Chiropractic History - The Journal
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Annual Conference 35th Annual Conference & Meeting
The AHC's annual meeting for the conduct of business, election of officers, presentation of papers and awards, fellowship and intellectual interchange will be held June 20, 2015 at the
Wyndham Grand Rio Mar
Beach Resort & Spa
Rio Grande, Puerto Rico
Registration is $250/members; $350/nonmembers; and $75/students. Registration includes 6 hours of pre-conference CE on Friday, 8 hours of historical presentations on Saturday, breakfast and lunch buffets on Saturday, and the Lee-Homewood Dinner Saturday night.
Additional dinner tickets for Saturday night can be purchased for $75.
There will be a late registration fee after May 15. Registration should be sent to the office address above.
Members of the AHC are available as speakers.
Lee-Homewood Heritage Award
Each year, the AHC recognizes a chiropractic pioneer with the Lee-Homewood Heritage Award.
Membership in the AHC is open to anyone interested in chiropractic history.
The AHC has an Australian chapter and is affiliated with the Canadian Chiropractic History Association.
http://www.chiro.org/Plus/History/ A large resource of chiropractic history data files assembled by Joseph Keating, Jr., Ph.D.
American Chiropractic Association - ACAtoday.org
International Chiropractors Association - chiropractic.org
National Library of Medicine - nlm.nih.gov
Although the AHC enjoys the support of many chiropractic colleges and other associations, it is an independent, not-for-profit 501c(3) organization. Please consider joining or donating today! Contact the Executive Director for details.
Please contact us at:
Association for the History of Chiropractic
4430 8th St
Rock Island, IL 61201
Pre-Conference Continuing Education
Friday, June 19, 2015
At the Wyndham
Dr. Steve Troyanovich
Prevention of Medical Errors
Dr. Pat Montgomery
Dr. Roger Hynes
Reducing common adjusting errors
from a full spine segmentalist approach
Dr. Steve Agocs
Clinical Perspectives on Chiropractic Techniques
CE credits have been applied for in select states through Palmer College of Chiropractic Continuing Education and Events Department. Questions regarding state approvals may be directed to Palmer at (800) 452-5032(800) 452-5032. For registration, or more details on this event, e-mail AHC firstname.lastname@example.org.
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