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Parker University receives Golden Heart Award


June 14, 2012
By Maria DiDanieli

June
14, Dallas, TX
Oklahaven Children’s Chiropractic
Center, a non-profit organization that
treats sick and disabled children through chiropractic care, recently honored Parker University
with the Golden Heart Award as the chiropractic institution that raised the
most funds during Oklahaven’s 2012 Have-a-Heart Campaign.

Each year, hundreds of chiropractic
offices, chiropractic institutions, and many other advocacy groups around the
world join in the Have-A-Heart Campaign to raise funds to heal children through
chiropractic at Oklahaven.

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“Parker’s faculty, staff, and
student body have exemplified the true meaning of the golden heart,” said Dr.
Bobby Doscher, president of Oklahaven Children’s Chiropractic Center.
“I appreciate your devotion to raising the greater level of consciousness to return
our children to health through chiropractic and a natural drug-free life style
they deserve.”

Oklahaven, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
has been specializing in the treatment of neurologically disorganized children
since 1962 due to the generosity of people who believe in a natural, drug-free
lifestyle for children. The center is privately financed and has never received
state, federal, or United Way
funds.

“There are so many families that are
searching for a solution to better health for their children,” said Dr.
Fabrizio Mancini, president of Parker
University. “Oklahaven
provides chiropractic care that deeply impacts and improves the lives of the
children they treat. We’re honored to support their mission and assist in
creating awareness of the power of chiropractic.”

To learn more about Oklahaven
Children's Chiropractic
Center and the difference
that participating in the Have-A-Heart Campaign can make in children’s lives,
visit www.chiropractic4kids.com.

 

 

 


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