Family matters: Palmer’s legacy families featured in latest Insights
For some alumni families, the Palmer chiropractic legacy spans generations and includes multitudes. For instance, did you know the Schroeder family has been practicing chiropractic for nearly 100 years and includes almost 80 chiropractors? Their amazing story is one of five features in the latest issue of Insights magazine that highlight the tremendous Palmer chiropractic legacy in some families.
The Winter 2018 issue of Insights also includes news from the Advancement Office on the launch of the Palmer Annual Giving Society – a way to acknowledge and recognize all the individual and community partners who are dedicated to advancing chiropractic education through their support of Palmer.
You can also read about:
- Maggie Colucci, D.C., Davenport ’89, the first woman to be elected and serve as president of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards.
- William Spontak, D.C., Davenport ’90, who’s helping future chiropractors make the transition from student to practicing chiropractor in Wisconsin
- A new posture app developed by Joshua Huddleston, D.C., and Nichole Walz, D.C., a husband and wife who graduated from Palmer’s Florida campus in 2011 and are now traveling the world promoting their invention.
- Sherry McAllister, D.C., West ’96, inviting groups of West campus students to her San Jose practice to see first-hand the multi-faceted aspects of managing a practice.
- Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research initiatives bringing you tools you can use in clinical practice.
- Events on Palmer’s West Campus that showcase Palmer’s leadership in corporate chiropractic … and more!
Read the full issue online!