Local chiropractor named to the board of directors of the International Chiropractors Association

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Dr. Palmer Peet, a San Clemente resident with an office in Capistrano Beach, was recently appointed to the board of directors of the International Chiropractors Association (ICA).

The ICA is one of the oldest associations in chiropractic.

“For more than 95 years, the ICA has endeavored to empower mankind through specific and scientific chiropractic care for an optimal expression of life, health and human potential,” says a press release from PCH Chiropractic. “The ICA’s mission is to protect and promote chiropractic care and the right of chiropractic patients around the world to have access to a health care profession in its own right, based on its unique philosophy, science and art of subluxation detection and correction.”

Dr. Peet previously served on multiple boards, but considers this appointment one of his greatest honors.

“My chiropractic colleagues cannot do me any greater honor than serving in this capacity, and I promise to work hard to shed light on the greatness of chiropractic for people here and abroad,” said Peet. “Chiropractic has brought life, hope and healing to millions of people around the world for over 125 years, and more needs to be done to achieve even more with its proven benefits.”

Dr. Peet practices in Capistrano Beach at PCH Chiropractic with his wife Dr. Catherine Peet and is close to 39 years of active service.

The Peets care for chiropractic patients of all ages but specialize in both pediatric chiropractic and prenatal chiropractic care.

Together, they have won academic awards, lectured at the postgraduate level, written technical articles, appointed by governors to chiropractic boards, both led a department and served as adjunct professor at Life Chiropractic College West and had one of the largest private chiropractic practices in New England.

For more information, contact PCH Chiropractic at 949.503.2691, email [email protected], or visit pchchiropractic.com.

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