ANTHONY CICHOKE, D.C., is an internationally-known writer, chiropractic physician, researcher and lecturer who has published over 300 articles and papers in scientific and lay journals in this country, Canada and Europe. He is on the post-graduate faculty of a number of chiropractic colleges and is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Nutrition. Dr. Cichoke has been appointed to the International Who's Who in Medicine, Who's Who in Colleges and Universities, Who's Who in Chiropractic International, Who's Who in the West, Who's Who in the World, The New York Academy of Science, Community Leaders of America and Biography International. For his research and writings in systemic enzyme therapy, he has been appointed to the prestigious Medizinische Enzymforschungsgesellschaft e.V. (Medical Enzyme Research Society) and is Chairman of the Enzyme Committee for the Natural Products Quality Assurance Alliance.

He is on the editorial advisory board for Health Products Business and is a contributing editor for a number of magazines and journals. He is a Fellow of the International Association for the Study of Pain and a past member of the Research Committee for the American Swim Coaches Association. He is past editor of Nutritional Perspectives and a member of the American Chiropractic Association. He was the first chiropractor to be a member of the Steering Committee in Sports Medicine for the Amateur Athletic Union, past Chairman of the Committee on Sports Medicine for the Oregon A.A.U. and was chiropractic team physician at Portland State University for many years.

Dr. Cichoke has recently published two exciting new books on enzymes, The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy, and The Back Pain Bible. His book, Enzymes and Enzyme Therapy: How to Jump Start Your Way to Lifelong Good Health is in its second edition. Among his many books are Introduction to Chiropractic Health; Enzymes: Nature's Energizers; Bromelain; Nutrition to Give Your Athlete the Winning Edge; Acute Trauma and Systemic Enzyme Therapy; A New Look at Chronic Disorders and Systemic Enzyme Therapy; A New Look at Enzyme Therapy; AIDS and Metabolic Therapy; New Hope for AIDS; and Neurologic Considerations in Toxic, Metabolic, and Nutritional Disorders. Watch for his next book, The Secrets of Native American Herbal Formulas, which will be available this Fall.

Dr. Cichoke will speak on Enzyme Therapy & Cancer.


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