Texas Chiropractic College
|Texas College of Chiropractic|
|Founder||John N. Stone|
|President||Stephen A. Foster|
Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) is a private chiropractic college located in Pasadena, Texas. Founded in 1908, it is the fourth oldest chiropractic college in the United States. TCC was originally located in San Antonio, Texas before moving in 1965 to Pasadena due to increased demands for a larger campus.
Alumni include Louisiana State Senator Gerry E. Hinton (1930-2000), a chiropractor in Slidell who worked to obtain chiropractic licensing in Louisiana. The legislation was signed in 1974 making Louisiana the last state to recognize the profession.
- "A List of U.S. Chiropractic Schools and Their Origins". Palmer College of Chiropractic. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
- Keating, Jr, Joseph. Chronology of the Texas Chiropractic College (pre-1949) (PDF). p. 59. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
- "A Moment of Silence for Gerry E. Hinton, DC (1930 - 2000)". Dynamic Chiropractic. September 4, 2000. Retrieved 8 September 2017.
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