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Dynamic Chiropractic – December 17, 1993, Vol. 11, Issue 26
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LACC Faculty Member Heads Radiology Group

By Editorial Staff

Gary Schultz, DC, associate professor and chairman of the radiology department at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic (LACC), was elected president of the American Chiropractic College of Radiology (ACCR) at the annual symposium and workshop in St. Louis, Missouri in early October. Dr. Schultz has been on the faculty of LACC for seven years and has postgraduate faculty status.

As president of ACCR, Dr. Schultz says he will focus on chiropractic radiology's need to support chiropractic research and education. He also seeks to promote understanding of the role of Diplomates of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology (DACBR) within the profession.

The objectives of the ACCR are to advance the specialty of radiology in chiropractic, while maintaining standards in education and professional competency.

 



Thermographic Society Commemorates 10 Years

The International Thermographic Society (ITS) held its annual symposium October 21-24, celebrating 10 years of service to thermographers worldwide. Speakers included Matthew Lee, MD, FACP, professor of clinical rehabilitation medicine at New York University School of Medicine; James Christiansen, PhD, chair of the Physiology and Biochemistry department at the National College of Chiropractic (NCC); and David BenEliyahu, DC, CCSP, DNBCT, member of the ITS Board of Directors. More than 50 doctors attended the symposium, and 13 technicians received thermography training from Drs. Christiansen and Robert Hoffman.

The symposium also featured a scientific poster presentation. John Rupolo, DC, received first place honors for his presentation of "Neurophysiological Considerations of Cupulolithiasis by Thermographic Evaluation." The symposium's banquet dinner was highlighted by an auction of thermographic equipment and sports memorabilia, including baseballs and a baseball cap autographed by venerable pitching great Nolan Ryan.

Plans are already underway for next year's ITS symposium, scheduled for October 1994 in Orlando, Florida.

 



William Remling Honored

William Remling, chairman of the board of the New York Chiropractic Council, was named "Chiropractor of the Year" at the Council's convention held October 14th at the Nassau Coliseum and Radisson Plaza Hotel on Long Island (see the November 11, 1993 issue of "DC"). An originator of the NY Chiropractic Council in 1990 and its chairman since, Dr. Remling received the Council's 1993 Beacon Award in a special ceremony conducted by all of the former award winners.

A past member of the board of trustees of Life Chiropractic College in Marietta, Georgia, and the board of regents of Life Chiropractic College West (LCCW), Dr. Remling has had great influence in shaping the NY Chiropractic Council's structure, convention format, and political action philosophy.

Dr. Robert Hoffman, last year's recipient of the Beacon Award, recognized "Dr. Remling's leadership in helping the Council advance to the number one professional organization for chiropractic in New York State in just four short years, and particularly, his outstanding service as a practicing chiropractor."

 



FCLB Logo Garners National Recognition

The Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB) recently won national recognition from Fox River Papers for the superior design and printing quality of its new logo/corporate seal.

Delle Morgan, the logo's graphic designer, and Harvest Printing, a Greeley, Colorado printing company, were jointly recognized for the letterhead/envelope package on private watermark developed for FCLB. Ms. Morgan is communications manager for the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners and does free lance work for other clients including FCLB. Harvest Printing is owned by Steve and Laurel Bojanowski, and has been in business since 1980. Ken Eberly of Butler Papers, a distributor for Fox River Papers, announced the award and commented that in eight years he had seen the award go to a small business only one other time.

The corporate seal (emblem) was designed to integrate the three fundamental aspects of chiropractic health care: education, philosophy, and justice. The logo highlights Raphael as the symbol of philosophy and practice, and the scales of justice as official recognition of competency. Additional elements symbolize the balance of the ongoing process of the FCLB's evolution within the chiropractic community against its strong foundation of service to licensure since 1933.

 



DCs Treat Watercraft Race Competitors in Ohio

Drs. George C. and Keric J. Shiepis, of Canton, Ohio, recently treated participants in the $15,000 Mini-Series personal watercraft races, sanctioned by the International Jet Sports Boating Association. The three-race series featured over 500 competitors from the US and Canada. All participants had the opportunity to receive chiropractic treatment before and after each round including spinal manipulation, electrical stimulation, vibratory therapy, and extremity adjustments.

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