Barcelona College of Chiropractic Lyceum

What is it?

Lyceum is the place where BCC graduates meet every year
Lyceum is where Chiropractic Research is presented
Lyceum is the place where Philosophy, Science and Art meet
Lyceum is the best Chiropractic event of the year
Lyceum is the Seminar where people receive information from the best of Chiropractors
Lyceum is HOME

Why?

There is a need for a different kind of seminars in Europe. There is a lot happening in the area, but the content is repetitive and nothing new. No content, very superficial. Attendants rarely have chance to get questions answered.

  • BCC Director Adrian Wenban. BCC Update, Opening and Closing of the event.
  • Philosophy/History Eric Russell . Parker College of Chiropractic Faculty. Past President New Zealand College of Chiropractic. Member of the Hall of Fame of Chiropractic Philosophers
  • Eric Russell, D.C.
    Eric G. Russell is widely considered one of the innovative thought leaders of the chiropractic profession. Dr. Russell obtained his chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1996 and is the first Diplomate of Philosophical Chiropractic Standards (DPhCS) to be named as president of a chiropractic college when he was at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.Because of his emphasis on service to the profession, and his passion for developing clarity around the detection and correction of vertebral subluxation, Dr. Russell has received numerous professional and teaching awards for his service in chiropractic. Some of his prestigious awards include induction to the Palmer College of Chiropractic Great Hall of Philosophers, Parker College of Chiropractic Faculty of the Year, and Chiropractor of the Year for both Illinois and Texas.
    Through his passion for chiropractic, combined with his experience in chiropractic practice, chiropractic academia, as an international speaker, published author, and experience in chiropractic politics makes him one of the profession’s leaders for today and for the future. Dr. Russell strives to inspire chiropractors to be the best they can be at the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic.
  • BCC Director Adrian Wenban. BCC Update, Opening and Closing of the event.
  • Eric G. Russell is widely considered one of the innovative thought leaders of the chiropractic profession. Dr. Russell obtained his chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1996 and is the first Diplomate of Philosophical Chiropractic Standards (DPhCS) to be named as president of a chiropractic college when he was at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic.Because of his emphasis on service to the profession, and his passion for developing clarity around the detection and correction of vertebral subluxation, Dr. Russell has received numerous professional and teaching awards for his service in chiropractic. Some of his prestigious awards include induction to the Palmer College of Chiropractic Great Hall of Philosophers, Parker College of Chiropractic Faculty of the Year, and Chiropractor of the Year for both Illinois and Texas.

    Through his passion for chiropractic, combined with his experience in chiropractic practice, chiropractic academia, as an international speaker, published author, and experience in chiropractic politics makes him one of the profession’s leaders for today and for the future. Dr. Russell strives to inspire chiropractors to be the best they can be at the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic.
  • Science Christopher Kent – Current Sherman College of Chiropractic Faculty. Palmer College of Chiropractic graduate.
  • CHRISTOPHER KENT, DC
    Dr. Kent is a co-founder of the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance. His passion for facilitating human empowerment led him to the chiropractic profession, where he has served as a practitioner, educator, author, lecturer, and researcher. Dr. Kent graduated from Palmer College in Davenport, IA, in 1973.
    Following graduation, Dr. Kent joined the Palmer faculty. While at Palmer, he was elected president of the faculty senate and worked as a principal investigator in the research department. Dr. Kent left Davenport and moved to Florida to practice full-time. He qualified as a specialist in chiropractic diagnostic imaging, was named a Fellow of the College of Chiropractic Imaging, and completed visiting fellowship programs in magnetic resonance imaging. He also served as an associate professor at Palmer-West in California.
    Acknowledged as one of the brightest minds in chiropractic, Dr. Kent returned to New Jersey in 1990 to continue the in-depth research on surface EMG that he had started several years earlier with colleague and friend, Dr. Gentempo. His vision was to develop technologies that would objectively demonstrate manifestations of nerve interference and ultimately provide certainty for chiropractors and their patients. Along the way, Dr. Kent was recognized as “Chiropractic Researcher of the Year” in 1991 by the International Chiropractors Association (ICA). He was also named ICA’s “Chiropractor of the Year” in 1998. In June 2001, Dr. Kent was elected Chair of the United Nations Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Health Committee, the first chiropractor to hold that office. In 2007, Dr. Kent was honored with the first Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed by Life University.
    For over 35 years, Dr. Kent has been committed to developing improved clinical strategies, and securing the future of chiropractic. An attorney as well as a chiropractor, Dr. Kent is a member of the California bar. Dr. Kent’s ability to integrate the philosophy and science of chiropractic is legendary.
  • Technique JP Meersseman DC Topic: “Upper cervical and spine dynamics related to dental malocclusion”
  • Dr. Jean Pierre Meersseman is the long‑time Medical Director of A.C Milan and has created a revolutionary model of health care management, injury prevention and performance enhancement. This model is based on the philosophy, science and art of chiropractic and has brought to the players of the team a tremendous competitive edge. Meersseman’s clinical experience in chiropractic and applied kinesiology has allowed him to evaluate the function and performance abilities of the players in a way that was never possible with the previously applied medical models.