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Chiropractic Seminar Coming to Dallas in October

Parker Seminars’ “Be the Storm” in-person event will be held from June 11 to 13, in Orlando, Florida. Other 2021 seminars include NeuroCon from July 30 to 31, Parker Seminars Dallas from October 1 to 3, and Tahoe from November 5 to 6.

Parker Seminars, founded by Dr. James W. Parker in 1951, has hosted more than 430 seminars across the globe and trained more than 40,000 Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) and more than 200,000 chiropractic assistants (CA).

Parker Seminars embrace the entire profession, regardless of philosophy or technique. Not only are events a place of inspiration, learning, networking, and motivation, but each seminar also offers a variety of continuing education options for both the DC and CA. Some of the biggest names in chiropractic provide tips on patient communication, philosophy, health and wellness, personal development and other specialties, including marketing and business management. In addition, the seminars include the largest expo in the profession, where vendors display the latest industry products and technologies.

Initially, Parker had established 18 successful chiropractic clinics in Texas in only 18 months. The seminars started as a “one-man show,” with Parker as the only speaker. He was the first to develop a series of chiropractic protocols, procedures, and communication strategies to better educate patients about the value of chiropractic. He also recognized the importance of chiropractic research and collected more than 44,000 case studies that helped perfect the success principles, office procedures, and practice expansion methods taught at Parker Seminars. The Parker Chiropractic Research Foundation, Inc. was also established to continue this ongoing research.

By 1970, the seminars had grown so large that Parker moved them to Dallas to accommodate expanded hotel options for attendees from all over the world. In 1979, Ronald Reagan was the guest speaker.

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