October 30, 2016

Harvard Trained OBGYN on Chiropractic Safety

By chirosushi In #GetAmericaAdjusted, Cause, Chiropractic Success, Health, Malpractice, News

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Catch Dr. Lara at our Wednesday night opening share session at the ChiroSushi Summit – Get Your Passes Now Before We Sell Out!

*Dr. Lara talks about the media, her cancer and Chiropractic and more

Dr. Adrienne Lara is a native Californian.  She worked for 10 years as a registered nurse including labor and delivery before returning to school to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a doctor.

She has been involved in numerous community projects focused on teaching and empowering women with an emphasis on minority women.  She was an original founder of the first Latino physician group at Harvard.

After completing her residency training, Dr. Lara remained on staff at Harvard for another 9 more years as a clinical instructor.  She returned to her hometown of Oxnard in 2005 where she now practices.

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