Sherman Tour will be November 12-13 on the Sherman campus. This
two-day event provides prospective students with the opportunity to explore
the chiropractic program at Sherman College. They will participate in a
mock adjusting class and anatomy lab presentation, meet students, faculty
and graduates, tour campus and more! If you know someone who is interested
in a chiropractic career please tell them about this event or send their
information to the Admission Office at email@example.com. Registration
begins September 1.
Fall Spizz Caption contest -Win a T-shirt!
Like this caption? Think you have a better
idea? Submit your own caption to Allie Sansbury (firstname.lastname@example.org)
and win a free Spizz T-shirt if yours is chosen as a better replacement!