Meet New Risk Management Speakers

NCMIC Speakers Bureau is pleased to announce the addition of two dynamic speakers.

Risk Management

Welcome, Drs. Ingrando and Stites

Nicole Ingrando, D.C., candidly presents research, experience and clinical tools to help doctors and students achieve practice and patient success. James Stites, D.C., DACBR, DACO, has a passion for evidence-based clinical practice and presents it in a manner that is both understandable and entertaining.


I am pleased to present the following new speakers to NCMIC's risk management speakers bureau:

Nicole Ingrando, D.C.

Known for energetic lectures, Nicole Ingrando, D.C., provides advice and real-life tools to help Doctors of Chiropractic obtain growth and patient satisfaction in their practices. Dr. Ingrando believes that every practicing D.C. can be successful in a market teemed with patients seeking relief from pain. 

A lecturer, author and contributor to the profession and community, Dr. Ingrando is regularly recruited to provide keynote lectures to Fortune 500 companies, as well as the medical field. She has helped develop practice models and rehabilitation strategies, and she was the first chiropractor on a panel presenting at a large orthopedic surgical conference.

Dr. Ingrando's seminar topics include:

  • The Spine
  • Rehabilitation
  • Evidence-Based Practice
  • Communication
  • Marketing for D.C.s

John Stites, D.C., DACBR, DACO

Evidence is a universal language that cuts across all healthcare disciplines. It is essential in our evolving modern healthcare system that clinicians develop skills in accessing, assessing and synthesizing the evidence. Dr. Stites' presentations are interactive and use a variety of media. 

Dr. Stites is professor and director of community clinics at Palmer College of Chiropractic. He also provides care for underserved populations in a community healthcare center alongside medical physicians and dentists. A 1979 Palmer graduate, he has been on faculty since 1983 and holds Diplomates in both radiology and orthopedics.

Dr. Stites presents on the topic of "Evidence-Based Practice."


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