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Palmer Chiropractic College News

Op-Ed: Palmer Chiropractic ire to AHA's claim 'neck adjustments-stroke' Special

Davenport - This past August, the American Heart Association issued statements to the press wishing to raise awareness of the potential risks when having a "neck adjustment" done by a chiropractor or other complimentary medicine professionals.

Op-Ed: City Council salutes chiropractic college for years of service Special

San Jose - Palmer College of Chiropractic in Silicon Valley was honored this past Feb. 25 for its years of complimentary health-care outreach to the community through its network of community-outreach clinics.

Op-Ed: Chiropractor College makes history at the Winter Olympics Special

San Jose - The Olympics bring out a lot of excitement and a sense of pride in people, not only for the athletes and spectators, but also for those who attend to them.

Helping children for over 50 years: The Have-A-Heart Campaign Special

Chiropractic colleges, hundreds of chiropractic clinics, and advocacy groups around the world are helping the non-profit Oklahaven Children's Chiropractic Center by participating in the Have-A-Heart Campaign during Valentine's Day week, February 7-15.

Even with much generosity, food banks say hunger remains critical Special

South San Francisco - While the annual Silicon Valley Turkey Trot was a success and the food drives held by local chiropractors like Ressler Chiropractic were generous, the fact remains many people right here in the United States are still in need of food.

Op-Ed: Turkey Trot anticipates 28,000 people this year in San Jose Special

San Jose - Even if their spine gets a bit out of alignment, the chiropractors in training at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s West Campus will be putting their best feet forward for the holiday season at the 9th annual Turkey Trot Run

Chiropractic College got lot to be grateful, besides Turkey Trot Special

San Francisco - While the students and faculty of Palmer Chiropractic College in San Jose are grateful of their participation in this year's "Turkey Trot, they are proud to celebrate the honor their college president received.

Chiropractor College eager to run in annual Turkey Trot charity Special

San Jose - Gathering at table with family and friends, what could be better? Well, those participating in the eighth annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot think helping those in need is a great way to share the blessings of the season.
 

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Lori Byrd  M.S. (left)  chair  APHA Chiropractic Health Care Section  and Bart Green  D.C.  M.S.Ed. ...
Lori Byrd, M.S. (left), chair, APHA Chiropractic Health Care Section, and Bart Green, D.C., M.S.Ed. (right), present West Campus President Dr. William Meeker, D.C., M.P.H. (center), with the CHC’s Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2012 APHA Annual Meeting, Oct. 27-31, in San Francisco.
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Dr. Christine Goertz  D.C.  PhD  Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy at Palmer Chiropract...
Dr. Christine Goertz, D.C., PhD, Vice Chancellor for Research and Health Policy at Palmer Chiropractic College made an official presentation the following day on Aug. 8, the day after the American Heart Association's statements on the potential risk of stroke due to neck adjustments. She said in rebuttal..."there’s absolutely no research that shows a cause-and-effect relationship between chiropractic care and stroke,”
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Students and staff of Palmer College of Chiropractic participated in this year s annual Silicon Vall...
Students and staff of Palmer College of Chiropractic participated in this year's annual Silicon Valley Turkey Trot in San Jose, CA.
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Photo from 2010  students and staff from Palmer College of Chiropractic West are honored to particip...
Photo from 2010, students and staff from Palmer College of Chiropractic West are honored to participate in the annual Turkey Trot. This will be their fifth year participating. Each year they dress up as a human spine, indicating that the outreach they do seeks to help the entire community. And, that the care they provide is more than just back aches. Many chiropractors' offices in the Bay Area have food drives throughout the year, not just at holiday time. The college encourages community outrea
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Students and staff of Palmer College of Chiropractic West have made participating in the annual Turk...
Students and staff of Palmer College of Chiropractic West have made participating in the annual Turkey Trot part of their tradition as well as part of the outreach that chiropractor's do in building community.
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San Jose City Council presented Palmer Chiropractic College a special commendation award for over tw...
San Jose City Council presented Palmer Chiropractic College a special commendation award for over two decades of complimentary health-care services to the community through the college's outreach programs and internships. Seen here is Vice Mayor Madison Nguyen and Councilmember Rose Herrera presenting the Commendation to Dr. Andre KnustGraichen, D.C. who serves as clinical professor for the outreach clinic programs at Palmer.
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Gregory Uchacz  a ’92 graduate of Palmer’s San Jose Campus  who has provided care for members of...
Gregory Uchacz, a ’92 graduate of Palmer’s San Jose Campus, who has provided care for members of the Canadian team at three Winter Olympics, including the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver, B.C.
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Dr. Andre KnustGraichen accepts the award commendation from San Jose City Council on Feb. 25  2014  ...
Dr. Andre KnustGraichen accepts the award commendation from San Jose City Council on Feb. 25, 2014, on behalf of Palmer Chiropractic College, San Jose campus.
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Dr. Richard Robinson (at center of photo) is a 1996 graduate of Palmer College. He is also founding ...
Dr. Richard Robinson,(at center of photo) is a 1996 graduate of Palmer College. He is also founding president of the San Jose Campus Sports Council, is seen here at the 2010 Olympics with members of the Canadian team.
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San Jose City Council member Rose Herrera speaking before the council making note of the commendatio...
San Jose City Council member Rose Herrera speaking before the council making note of the commendation honoring Palmer Chiropractic College on Feb. 25, 2014.
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Some of the participants in this year s annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot will be ...
Some of the participants in this year's annual Applied Materials Silicon Valley Turkey Trot will be from Palmer Chiropractic College of San Jose, CA
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Dr. Christine Goertz  D.C.  PhD responded the very next day on Aug. 8  2014 to the American Heart As...
Dr. Christine Goertz, D.C., PhD responded the very next day on Aug. 8, 2014 to the American Heart Association's statements that neck adjustments may be linked to the cause of strokes.
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