Doctorate of Chiropractic degree (D.C.) in 1977 from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto.
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November 17, 2012 - Chiropractor
In late 2012 the U.S. National Institutes of Health awarded a research grant of $933,665 to the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) where one of Dr. Fuller’s classmates, chiropractor Dr. H. Vernon is one of the principal researchers. This follows 2 prior research awards to CMCC from the Canadian Institutes of Health.

In 2012 chiropractor Dr. C. Ammandolia, DC. PhD, in addition to being assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, and chiropractic researcher Department of Rheumatology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Toronto, was named in 2012 as associate scientist at the Institutes for Work & Health.

In late 2012 chiropractor Dr. P. Cote, DC. PhD was awarded a $2.8 million grant over 2 years by Queen’s University Faculty of Health Sciences in the School of Rehabilitative Medicine.

2012 - for several years, chiropractors have been full-fledged members of the Family Medicine Health Care Team Clinic at Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital.
Dr. Brian Seaman, DC, FRCCSS(C) of the Royal College of Chiropractic Sport Sciences served in 2011 as the Chair of Medical Services for the 2011 Canada Winter Games, and in 2012 as the Medical Co-ordinator for the August 29 - September 2, 2012 Canada-Russia Hockey Challenge, a 40 year celebration of the famous 1972 'Summit Series.'

Dr. Seaman was responsible for emergency room medical physicians, a dentist, optometrist, athletic therapist and 2 other chiropractors.

In September 2012 Dr. Seaman was again Medical Co-ordinator at the Swatch Junior World Beach Volleyball Championships in Halifax where he supervised physiotherapists, physicians, massage therapists, athletic therapists, dentist, and an optometrist.
2012 Chiropractor
Dr. Allan Gotlib was awarded the Order of Canada for outstanding contributions to the chiropractic profession and to the public in general.
2012 Chiropractor
Dr. C. Ammendolia, D.C., PhD was awarded the Canadian Chiropractic Research Foundation Professorship in Spine at the University of Toronto.
October 18, 2012 Canada's Sports Hall of Fame
Ceremonies will induct Chiropractor,
Dr. Derek Porter, a two-time Olympic Champion rower.
In 1992 in Barcelona he won Olympic Gold and in 1996 in Atlanta he won Olympic Silver medal.
In 1999 he won Gold Medal in the Pan American Games.
In the 2000 Sydney Olympics he placed fourth.
He also holds British Columbia's 'Order of B.C.' award.
Research in 2012
Bronfort et al in Annals of Internal Medicine 2012; 156:1 conducted a randomized clinical trial for acute and subacute neck pain. They concluded that after 12 weeks, 26 weeks and 62 weeks one group that underwent chiropractic manipulative therapy reported a “significantly higher proportion of patients experiencing reductions of pain, general global improvements and SF-36 physical functional testing improvements” when compared to another group who only received medications.
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