By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

Not only was the 2010 Parker Seminars in Las Vegas a spectacular event for chiropractors to attend, there were awards given out recognizing top chiropractic assistants and chiropractors of the year. 5 different chiropractors from across the globe received Chiropractor of the Year awards while at Las Vegas Parker, and three chiropractic assistants were presented Chiropractic Assistant of the Year awards. With as many chiropractors and assistants that are providing services across the planet, being selected for this prestigious award is quite significant, you don’t get one by resting on your laurels.

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Brandi MacDonald and Fabrizio Mancini

Brandy MacDonald of Southside Chiropractic in Edmonton, Alberta receives her Chiropractic Assistant of the Year award from president of Parker College of Chiropractic, Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, while in attendance at the 2010 Las Vegas Parker Seminars.

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Naomi Chance and Dr. Fabrizio Mancini

Also receiving a Chiropractic Assistant of the Year award was Naomi Chance of Chance Chiropractic Clinic in Fort Myers, Florida. A third award went to Charlee Crouse of the Spinal Clinic in Durant, Oklahoma.

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Chiropractor Bill DeMoss of Newport Beach

What likely comes as no surprise to chiropractors in the state of California, Newport Beach chiropractor Bill DeMoss (Billy D) was among chiropractors receiving the prestigious 2010 chiropractor of the year award, presented during the seminar weekend. Bill DeMoss has worked incredibly hard (on the front line and behind the scenes) to preserve and promote chiropractic principles in the state of California and beyond. He as unquestionably done more to effectively promote chiropractic in the state than anyone I’ve seen during the past 15 years.

Congratulations to all of the chiropractors and chiropractic assistants that received awards this year. Your dedication and persistency towards promoting chiropractic and its principles is appreciated.