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words from the board of women chiropractorsMessage from The Board of Women Chiropractors

Women Chiropractors® is a Non-Profit Organization launched from a collective dream of female chiropractors around the world. We are an inclusive, multi-generational gathering of chiropractic women.
 
We are most excited about helping women chiropractors, across the globe, to achieve their purpose and goals in life, defined by their definition of success.

WE believe everybody has a story and a unique purpose. Our WDC community offers education and support that empowers all women chiropractors in technique, human resources, philosophy and life skills. Our goal is to help you connect to a sisterhood that supports YOU as you turn your purpose into action.

TOGETHER we are committed to keeping our minds and hearts open, elevating women chiropractors and students by encouraging growth and igniting the change we all want to see in the world.
 
WE are so grateful you are here. Because TOGETHER is better.
 
‘Sisterhood’ definition -
state of kinship, the sense of women being in solidarity with each other

 
Chiropractically yours,
 
The Board of Women Chiropractors

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Letter from Our Founder

a letter from our founder dr cyndy elwart-shft-tollLetter from Our Founder

Dr. Cyndy Elwart-Shaft-Toll

When I graduated from Palmer 36 years ago there were few WDCS and finding someone who understood my unique life challenges, goals, and victories, in other words; finding colleagues was really difficult.

Throughout the years I struggled to find members of this great tribe and connect with them. I can remember sitting at the back of seminars trying to keep my license current and my nursing babies happy without disturbing the other DCs sitting and getting their CE credits. During one of these classes a rather snarky male DC looked at me and said, “well, this looks like what you do best”, as in take care of babies. He didn’t mean it in a complimentary way, that’s for certain. It was clear to him that I was less than him as a DC because I had children to take care of. Sometimes at conventions I would run into other WDCs who were married to DCs, and when I asked them how they were doing in practice they would admit sheepishly that either they never went into practice or they were mostly doing CA duties.

I love chiropractic, I love how it changes peoples’ lives for the better, I love being a woman chiropractor; what I hate is seeing my wonderful female colleagues struggling. I hate seeing them feeling unworthy to practice because they are pregnant or nursing or raising kids or just feeling incompetent to practice because somehow they didn’t “get” how to adjust well enough. I hate seeing them struggle under student loans and try to provide enough money to fund their lifestyle.

In 2006 I started over again in practice after a rough divorce, and I also had 7 kids. The economy was in horrible shape especially in Metro Detroit. During that time, I REALLY needed girlfriends who were WDCs esp. moms who were successful. It was really difficult to do that at that time; social media was in its infant stage. However, I am fortunate that I have some wonderful WDCs who are related to me; I wondered how other WDCs who weren’t so fortunate as I were able to function in life. Perhaps they were feeling alienated or alone. After the divorce, I proceeded to double and triple the practice I previously had with my ex DC husband. It seemed as the economy got worse my practice got better. Still I was looking for other WDCs to join this tribe.

In my quest to connect with other WDCs I found so many other women who were struggling as well and were looking for answers to their questions on how to balance their life.

In 2011, I approached the board of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors with the help of Amanda Apfelblat DC and presented these statements to them:

  1. Women Chiropractic Students will soon be 50% of the profession.
  2. We have different obstacles then men do in becoming successful practitioners, and it’s time we addressed those issues.
  3. Women Chiropractors haven’t been as successful overall than their male colleagues because of these unaddressed issues.
  4. If we don’t address these issues properly, how will we be able to provide enough chiropractic care? If WDCs aren’t doing as well as the males, and they are half of the profession—who will give back to the colleges, and who will staff the research facilities? Where will chiropractic be?

The board decided to give me a spot at the spring convention to present to WDCs at the March 30, 2012 MAC. I then taught two very well attended classes at the following two conventions. What was interesting about those two CE classes was that I was contacted by over half of the attendees over the next several years. Many of these women asked for more classes and told me that it was really helpful to them. They also asked me to keep in touch with them. This told me that I knew I was right in my thought process of connecting WDCs.

There are other chiropractic women programs in the profession. The difference with Women Chiropractors® Group is that it is exclusive to women chiropractors and women chiropractic students only. I knew that WDCs couldn’t and wouldn’t let their “hair down” so to speak if there were other lay people, or men or wives of other DCs or CAs in the room. I knew that it couldn’t be tied to a seminar program that you had to attend to be able to make it work. I knew that it just had to be WDCs and WDC students only.

3 years ago, with Nancy Elwartowski Cooper DC and Kelly Milano DC, the Women Chiropractors® group was born on FB. It has been an incredible grassroots group. We have grown by over 2,000 members in the last 6 months alone. The group adds 100-200 new WDCs to the group each week, and we are fast approaching 6700 members. We have not advertised to grow the group: other WDCs have told their friends about it, and they ask to join. During this time, we have also turned down scores of male DCs, CAs, and other non WDCs who wanted in our group. There have been hundreds and hundreds of posts in this group, you can hear the pain, the joy, and the questions; these women have laid their lives bare and vulnerable in that group. We in the admin have protected that ‘sacred trust” that they have in it, so they can continue to ask questions, ask for help, reinforce connections, laugh together, learn together, and learn to become successful on their own terms.

There are many testimonials that these women have posted on how this tribe of amazing women have affected their lives.

This group is working beyond my wildest dreams: it’s what I was put on the earth to do. It is my passion—it is my purpose. I'm a fierce mother hen to anyone that would do harm to it. We have deleted dozens and dozens of posts that would do harm in the group. We in admin have spent hundreds of hours on this group.

Now, as we are getting ready to bring this group to the next level, we are all excited to see what is going to happen. The future for women DCs is the brightest it’s ever been. I cannot wait to see what this amazingly brilliant group will accomplish!

Letter from Our President

words of wisdom from the president of women chiropractors Dear Women Chiropractors,

A new year has dawned and with it comes discussion of all our goals and best intentions to make 2019 the best year ever. It’s funny, a few weeks ago, I came across a CD from the 90’s that I loved as a teenager. This CD had the 90’s written all over it from the graphics, fashion, style and language. One of my favorite songs was Becoming. For weeks I pondered that term “BECOMING”  Have I become? Was I still becoming? Most of all what is becoming of this world we live in?

As silly and as trivial as this moment seems, I still have not shaken the feeling and the word becoming. Webster dictionary the word becoming (n) is defined by “the process of coming to be something or of passing into a state.”  Maybe it’s because at 44, I feel like I finally understand that life is one long journey of becoming. Becoming who you are… becoming who you were meant to be and becoming the totality of everything you have experienced. Perfectly and wonderfully created for this moment right now. The past are stepping stones and the lesson learned to uniquely equip you for the challenges and triumphs of today. The future is what you are currently preparing yourself to walk into. With that truth, I realized there will never be a point when we actually become. Never will we reach the pinnacle of what we are meant to be. As long as we draw breath, we are still becoming. We are like play-do in our child’s hands. Which means with every season we are molded and shaped by experience, love, triumph, failure, tragedy and success. In every season we continue to become what we are meant to be… right here, right now.

As I reflected on my own year, professionally and personally, one word came to mind for 2018, “CHOICE.” Did I make good choices? Did the year pan out the way I expected or wanted it to ? Does it ever really? What choices mattered most? Which ones would I have done differently?

In the end “choice” is a funny word. Choice is a word that suggests control. And while it is a choice to neglect the voices in my head, my health as I get busier and busier and my staff when I am pre-occupied, or my kids while I respond to 1000x message.  I realize it is a choice to practice self-control. At the end of the day 2018 taught me yet again… that there is little I actually control and the only choice that really matters is the one to honor God and to be fully surrendered in all I do. Once that “choice” is made, everything else falls into place… regardless of how the year turns out. And out of those reflections birthed my word for 2019… SURRENDER.

Meraki is a Greek word meaning doing something with soul, creativity, or love - when you put "something of yourself" into what you're doing and love it. I love Women Chiropractors®,  I love serving our organization.  We all have a story. Many of us are here today because we are yearning for change. What we have found collectively in this group. is that there is no judgement, no stress,  only love and support. We are women chiropractors appealing to one another to make “Her-story.”

The last year we have seen a lot of conversation around the issue of women’s rights and women across the world are wanting to be heard. As women chiropractors, we have the unique and powerful ability to amalgamate our innate nurturing aptitude with our professional career.  What a gift that is! In the chiropractic world a global conversation has started about women in chiropractic, seen as a "modern" subject... but these conversations started in the early 1900’s with Mabel Palmer and the women you will see honored at our WDC Convention. In 1920 Mabel Palmer published a pamphlet called, “A Woman’s Appeal to Women." In this pamphlet she encouraged women to consider a career in chiropractic. There she stated, “never before has there been such wonderful opportunities for women for practical service, and in my opinion, there is no other profession in the world so splendidly adapted to women as Chiropractic.”  

As our non-profit organization grows, with the support of our members, sponsors and supporters, we have an obligation to build on this momentum that Mabel Palmer and those before us began. We are a small organization with limited resources; however, we are determined to move forward with tremendous passion, motivation and anticipation. With your support as we put 2019 in focus, we are pursuing every worthy idea, and together we will do great things. We are grateful for your confidence in our work, and we look forward to this new year ahead.

We would like to welcome you to OUR arena. We challenge you to dare GREATLY with us, to STRIVE valiantly alongside us... to know the triumph of high achievement with us... and welcome to WOMEN CHIROPRACTORS®. It is our great honor to meet you!

Chiropractically Yours,

Dr. Rosemary Batanjski, President

& the entire Women Chiropractors® Board

2018 WDC year in Review

  • Supported, lectured and attended many organizations such as ICPA, Berkshires, Palmer Women’s Institute and Palmer College of Chiropractic, Chirosushi, Genesis Pediatric Conference, Mile High, Michigan Association of Chiropractors and Ohio State Association. 
  • Successfully organized the first Women Chiropractors® Convention for women chiropractors only. Two hundred women attended this incredible weekend of networking, learning and leadership and made history.
  • Glass Ceiling Round-Table - we were able to unite the women in our profession who paved the way in leadership and chiropractic to come together to empower those who are following in their footsteps. These fabulous women, Dr’s Irene Gold, Bobby Doscher, Deb Hoffman, Sherry McAllister, Jennifer Warner, Donna Godin-Craft, Amanda Apfelblat, Claire Welsh and Jeanne Ohm, Cyndy Shaft-Toll.
  • Launched the 2018 Pilot Re-Entry Program. Candidates received support, education and tools to re-enter the chiropractic arena after a brief absence or unexpected life event had them step away from their profession. We were able to get these five women back on their feet and achieve success for 2018.
  • Awarded our first scholarship: Linda Atkinson Memorial Scholarship to Dr. Karen Hudes of Toronto, Canada.

2019 WDC Goals

  • Launch our Virtual Academy with chiropractic instructors and chiropractic services educating women chiropractors at all levels: students, graduates, re-entry docs, women in practice and women chiropractors who have accomplished their goals and looking for more: Tracks include: Personal Development, Clinical and Business.
  • Platinum Members Retreat in Fall of 2019.
  • Regional Weekend “Pop-up” Seminar Spring of 2019 with Technique Seminar.
  • Charitable Offerings: Chiropractic to the Community initiative.
  • 100 People Who Care About Chiropractic. 
  • Student/New Grad Mentorship Program.
  • Strengthen relationships with all State Associations, Schools and Chiropractic Services.
  • Award the “2nd Annual Linda Atkinson Memorial Scholarship.”
  • 2019 Reentry- Program January 2019.
Letter from Our Founder

a letter from our founder dr cyndy elwart-shft-tollLetter from Our Founder

Dr. Cyndy Elwart-Shaft-Toll

When I graduated from Palmer 36 years ago there were few WDCS and finding someone who understood my unique life challenges, goals, and victories, in other words; finding colleagues was really difficult.

Throughout the years I struggled to find members of this great tribe and connect with them. I can remember sitting at the back of seminars trying to keep my license current and my nursing babies happy without disturbing the other DCs sitting and getting their CE credits. During one of these classes a rather snarky male DC looked at me and said, “well, this looks like what you do best”, as in take care of babies. He didn’t mean it in a complimentary way, that’s for certain. It was clear to him that I was less than him as a DC because I had children to take care of. Sometimes at conventions I would run into other WDCs who were married to DCs, and when I asked them how they were doing in practice they would admit sheepishly that either they never went into practice or they were mostly doing CA duties.

I love chiropractic, I love how it changes peoples’ lives for the better, I love being a woman chiropractor; what I hate is seeing my wonderful female colleagues struggling. I hate seeing them feeling unworthy to practice because they are pregnant or nursing or raising kids or just feeling incompetent to practice because somehow they didn’t “get” how to adjust well enough. I hate seeing them struggle under student loans and try to provide enough money to fund their lifestyle.

In 2006 I started over again in practice after a rough divorce, and I also had 7 kids. The economy was in horrible shape especially in Metro Detroit. During that time, I REALLY needed girlfriends who were WDCs esp. moms who were successful. It was really difficult to do that at that time; social media was in its infant stage. However, I am fortunate that I have some wonderful WDCs who are related to me; I wondered how other WDCs who weren’t so fortunate as I were able to function in life. Perhaps they were feeling alienated or alone. After the divorce, I proceeded to double and triple the practice I previously had with my ex DC husband. It seemed as the economy got worse my practice got better. Still I was looking for other WDCs to join this tribe.

In my quest to connect with other WDCs I found so many other women who were struggling as well and were looking for answers to their questions on how to balance their life.

In 2011, I approached the board of the Michigan Association of Chiropractors with the help of Amanda Apfelblat DC and presented these statements to them:

  1. Women Chiropractic Students will soon be 50% of the profession.
  2. We have different obstacles then men do in becoming successful practitioners, and it’s time we addressed those issues.
  3. Women Chiropractors haven’t been as successful overall than their male colleagues because of these unaddressed issues.
  4. If we don’t address these issues properly, how will we be able to provide enough chiropractic care? If WDCs aren’t doing as well as the males, and they are half of the profession—who will give back to the colleges, and who will staff the research facilities? Where will chiropractic be?

The board decided to give me a spot at the spring convention to present to WDCs at the March 30, 2012 MAC. I then taught two very well attended classes at the following two conventions. What was interesting about those two CE classes was that I was contacted by over half of the attendees over the next several years. Many of these women asked for more classes and told me that it was really helpful to them. They also asked me to keep in touch with them. This told me that I knew I was right in my thought process of connecting WDCs.

There are other chiropractic women programs in the profession. The difference with Women Chiropractors® Group is that it is exclusive to women chiropractors and women chiropractic students only. I knew that WDCs couldn’t and wouldn’t let their “hair down” so to speak if there were other lay people, or men or wives of other DCs or CAs in the room. I knew that it couldn’t be tied to a seminar program that you had to attend to be able to make it work. I knew that it just had to be WDCs and WDC students only.

3 years ago, with Nancy Elwartowski Cooper DC and Kelly Milano DC, the Women Chiropractors® group was born on FB. It has been an incredible grassroots group. We have grown by over 2,000 members in the last 6 months alone. The group adds 100-200 new WDCs to the group each week, and we are fast approaching 6700 members. We have not advertised to grow the group: other WDCs have told their friends about it, and they ask to join. During this time, we have also turned down scores of male DCs, CAs, and other non WDCs who wanted in our group. There have been hundreds and hundreds of posts in this group, you can hear the pain, the joy, and the questions; these women have laid their lives bare and vulnerable in that group. We in the admin have protected that ‘sacred trust” that they have in it, so they can continue to ask questions, ask for help, reinforce connections, laugh together, learn together, and learn to become successful on their own terms.

There are many testimonials that these women have posted on how this tribe of amazing women have affected their lives.

This group is working beyond my wildest dreams: it’s what I was put on the earth to do. It is my passion—it is my purpose. I'm a fierce mother hen to anyone that would do harm to it. We have deleted dozens and dozens of posts that would do harm in the group. We in admin have spent hundreds of hours on this group.

Now, as we are getting ready to bring this group to the next level, we are all excited to see what is going to happen. The future for women DCs is the brightest it’s ever been. I cannot wait to see what this amazingly brilliant group will accomplish!

Letter from Our President

words of wisdom from the president of women chiropractors Dear Women Chiropractors,

A new year has dawned and with it comes discussion of all our goals and best intentions to make 2019 the best year ever. It’s funny, a few weeks ago, I came across a CD from the 90’s that I loved as a teenager. This CD had the 90’s written all over it from the graphics, fashion, style and language. One of my favorite songs was Becoming. For weeks I pondered that term “BECOMING”  Have I become? Was I still becoming? Most of all what is becoming of this world we live in?

As silly and as trivial as this moment seems, I still have not shaken the feeling and the word becoming. Webster dictionary the word becoming (n) is defined by “the process of coming to be something or of passing into a state.”  Maybe it’s because at 44, I feel like I finally understand that life is one long journey of becoming. Becoming who you are… becoming who you were meant to be and becoming the totality of everything you have experienced. Perfectly and wonderfully created for this moment right now. The past are stepping stones and the lesson learned to uniquely equip you for the challenges and triumphs of today. The future is what you are currently preparing yourself to walk into. With that truth, I realized there will never be a point when we actually become. Never will we reach the pinnacle of what we are meant to be. As long as we draw breath, we are still becoming. We are like play-do in our child’s hands. Which means with every season we are molded and shaped by experience, love, triumph, failure, tragedy and success. In every season we continue to become what we are meant to be… right here, right now.

As I reflected on my own year, professionally and personally, one word came to mind for 2018, “CHOICE.” Did I make good choices? Did the year pan out the way I expected or wanted it to ? Does it ever really? What choices mattered most? Which ones would I have done differently?

In the end “choice” is a funny word. Choice is a word that suggests control. And while it is a choice to neglect the voices in my head, my health as I get busier and busier and my staff when I am pre-occupied, or my kids while I respond to 1000x message.  I realize it is a choice to practice self-control. At the end of the day 2018 taught me yet again… that there is little I actually control and the only choice that really matters is the one to honor God and to be fully surrendered in all I do. Once that “choice” is made, everything else falls into place… regardless of how the year turns out. And out of those reflections birthed my word for 2019… SURRENDER.

Meraki is a Greek word meaning doing something with soul, creativity, or love - when you put "something of yourself" into what you're doing and love it. I love Women Chiropractors®,  I love serving our organization.  We all have a story. Many of us are here today because we are yearning for change. What we have found collectively in this group. is that there is no judgement, no stress,  only love and support. We are women chiropractors appealing to one another to make “Her-story.”

The last year we have seen a lot of conversation around the issue of women’s rights and women across the world are wanting to be heard. As women chiropractors, we have the unique and powerful ability to amalgamate our innate nurturing aptitude with our professional career.  What a gift that is! In the chiropractic world a global conversation has started about women in chiropractic, seen as a "modern" subject... but these conversations started in the early 1900’s with Mabel Palmer and the women you will see honored at our WDC Convention. In 1920 Mabel Palmer published a pamphlet called, “A Woman’s Appeal to Women." In this pamphlet she encouraged women to consider a career in chiropractic. There she stated, “never before has there been such wonderful opportunities for women for practical service, and in my opinion, there is no other profession in the world so splendidly adapted to women as Chiropractic.”  

As our non-profit organization grows, with the support of our members, sponsors and supporters, we have an obligation to build on this momentum that Mabel Palmer and those before us began. We are a small organization with limited resources; however, we are determined to move forward with tremendous passion, motivation and anticipation. With your support as we put 2019 in focus, we are pursuing every worthy idea, and together we will do great things. We are grateful for your confidence in our work, and we look forward to this new year ahead.

We would like to welcome you to OUR arena. We challenge you to dare GREATLY with us, to STRIVE valiantly alongside us... to know the triumph of high achievement with us... and welcome to WOMEN CHIROPRACTORS®. It is our great honor to meet you!

Chiropractically Yours,

Dr. Rosemary Batanjski, President

& the entire Women Chiropractors® Board

2018 WDC year in Review

  • Supported, lectured and attended many organizations such as ICPA, Berkshires, Palmer Women’s Institute and Palmer College of Chiropractic, Chirosushi, Genesis Pediatric Conference, Mile High, Michigan Association of Chiropractors and Ohio State Association. 
  • Successfully organized the first Women Chiropractors® Convention for women chiropractors only. Two hundred women attended this incredible weekend of networking, learning and leadership and made history.
  • Glass Ceiling Round-Table - we were able to unite the women in our profession who paved the way in leadership and chiropractic to come together to empower those who are following in their footsteps. These fabulous women, Dr’s Irene Gold, Bobby Doscher, Deb Hoffman, Sherry McAllister, Jennifer Warner, Donna Godin-Craft, Amanda Apfelblat, Claire Welsh and Jeanne Ohm, Cyndy Shaft-Toll.
  • Launched the 2018 Pilot Re-Entry Program. Candidates received support, education and tools to re-enter the chiropractic arena after a brief absence or unexpected life event had them step away from their profession. We were able to get these five women back on their feet and achieve success for 2018.
  • Awarded our first scholarship: Linda Atkinson Memorial Scholarship to Dr. Karen Hudes of Toronto, Canada.

2019 WDC Goals

  • Launch our Virtual Academy with chiropractic instructors and chiropractic services educating women chiropractors at all levels: students, graduates, re-entry docs, women in practice and women chiropractors who have accomplished their goals and looking for more: Tracks include: Personal Development, Clinical and Business.
  • Platinum Members Retreat in Fall of 2019.
  • Regional Weekend “Pop-up” Seminar Spring of 2019 with Technique Seminar.
  • Charitable Offerings: Chiropractic to the Community initiative.
  • 100 People Who Care About Chiropractic. 
  • Student/New Grad Mentorship Program.
  • Strengthen relationships with all State Associations, Schools and Chiropractic Services.
  • Award the “2nd Annual Linda Atkinson Memorial Scholarship.”
  • 2019 Reentry- Program January 2019.
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President

meet wdc treasurer nancy elwartowski-cooper diccp

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Treasurer

secretary at wdc dr donna craft

DONNA L. CRAFT
DC, DICCP, FPAC, FICC
Secretary

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Board Member

meet wdc communications coordinator seka ristic

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meet wdc podcast host nicole cowley

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COMMUNITY RELATIONS & PODCAST HOST

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dr cyndy toll is the founder & ceo of WDC

CYNDY SHAFT D.C.
FOUNDER/CEO

dr rosemary batanjski is the president of women chiropractors

ROSEMARY BATANJSKI D.C.
PRESIDENT

meet wdc treasurer nancy elwartowski-cooper diccp

NANCY ELWARTOWSKI-COOPER D.C. DICCP
TREASURER

secretary at wdc dr donna craft

DONNA L. CRAFT
DC, DICCP, FPAC, FICC
SECRETARY

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Karen Hudes D.C.

BOARD MEMBER

meet wdc communications coordinator seka ristic

SEKA (SUSIE) RISTIC
COMMUNICATIONS & EVENTS COORDINATOR

meet wdc podcast host nicole cowley

NICOLE COWLEY
COMMUNITY RELATIONS & PODCAST HOST

Recent Podcasts

Hear from women just like you from all different backgrounds! Gain insights and tips that could be applied to your own practice and office.

Episode 23- Dr. Sherry McAllister, Chiropractic (Her)story

January 15, 2019

Dr. Sherry McAllister has been in practice since 1996. She is a graduate of Palmer West College of Chiropractic, the University of Calgary with a BS in Cellular, Molecular, and Microbial Biology and California State University with a Masters of Science degree in Education. Dr. McAllister has been a Qualified…

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Episode 22- Dr. Carly Zuehlke, Chiropractic (Her)story

January 14, 2019

Dr. Carly Zuehlke (recently married and with a name change) is the immediate Past President of the American Chiropractic Association Sports Council.  She received both her Doctor of Chiropractic and Sports Science & Sports Rehabilitation Masters’ degrees from Logan College of Chiropractic University.  Dr. Carly is a board certified chiropractor…

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Episode 21- Dr. Lacey Book, Chiropractic (Her)story

January 12, 2019

Dr. Lacey Book, Chiropractic (Her)story Episode 21 Dr. Lacey Book graduated Cum Laude, or with honors, from Life Chiropractic College West. During her internship at the Institute for Advanced Care in Chiropractic, she received additional advanced, post-doctorate training through the “That Something” Coaching Program making her a part of a…

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By Nicole | November 25, 2019

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National Women Chiropractors Day

By WDC | June 5, 2018

June 5th marks as the National Women Chiropractors Appreciation Day.  To celebrate this day, a few of the WDC board members are announcing and delivering something extra special with the Linda Atkinson award recipient. Follow WDC on Instagram and Facebook to join us in celebrations and surprises today. https://instagram.com/womenchiropractors https://facebook.com/womenchiropractors View the full Press Release for the…

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