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Former Dallas Cowboy Honored as Parker College of Chiropractic Top 2008 Graduate
Date:4/25/2008

DALLAS, April 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Former NFL player and Dallas Cowboy Jason Kaiser received top academic honor at Parker College of Chiropractic's 68th graduation ceremony. Kaiser earned the title of valedictorian with a GPA of 3.78. "There are a lot of intelligent people in this school and in my class especially," he said. "To be number one is really an honor."

Before enrolling in Parker College, Kaiser played professional football for more than eight years with teams including the Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs. He credits his good grades to a strong work ethic and competitive nature, as well as his football career. "I carried the same attitude into the academic world as I did on the athletic field," he said. "I was a little competitive in that regard and learned to always be prepared."

Kaiser studied pre-med at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Missouri before heading to the pros. Kaiser intended on pursuing some kind of medical training after his football career ended, but he decided on chiropractic after experiencing the benefits first-hand.

A severe groin injury should have sidelined Kaiser for the entire season, but chiropractic care helped him get back on the field after only six weeks. "I figured there must be something going on there when joints get misaligned," he said. Kaiser's injury helped him discover the true healing potential of chiropractic, which led him to pursue becoming a doctor of chiropractic.

Making a difference in people's lives is of the upmost importance as Kaiser prepares to enter the health care field. "I want people coming to me with their problems and being able to help them, like letting them play with their kids again, or helping them make it through a day without popping a pain killer," he said.

Kaiser's first step after graduation will be an associateship with a local chiropractor in Aubrey, Texas. "I feel like I need a little more experience," he said. "I need to learn the mist
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