Keiser University College of Chiropractic Medicine (KUCCM) students Noelby De La Hoz and Sita Ramnarine were each recently awarded $500 scholarships toward Cox Flexion-Distraction Technique Seminars. The award was made possible by the Strong Women Inspiring Interdisciplinary Fortitude and Transformation (SWIIFT), Inc. organization’s contribution by Dr. and Mrs. Gudavalli in honor of their daughter Dr. Sharina Gudavalli to inspire and support compassionate female doctors in the field.
Sharina Gudavalli was a tireless advocate and volunteer in chiropractic clinic abroad programs in India, Vietnam, and Brazil. A graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic, she served a fellowship at the Texas Back Institute and was certified in Cox flexion-distraction technique. She received the Best Clinical Intern award during her clinical training.
Founded by Keiser University College of Chiropractic program students Karla Thiele, Mary Seddique, Karen-Ann Gordon and Paola Franco, SWIIFT, Inc. was created to inspire and support compassionate women doctors in the field of chiropractic.