Dr. Dan Golden is a 3rd generation Chiropractor. He, his father, grandfather and two uncles before him graduated from the Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa. Dr. Golden has two younger brothers who are also Chiropractors having graduated from Texas Chiropractic College. His middle brother's son graduated from TCC as well.
Dr. Golden established a practice in the small bedroom community of Highlands, Texas just East of Houston. In 1974, having visited Colorado the year before, he, his wife, Nancy and their three small children moved to Colorado Springs where he remained until 1990.
After the death of his father Dr. Golden and Nancy moved to there beach home in Crystal Beach, Texas. He opened the only Chiropractic Clinic on Bolivar Peninsula practicing out of the lower level of his home. While in Texas Dr. Golden became deeply involved with the local volunteer fire department eventually becoming the director of the emergency medical services. He was also appointed to be the assistant medical examiner for that portion of Galveston County making as many as 400 emergency and related calls per year.
In July 1967 Dr. Golden attended and became an avid follower of Dr. James W. Parker and the Parker School for Professional Success. Through the teachings of Dr. Parker and other Chiropractic leaders of the time Dr. Golden formed a practice management and personal development company known as The Golden System. Through The Golden System seminars were presented throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. In 1985 Dr. Parker asked if Dr. Golden would present the complete Golden System as a regular part of the Parker Seminars. He was honored and did so for several years. In 1985 Dr. Golden was selected as Chiropractor Of The Year by the El Paso County Chiropractic Association in Colorado Springs. In 1987 he was awarded the coveted Chiropractor Of The Year from the northern portion of the United States by the Parker Chiropractic Resource Foundation. Dr. Golden was a regular Parker Seminar Team Teacher at the Parker Seminars through September 1998. He then joined the teaching team of the Karl Parker Seminars wherein he presented seminar classes until 2004. He, along with Dr's Roger Singer and Richard Brassard presented seminars sponsored by the ACA to upper class students of Chiropractic colleges in an effort to prepare for the transition from student to practitioner.
Dr. Golden has been the a keynote speaker at numerous Chiropractic seminars, conventions and forums. He was the commencement address speaker at four different Parker Chiropractic College graduations as well as Northwestern Chiropractic College. In addition to speaking Dr. Golden is the author of articles which have appeared in numerous national and international publications as well as a book "The Five Questions."
In 2005 Dr. Golden and his wife of now 52 years retired from active practice. For several years they devoted their time to traveling as full time rvers. They now reside back in Colorado Springs.
Through the urging of a friend and colleague, Dr. Timothy Schaub, Dr. Golden agreed to come out of retirement to assist in resurrecting and presenting the time tested and proven practice management principles responsible for the enhanced success of so many thousand Chiropractors over the years. The rebirth of those principles shall be under the name ChiroSushi.....Raw and Good.