Chiropractic Products News news headlines from Chiropractic Productsen-us7/3/2008 12:43:42 PM7/3/2008 12:43:42 PMLogan College Dedicates The Standard Process Student Center On Its Chesterfield Campus College of Chiropractic, St. Louis, officially completed a 6-month development project with the dedication of the $3.6 million Standard Process Student Center at a ribbon-cutting event held on the schools Chesterfield campus. The 6,500 square-foot facility is the latest construction project at the college over a 3 year period.<img src="" height="1" width="1"/>7/3/20082008-07-03_01 Puts Hold On All Payments To Physicians to Medicare officials, the agency will not process any payments to physicians until July 15th at the earliest, leaving the congressionally mandated 10.6% reimbursement reduction in limbo.<img src="" height="1" width="1"/>7/2/20082008-07-02_01 States Olympic Team Selects Utah DC as Team Doctor T. Petty, DC, team chiropractor for the Tennessee men's athletic department, has been selected to serve a second time as a team physician for the US Track and Field Olympic Team Trials.<img src="" height="1" width="1"/>7/1/20082008-07-01_01 Chiropractor Program Says Hello to Patrick Kelly, DC OUM Chiropractor Program, Brentwood, Tenn, a leading chiropractic malpractice insurance offered by PACO Assurance, Inc, recently welcomed Patrick Kelly, DC, as the newest member to the OUM National Chiropractic Advisory Board.<img src="" height="1" width="1"/>6/27/20082008-06-27_01 Jersey Chiropractors May Soon Return to Extremity Adjusting Jersey doctors of chiropractic may soon regain permission to manipulate more than their patients backs. Recently, the state Supreme Court ruled that a negligence claim over the chiropractic adjustment of an extremity should be retried<img src="" height="1" width="1"/>6/26/20082008-06-26_01