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Dynamic Chiropractic – August 16, 1991, Vol. 09, Issue 17

President of FCER Re-elected

By Editorial Staff
George B. McClelland, D.C., the incumbent president of the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research (FCER) was recently re-elected at the Foundation's Board of Trustees meeting in Orlando, Florida. Dr. McClelland has served as president since January of 1990, and has been active in the FCER since 1982.

Stephen R. Seater, C.A.E., executive director of the FCER said, "We are most fortunate to have Dr. McClelland as our president. He is not only an accomplished practitioner, but a progressive and forward thinking individual. During his first term, FCER experienced unprecedented growth. Under his leadership, I am confident the FCER will support more research which will demonstrate the effectiveness of chiropractic health care."

DC Heads Scoliosis Research Center

Robert B. Mawhiney, D.C., was recently appointed the international director of the International Scoliosis Research Center, Inc., an organization with representatives in Europe, Canada, Australia, and the U.S. Dr. Mawhiney, a specialist in spinal curvature, recently retired from 38 years of practice in Wisconsin.

Dr. Mawhiney is on the Post Graduate Continuing Education faculty of nine colleges and is a visiting professor at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He is the author of six books and numerous clinical articles on scoliosis.

As director of the International Scoliosis Research Center, Inc., Dr. Mawhiney will be responsible for all international activities involving school screenings, data processing, clinical studies, field research, seminars and lectures.

Palmer West Expands Santa Clara Clinic

Due to an increase in the clinic intern population, John Miller, D.C., president of PCCW announced a clinic improvement and expansion program that will see the outpatient clinic space increase by 2,000 sq. ft.

PCCW's outpatient clinic has provided chiropractic health care services for more than 25,000 South Bay residents over the last decade.

Dr. John Triano Assigned VA Position

Dr. John J. Triano, president of the National College of Chiropractic (NCC), was recently assigned to the Veterans' Administration (VA) faculty as a research associate for the orthopedic biomechanics research laboratory. For one year, Dr. Triano will perform research as directed by the ACOS for Research & Development Service.

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