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Mark your calendars and Register Today for Texas Chiropractic College's Annual Convention!! The 2014 Convention is set for July 17-19 in Galveston at the Moody Gardens Convention Center. For more information or any questions, please contact the TCC Office of Postgraduate Studies at 281-998-6027 or 1-800-533-9822 or email us at postgrad@txchiro.edu.

Vendors interested in showing at this year's convention should contact Regina Perez at 281-998-6062 or rperez@txchiro.edu. See which vendors will be there!

"Paws" to Refresh During Exams

After the success of a mid-term trial run, the Mae Hilty Memorial Library will be sponsoring TCC Therapy Dog Days during finals to provide students some much needed stress relief during exams.

Two certified dogs and their owners from Faithful Paws Pet Therapy of Houston will be in front of the LRC from 10:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. next Tuesday, April 15 and Thursday, April 17 for students to interact, hug and love on the dogs as needed. We can look forward to a golden retriever and schnauzer on Tuesday and a sheltie and a golden retriever on Thursday.

We are very excited about this project and hope to see many of you there "paws"ing to refresh for exams!

To see photos from the mid-term Therapy Dog Days visit the TCC Facebook page.

Texas Chiropractic College renews academic partnership with Lee College

PASADENA, Texas - Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) renewed an articulation agreement with Lee College Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014 to ensure students can continue to easily enroll in the TCC Doctor of Chiropractic program. Presidents from both institutions met at the Lee College campus to re-sign the agreement, which was initially endorsed in fall 2010.  The arrangement allows Lee students who earn 90 undergraduate credit hours, maintain a minimum grade point average in specific science prerequisites and meet TCC requirements to automatically qualify for admission.

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Texas Chiropractic College Well Represented at 2013 ACC-RAC

PASADENA, Texas - Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) will be well represented at the 2013 Association of Chiropractic Colleges' Research Agenda Conference as 46% of its faculty has contributed to research being presented in Washington, D.C.

Eighteen current TCC faculty members are a part of 10 platform presentations, four poster presentations and a clinical workshop, all on a variety of topics. Additionally, nine current TCC students are co-authors of four of the platform presentations and two of the poster presentations. Eleven faculty members are taking advantage of the college’s spring break to attend ACC-RAC.

Below is a complete list of research titles being presented from TCC faculty and students (denoted with *). One paper was co-authored by faculty from other institutions (denoted with **).

Platform Presentations:

  • Systematic review of the use of complementary and alternative medicine by non-Hispanic blacks (John Ward, Carol Webb, Kelley Humphries*)           
  • Utilization of non-surgical spinal decompression therapy in a chiropractic college outpatient teaching clinic (Dwain Daniel, Michael Ramcharam, Amy Wright)
  • Student perceptions on the effectiveness of clinical reasoning teaching strategies (Dorrie Talmage, Nancy Petersen, Steve Foster)
  • Thoracolumbar spinal manipulation impact on exercise performance (John Ward, Jesse Coats, Michael Ramcharan, Kelley Humphries*, Tammy Tong*, Cheuk Chu*)
  • Modification of a computer-based patient simulation program: expanding case learning options in a chiropractic curriculum (Dorrie Talmage, Jeffrey Weiss, John Mrozek)      
  • The development of a critical appraisal tool for the quantitative assessment of case reports (Shari Wynd, Kent Stuber**, Eric Hurwitz**, Al Adams, Nancy Petersen)
  • Acute cardiovascular response to atlas manipulation (John Ward, Jesse Coats, Ken Tyer, Shauna Weigand*, Gabby Williams*, Danielle Cockburn*)
  • Immediate effects of anterior upper thoracic spine manipulation on cardiovascular response (John Ward, Jesse Coats, Ken Tyer, Shauna Weigand*, Gabby Williams*)
  • Is an interview enough?  Using competency based assessment as part of faculty clinician selection at a chiropractic college (David J Schimp, Barry C Wiese)
  • Pain assessment preference among Latinos (Michael Ramcharan)

Poster presentations:

  • Case-based discussion: enhancing student learners’ clinical reasoning through a work-based assessment tool (Victor Benavides, Amy Wright)
  • Pilot study of the impact sacroiliac joint manipulation has on leg length inequality  (John Ward, Jesse Coats, Ken Sorrels, Matthew Walters*, Trevor Williams*)
  • Lumbar spine manipulation impact on VO2max (John Ward, Jesse Coats, Michael Ramcharan, James Zuniga*, Cheuk Chu*)
  • Delivering quality chiropractic care to a cerebral palsy patient in an outpatient teaching clinic: a case report (Amy Wright, Victor Benavides)

Clinical Workshop:

  • Improving spine care for the older adult in the Healthcare Reform Environment (Barry Wiese, co-presenter)