Nashville Medical Assisting Students Get a Lesson - and More - in Chiropractic Care MedicoSpine Center representative helps students connect classroom learning to the real world Justin Gardner, the Marketing Coordinator for MedicoSpine Center, a Nashville-based chiropractic office, spoke to Medical Assisting (MA) students at Remington College - Nashville Campus on February 24, 2010. Addressing about 150 students in the six MA morning classes and five night classes, Mr. Gardner spoke about natural healthcare, stress reduction, and nutritional health. He also offered free chiropractic consultations to students and set several appointments. Additionally, he arranged to interview some students and graduates for a front-office position at MedicoSpine. His appearance was coordinated by the Campus's Career Services Department. Allied Health Department Chair Brenda Diaz, instructors Renee Phelps, Kathi Gilmore, Lori Bently, Anna May, and Pam Chesney, and their students appreciated the chance to learn about MedicoSpine's services and the potential benefits of chiropractic care. "The students loved him! He relayed a ton of interesting information and motivated our students to discover more about the chiropractic field. His visit was a great success," said Career Services Representative Ginia Harper. For more information about MedicoSpine Center, visit http://www.medicospine.com/. For details about MA and the other programs offered at our Nashville Campus, visit /nashville.