Organization Pays Special Tribute to Greenawalt for His “Significant impact on the Chiropractic Profession Throughout His Lifetime”
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA—June 14, 2016—On July 14-16, Texas Chiropractic College will honor Kent S. Greenawalt, Chairman and CEO Foot Levelers, at its 2016 Annual Convention in The Woodlands, Texas. As the convention’s guest of honor, Texas Chiropractic College pays tribute to Greenawalt’s “significant impact on the Chiropractic profession” through his innovation, philanthropic support of Chiropractic education and research, and more. The program also gives a special nod to Greenawalt’s role as founder and Chairman of the Foundation for Chiropractic progress (F4CP), with its mission to educate the public about the benefits of Chiropractic care through the power of positive press. Over the years, the F4CP has generated over 31 billion positive media impressions for Chiropractic.
“I am deeply grateful to my friends and colleagues at Texas Chiropractic College for this generous recognition,” said Greenawalt. “I also want to take a moment to congratulate those distinguished colleagues who are receiving special tribute at the event. It takes us all working together to continue advancing this great profession, and I could not be more proud to share the stage with these accomplished doctors, researchers and educators.”
About Texas Chiropractic College: For more than 100 years, Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) has been a respected player in America’s landscape of health care education. Its highly ranked programs, together with world-class faculty, opportunities for hands-on training, and lose campus family, have earned the Chiropractic school a reputation as one of the nation’s finest producers of skilled, thoughtful, ethical Doctors of Chiropractic. TCC’s Doctor of Chiropractic degree (DC) program takes a scientific and evidence-based approach to the discipline, and is rigorously grounded in classroom excellence, research, and patient care. As one of the top chiropractic schools, TCC also offers a comprehensive Bachelor of Science completion program in human biology.