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December 17, 2001
Senior vice president of nursing at hospital to lead state group Judy Brown, a registered nurse and senior vice president of nursing at Howard County General Hospital, will begin a two-year term as president of the Maryland Organization of Nurse Executives Jan. 1. Gilmore named supervisor of Lincoln Tech program Anthony Gilmore has been promoted to supervisor of the air-conditioning, refrigeration and heating-technology program at Lincoln Technical Institute...
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By Leah Polakoff | August 19, 2013
Beginning this fall, three Howard County chiropractic practices will combine their efforts with the goal of being “the quarterback of people's care,” according to chiropractor Russel Antico. Antico, who, along with his wife, Veronica Antico, operates Howard County Chiropractic Spine and Sports Rehabilitation in Columbia, will join forces with another husband-and-wife team: Brian Morrison, of Morrison Chiropractic in Ellicott City, and Haydee Morrison, of Clarksville Chiropractic.
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By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Evening Sun Staff | January 17, 1991
A Columbia chiropractor tried a novel marketing approach: combing police reports for names and addresses of accident victims so that he could send them information about how chiropractic services treat injuries.But Steven Helschien, of the Helschien Chiropractic Center, apparently will not get a chance to reach those victims. The Howard County Police Department has agreed to provide copies of reports to the center, but said it would first delete the victims' names and addresses."I think people who are involved in accidents don't want to be bothered by anything like that," said Police Chief Frederick W. Chaney.
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By L'Oreal Thompson | February 11, 2013
After 10 years on Oakland Mills Road, Drs. Russel and Veronica Antico have relocated Howard County Chiropractic Spine & Sports Rehabilitation about a mile away to Stanford Boulevard in Columbia. According to the husband-and-wife team, the new space is more conducive to active therapy and has an exercise room for patients, as well as rooms for private treatment. “We're hoping to expand our exercise and massage services within the first part of the new year,” explains Russel Antico.
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October 23, 2005
DR. BRENDAN I. Mc NALLY (aka Dr. Mac), retired Chiropractor, passed away on Septemer 27, 2005 at Sun Health Hospice in Arizona from complications of a stroke. He is survived by his loving wife, Evelyn Fern (nee Isner) Mc Nally. During World War II, he served as a First Class Petty Officer in the US Navy. In 1950, a Degree of Doctor of Chiropractic from the Columbia College of Chiropractic was bestowed upon him. Dr. Mac practiced as a Chiropractic Physician from 1950-1992 in the Baltimore area.
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May 21, 2000
Financial seminar for women scheduled at St. Paul's Church Edward Jones will present an educational seminar, "Smart Women Finish Rich," for women of all ages at 7 p.m. Thursday at St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Westminster. The seminar is based on the best-selling book by David Bach and focuses on seven steps to help women lead a richer life. Women will learn how to put their money where their values are, determine where they stand financially and prepare financially for retirement, security and dreams.
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November 21, 2004
Dr. Joseph Howard Inloes, a licensed chiropractor who practiced for nearly 60 years, died of cancer Wednesday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was 86 and had lived in Pinehurst on the Bay in Anne Arundel County. Dr. Inloes, who was born in Baltimore and raised in the Patterson Park neighborhood, was a 1935 graduate of City College. During World War II, he served as a gun assembler with the Army Air Forces in Texas. After the war, he attended Lincoln Chiropractic College in Indianapolis on the GI Bill of Rights and earned his chiropractic degree there in 1947.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,Staff Writer | November 16, 1993
Prosecutors will have to share information with the lawyer for a man accused of setting up a bogus chiropractic school to bilk foreign students out of thousands of dollars, a judge ruled yesterday.Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Bruce C. Williams ordered Assistant State's Attorney Robert Bittman to answer a series of questions posed in a 10-page letter handwritten from the county jail by the defendant, Robert Franklin Miller of Severna Park.Mr. Miller, of the 800 block of Dividing Road, is charged with conspiracy to commit fraud in connection with a school for chiropractors that he tried to establish with a San Diego-based partner.
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June 9, 1995
Dr. Richard AdolphChiropractorDr. Richard K. Adolph, a retired chiropractor who during a 44-year career treated such sports luminaries as Johnny Unitas and Brooks Robinson, died Wednesday of cancer at Stella Maris Hospice. The lifelong Towson resident was 67.Known as "Tooney," Dr. Adolph practiced his entire career in an office at 28 W. Pennsylvania Ave. in Towson. He retired in January because of illness."He had an awesome set of hands and a God-given ability, so when he laid his hands on a patient, it reassured them," said a daughter, Dr. Nancy Porter, also a chiropractor in Towson.
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October 15, 2006
Better workplace is workshop's goal The Carroll County Business & Employment Center will hold a human resource workshop, "Tools for Building a Strong Workplace Foundation," from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Friday at the BERC office, 224 N. Center St., Westminster. The workshop will cover workplace issues that professionals deal with daily. Registration is required. Information: 410-386-2820. Carroll Chiropractic sponsors coat drive Carroll Chiropractic will hold a Coats for Kids drive Oct. 23 to 27 at its office, 330 140 Village Road, Unit 9A, Westminster.
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By Steven Petrella, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2012
Larry Jones poured his heart into his hockey career as a young boy growing up in Alberta, Canada, skating on frozen parking lots for what seemed like days at a time. "My mom pretty much had to call 911 to get me away from the arena," he said from the barns at Pimlico, where he is helping care for Kentucky Derby winnerI'll Have Another. The end of Jones' hockey career helped him find what would be next. He played two years in the WHL, one of Canada's elite junior leagues, until a back injury slowed his development.
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By Yeganeh June Torbati and Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2010
A two-alarm fire broke out at a Towson chiropractic office a few blocks from the Baltimore County courthouse early Tuesday, fire officials said, though no one was in the building at the time. Authorities were alerted to the fire at 1:56 a.m. in the first block of W. Pennsylvania Ave., and the first crews arrived on the scene at 2:02 a.m. and found a heavy fire on the second floor of the building, which houses the Adolph and Kalkstein chiropractic clinic. The fire spread to an adjoining building, at 30 W. Pennsylvania Ave., which houses the Gamberdella Bridal store.
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October 15, 2006
Better workplace is workshop's goal The Carroll County Business & Employment Center will hold a human resource workshop, "Tools for Building a Strong Workplace Foundation," from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Friday at the BERC office, 224 N. Center St., Westminster. The workshop will cover workplace issues that professionals deal with daily. Registration is required. Information: 410-386-2820. Carroll Chiropractic sponsors coat drive Carroll Chiropractic will hold a Coats for Kids drive Oct. 23 to 27 at its office, 330 140 Village Road, Unit 9A, Westminster.
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By JUDY FOREMAN | March 31, 2006
Is it dangerous to have chiropractic treatments if you have osteoporosis? Scientifically, there is little data on chiropractic in people with osteoporosis, said Anthony L. Rosner, a Brookline, Mass., biochemist who is director of research and education for the Foundation for Chiropractic Education and Research. There is also little data suggesting that people with osteoporosis are injured by chiropractic treatment, in which the spine is manipulated to restore proper alignment of vertebrae.
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October 23, 2005
DR. BRENDAN I. Mc NALLY (aka Dr. Mac), retired Chiropractor, passed away on Septemer 27, 2005 at Sun Health Hospice in Arizona from complications of a stroke. He is survived by his loving wife, Evelyn Fern (nee Isner) Mc Nally. During World War II, he served as a First Class Petty Officer in the US Navy. In 1950, a Degree of Doctor of Chiropractic from the Columbia College of Chiropractic was bestowed upon him. Dr. Mac practiced as a Chiropractic Physician from 1950-1992 in the Baltimore area.
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November 21, 2004
Dr. Joseph Howard Inloes, a licensed chiropractor who practiced for nearly 60 years, died of cancer Wednesday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was 86 and had lived in Pinehurst on the Bay in Anne Arundel County. Dr. Inloes, who was born in Baltimore and raised in the Patterson Park neighborhood, was a 1935 graduate of City College. During World War II, he served as a gun assembler with the Army Air Forces in Texas. After the war, he attended Lincoln Chiropractic College in Indianapolis on the GI Bill of Rights and earned his chiropractic degree there in 1947.
NEWS
November 11, 1992
Sports injury specialist opens Hampstead officeCarroll Chiropractic and Sports Injury Center of Westminster is opening a new office in Hampstead at 1005 S. Main St. Saturday.During the grand opening from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the office is inviting the public to meet the doctor, enjoy refreshments, bring the kids for a coloring contest and visit from Kay Cee the Clown.Any new patient bringing $5 worth of food for Neighbors-in-Need will receive a free consultation and examination with X-rays, if needed.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | March 4, 1992
County businesses will take center stage Friday and Saturday at Cranberry Mall during the Chamber of Commerce Business Fair.About 50 businesses will have booths during the eighth annual fair, which runsfrom 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. both days, said Helen Utz, the chamber's executive director.Additionally, a new women's clothing store at the mall will have its grand opening on Saturday. Lerner/New York will open with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m., mall manager David Cianelli said. The 11,000-square-foot store is near the mall's center court.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 13, 2003
Dr. Oliver F. Blaker, a retired chiropractor who practiced in Baltimore for nearly 70 years and was called the "grandfather of chiropractic in Maryland," died in his sleep Saturday at a nursing home in Lebanon, Pa. He was 92 and had lived on Melanchton Avenue in Lutherville for 65 years before moving to Lebanon in 1999. Born in Uniontown, Pa., the son of a barber, he was raised in Keyser, W.Va., and graduated from high school in Cumberland. He had originally wanted to be an aeronautical engineer, but after accompanying an aunt to the office of Dr. Alton M. Bennett, a Baltimore chiropractor, he decided to pursue chiropractic after witnessing the doctor save a dying baby with a chiropractic adjustment, he said in a 1996 interview with The Sun. In 1930, he entered the Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa - an institution established in 1895 by Dr. D.D. Palmer, founder of chiropractic.
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