Tennesseeís Chiropractors gather in Franklin for annual meeting
Pictured front row from left: Dr. Keith D. Bailey, recognized with Chiropractic Service Award established in his honor; Tammy House, CTA, CXA, recipient of the Chiropractic Assistant of the Year; Dr. Stephen Nutt, received Keith D. Bailey Chiropractic Service Award. Back row, from left: Dr. Randall J. Crawford, Rising Chiropractor of the Year; Dr. Cole J. Hosenfeld, Chiropractor of the Year; Dr. C. Stephen Williams was the Convention Honoree and Dr. Donald Wegener received the James R. Cole Heritage Award.
Franklin’s Marriott Cool Springs recently hosted the 77th annual meeting of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association (TCA). Chiropractors and their practice staff from throughout the state participated in the three-day conference. Dr. Keith D. Bailey, of Brentwood, was honored with the establishment of a distinguished service award that bears his name.
A longtime Williamson County resident and native of Lawrence County, Bailey, began caring for patients in Middle Tennessee in1958. A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, he has actively supported the TCA for more than 50 years, at one time serving as the organization’s president. Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander appointed him to serve on the Tennessee Chiropractor Board of Examiners in 1981.
Bailey presented the first annual Keith D. Bailey Chiropractic Service Award to his colleague Dr. Stephen Nutt, of Murfreesboro. “It is a pleasure to recognize Dr. Stephen Nutt for his contributions to the field of chiropractic. His service is evidenced by his personal commitment to his patients and his dedication to the profession in Tennessee. Because we are both from Lawrence County it makes it even more special,” said Bailey, who retired from his Williamson County practice several years ago.
Posted on: 9/11/2012