DALLAS, July 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Colombia has appointed Dallas sports chiropractor, Dr. Camille Reagan to serve as a member of its medical team during the upcoming Olympic Games in Beijing. Dr. Reagan has extensive experience in the international sports arena, having worked with the Costa Rican team for the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro.
"It is a privilege to bring the profession to an international sports platform," said Dr. Reagan. "The athletes believe that chiropractic care provides them a competitive edge and allows them to perform at a higher level."
Dr. Reagan's expertise in the field of sports chiropractic is well recognized by Colombia's request to have her present at an event as grandiose as the 2008 Beijing Olympics. This year, Colombia will send 66 athletes to compete in 15 events, making this the biggest delegation of athletes to the Olympic Games in the country's history.
For years, countries around the world have reached out to doctors of chiropractic (DC) from the United States for their expertise in sports chiropractic care. Dr. Reagan received her DC education from Parker College of Chiropractic, located in Dallas, Texas, then went on to earn a Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP) certification, making her an expert in the field. She currently operates Reagan ChiroSport Center, which offers chiropractic care, sports therapy, and overall family wellness services.
Dr. Reagan's international presence adds to the widespread influence Parker College and its graduates are having on the world. Through the college's programs, outreach opportunities, and thousands of alumni, regions including South and Central America, as well as countries including Japan, Australia, and New Zealand have all been exposed to the benefits of chiropractic care.
"We are extremely proud of all our graduates who are living and
fulfilling Parker College's mission to spread chiropractic worldwide,"
|SOURCE Parker College of Chiropractic|
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