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The History of Chiropractic Care

This program is not available for continuing education credit.

Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, DC, FICC, FACC
1 Hour
Audio and Video


This course was originally presented by Dr. Mancini and the Illinois Chiropractic Society on December 4, 2018 and sponsored by ChiroHealthUSA.
To be successful as a chiropractic assistant, it is important to know and understand what chiropractic is, what it is not, and where chiropractic came from. In this webinar, we will learn about the first chiropractic adjustment performed by Daniel David Palmer in 1895 to the evolution of chiropractic today. You will gain a greater understanding of how chiropractic works and the broad range of complaints that chiropractors treat from back and neck pain to headaches.


This webinar is a part of our Office Training Series sponsored by ChiroHealthUSA.


This course was shared with permission.



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Since earning his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker University, Dr. Mancini has owned and operated successful practices both in the United States and in Europe. His eloquence, sincerity and positive energy have made him a popular motivational speaker throughout the world.


Dr. Mancini served as President of Parker University and Parker Seminars for over 13 years and was recently honored as President Emeritus after his retirement in December of 2012. Dr. Mancini lectures all over the world inspiring thousands to live a healthy lifestyle.  He has his own radio show at Hay House Radio and is seen often on television as a guest.


Dr. Mancini is an International Best Selling Author of The Power of Self- Healing (Hay House) and also was the co-authored Chicken Soup for the Chiropractic Soul® (HCI)  with best selling authors, Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen.

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