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International Federation of Chiropractors and Organizations

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November IFCO Member Spotlight

November IFCO Member Spotlight

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Inspiring Others–In the Office and Around the World IFCO Member, Danny Constable, DC, ACP by Stephanie Harris, DC Danny Constable, DC, ACP, is drawing attention as a speaker on an international stage for his laser-sharp vision and focus on principled chiropractic.  An inspiration to chiropractors and students alike, he graduated magna cum laud from Palmer More Info »

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IFCO Students Prep for TIC Talk Showdown

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The Sherman IFCO Student Chapter held its first Chapter meeting in their new meeting location in Spartanburg, SC where they successfully kicked off this quarter’s challenge. The Sherman Chapter, under the leadership of Billy Stetzel, 4thQ, will be holding bi-weekly meetings where they will practice and hone their communication skills in a “Toastmasters-like” fashion in More Info »

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Objective Measurement of Vertebral Subluxation

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Matthew McCoy DC, MPH I often hear chiropractors, including chiropractic leaders and so called researchers, perpetuate the myth that one of the “problems” with the concept of vertebral subluxation is that no one agrees on a definition. Nothing could be further from the truth. Common to all models of vertebral subluxation are two components: Biomechanical More Info »

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Rock the Vote—Deadline November 15th!!

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IFCO Ruling members in good standing have by now received, via email, ballots for the IFCO Board of Directors election. This year, we have dug deep into the process and have provided detailed information about each candidate via hyperlinks. The IFCO is creating a global influence to insure vertebral subluxation correction remains central to the More Info »

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