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Life University Well Represented on Top 25 Chiropractors of 2017 List

September 18, 2017

LifeUniversity_Brandmark[4]’s Top 25 Chiropractors of 2017 was published this week and included nine DCs with direct Life University  (LIFE) connections. According to the article, this list was “compiled through a set of criteria to determine which doctors were having the biggest global impact in both the chiropractic industry and healthcare overall.”

It is also noted that all members of the list have either a chiropractic license or
retired license, while emphasizing Chiropractic in their practice or teaching.
Below are the individuals with direct connections to LIFE who made the list.
• Dr. Guy Riekeman, LIFE Chancellor
• Dr. Gilles LaMarche, LIFE Vice President of Professional Relations
• Dr. Dan Sullivan, LIFE Adjunct Professor
• Dr. Cathy Wendland Colby, LIFE Alumna and Guest Lecturer
• Dr. Joel Bohemier, LIFE Alumnus
• Dr. Stephen Franson, LIFE Alumnus
• Dr. Patrick Gentempo, LIFE Alumnus
• Dr. Liam Schübel, LIFE Alumnus
• Dr. Michael Viscarelli, LIFE Alumnus

LIFE is proud of the individuals who made the list who are committed to spreading
principled Chiropractic to the masses. To see the full list, visit

About Life University
Founded in Marietta, Georgia in 1974, Life University is a health sciences institution
most known for its chiropractic program, the largest single campus chiropractic
program in the world. Life University is regionally accredited by the Southern
Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award
baccalaureate, master’s and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees, and also has
programmatic accreditation through the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE),
the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) and the
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The mission
of Life University is to empower students with the education, skills and values
necessary for career success and life fulfillment, based on a vitalistic philosophy.

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