Parker College of Chiropractic presented Nicholas Todd Anthony the Doctor of Chiropractic degree during its 76th graduating class ceremony held at Irving Bible Church in Irving, Texas on Dec. 11, 2010. Dr. Anthony is the son of Steve and Debbie Anthony and is a native of Roscoe, Texas.
He completed a rigorous program, including three trimesters as an intern at one of Parker Collegeâ€™s wellness centers, to earn the degree. Parker College students have extensive classroom education and practical training in many areas of study. The study of chiropractic involves numerous hours of training in anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, and orthopedics (the musculoskeletal system).
Dr. Anthony also received a Bachelor of Science in Health and Wellness, which he earned concurrently with the Doctor of Chiropractic degree. He was awarded the honor of Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities in 2009 and 2010. Dr. Anthony also completed an extensive rotation in the Dallas Hospital of Veterans Affairs.
Dr. Anthony attended Parker Chiropractic school after graduation from Abilene Christian University in December 2005, from which he was granted a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Pre-Physical Therapy. He is returning to the Abilene with his wife, who is expecting their first son, and will be in practice at Action Chiropractic.