Peter Dinich, D.C.
Opening Doors In Europe – and Beyond
In Europe – and Beyond
Peter Dinich, D.C., M.D., M.S.
The world may be getting smaller, but there is still plenty of room for pioneering chiropractors to open entire countries to chiropractic. Dr. Dinich has done just that in Serbia, where chiropractic didn’t previously exist at all as a profession. He has ensured that Serbia now has laws that recognize and protect chiropractic as a separate and unique healing art.
No place on earth is more important in establishing principled chiropractic than Europe, where its benefits as a positive health intervention have escaped the burgeoning science of wellness facilitation. Through his work in Serbia and his contributions to making Life U a reality in Rome, TCL would like to recognize Dr. Dinich for ensuring the chiropractic profession has the foundation it needs for its introduction and establishment in Eastern Europe and beyond.
TCL: For which professional achievements will you most want to be acknowledged?
Dinich: There are a few things, including:
- Bringing the law for chiropractic in Serbia (in December 2006), which acknowledges chiropractic as an independent profession
- Issuing the first book about chiropractic in the Serbian language, which is now in its fifth edition and is translated to English as “Chiropractic and Health,” and is now available on Amazon.com
- Founder and president of the Serbian Association of Chiropractors (SAH)
- Member of the European and World Federation of Chiropractic
TCL: What projects are you working on now (or have worked on recently) that you are most excited about and would like more people to know about?
Dinich: Together with Life University, creating an international school for chiropractic in Europe along with a Master’s program in a holistic and Vitalistic approach to health [within a Life U program in Rome]. Our vision is to also have a branch here in Belgrade (Serbia) to bring chiropractic education to all Eastern European countries, as well as the Middle East and Far East, where there is no chiropractic education.
TCL readers who would like to learn more about Dr. Dinić may learn more at his office website: http://www.hiropraktor.com/index.html
Readers interested in Dr. Dinich’s book Chiropractic and Health may preview a sample at the following link: http://www.amazon.com/Chiropractic-Health-Peter-Dinich/dp/1492347612/ref=sr_1_8?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1449941774&sr=1-8&keywords=chiropractic+and+health.