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ID 24172
  Title Robert M. Wingfield, DC: A conscientious chiropractor
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4593035/
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2015 Sep;59(3):Online access only p 311–324
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“I slept and dreamed that life was beauty. I woke – and found that life was duty.” This quote from the poet Ellen Sturgis Hooper, could be attributed to Robert Wingfield, who has persevered in his quest for personal and professional excellence. This historical biography begins with his genealogy, going back to the 11th century in Merry England and ends in 2015, with his relatively quiet existence still centred in Ontario. The essay scrutinizes Dr. Wingfield’s accomplishments for the Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA), Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) and Ontario Board of Directors of Chiropractic (BDC). Moreover, it attempts to give the reader a glimpse into his personal endeavours, to help us fathom how he tackles (as William Shakespeare would say) “the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to.”

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« Je dormais et je rêvais que la vie était joie. En m’éveillant, je trouvai que la vie était devoir ». Cette citation du poète Ellen Sturgis Hooper pourrait être attribuée à Robert Wingfield, qui a persévéré dans sa quête de l’excellence personnelle et professionnelle. Cette biographie historique commence par sa généalogie, remontant au 11e siècle dans la joyeuse Angleterre, et se termine en 2015, avec son existence relativement calme toujours centrée en Ontario. L’essai examine les réalisations du Dr Wingfield pour l’Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA), l’Association chiropratique canadienne (ACC) et le Conseil d’administration de l’ordre des chiropraticiens de l’Ontario (BDC). En outre, il tente de donner au lecteur un aperçu de ses réalisations personnelles pour nous aider à comprendre comment il aborde (comme William Shakespeare disait) « les mille chocs naturels dont la chair est l’héritière ».

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