DENVER, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. James M. Farrell, a doctor of chiropractic practicing in Golden, Colorado, was recently elected president of the Colorado Chiropractic Association (CCA). He was nominated and chosen by his fellow doctors practicing in Colorado.
A member of the CCA since 1992, Dr. Farrell has been extremely active with the CCA since 1999. He has served as a committee chair, board member, and executive board member prior to his election as CCA President. In addition, he was named 2000 Young Chiropractor of the Year, 2007 Chiropractor of the Year, and received CCA President's Awards in 2005 and 2007. He chaired the CCA Public Relations Committee from 1999 to 2003 and 2005 to 2007. In 2006, he created and organized a successful chiropractic ad campaign with Needchiro.com billboards appearing in the Denver Metro area and Colorado Springs.
Dr. Farrell is a life-long resident of Colorado and a 1970 graduate of Northglenn High School. He served in the US Army in Vietnam, Fort Carson, Colorado, and Fort Rucker, Alabama. He worked as an Air Traffic Controller until 1981 when he was fired by President Ronald Reagan during a strike. Dr. Farrell said, "Once you're fired by the President of the United States, no employer will ever hold too much power over you." After receiving an associate degree in Solar and Alternative Energy, Dr. Farrell worked in several different areas including a United Way agency, a weapon's company, river guide, and importing and exporting mining supplies in and out of South Africa.
After experiencing his first chiropractic adjustment in 1990, he decided to become a doctor of chiropractic. He entered Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa in 1992 at the age of 40 and graduated in 1995. He has maintained a private practice in Golden, Colorado since 1995.
The Colorado Chiropractic Association is the professional association
of choice for Colorado doctors of chiropractic. Currently, the
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