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Dynamic Chiropractic – August 14, 1992, Vol. 10, Issue 17

NYCC Hosts 'An Evening with the Masters'

40 Years in the Profession

By Editorial Staff
New York Chiropractic College President Dr. Kenneth Padgett (Lincoln College of Chiropractic graduate, 1951), and NYCC technique instructors Dr. Howard Gennano (Logan, class of 1951), and Dr. Lloyd Henby (National, class of 1952) participated in a round-table discussion on chiropractic philosophy.

Each doctor has been a chiropractor for 40 years: Dr. Henby discussed when DCs were arrested for practicing medicine without a license; Dr. Gennano stressed the importance of working with national and state associations to advance the profession; and Dr. Padgett noted education's role in providing students with the "necessary components" and then allow the DCs to make the choices in "their individual philosophy and practice style."

Dr. Padgett offered this final thought: "The greatest philosophy lessons you will have will be when you are in practice and you repeatedly witness the healing potential of the chiropractic adjustment."

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