Here’s another great reason to purchase your equipment from Bryanne Enterprises, Inc. and KDT!
The Dr. Frederic J. Miscoe Learning Center and Executive Suites.
A state-of-the-art education is provided to every customer in our brand new ½ million dollar learning center. A true amphitheater, each student has a bird’s eye view of each therapy being instructed. Video and power-point presentations are delivered theater style in High Definition to a 14X12 feet flat screen including an enhanced Bose powered THX-Theater Surround Sound system. Up to 54 students are kept comfortable all day long in plush high-back chairs that are fully adjustable. A large break-out area is incorporated for advanced hands-on learning.
One of the most exciting innovations incorporated in the learning center is a fully integrated audience response system that allows each student to interact directly with the presentation. This system allows our instructors to poll the audience at any time and get real-time responses. Each student is given a device very similar to a remote control that allows them to answer multiple choice, true/false or perceptive questions. Each response is instantly tallied and the answers are displayed in percentages, and then the correct answer is highlighted. Student responses are anonymous to facilitate better interaction. Students can also be grouped into teams with prizes at the end of the day for the winners. This interactive learning system adds a lot of fun to your day and even lets you know how others feel about certain topics as a group.
If all this weren’t enough, a limited number of tastefully decorated executive suites are available for overnight guests and small group learning retreats. Each room features a queen size bed, individual bath, cable TV, desk and sofa. Amenities include individual coffee service, hair dryer, and iron.
We also spoil our customers with terrific catered food. All that hands on training can work up a fierce appetite! A continental breakfast is served in the morning prior to the beginning of each seminar, with snacks and refreshments provided during the breaks. A fantastic 3 course lunch is provided including dessert.
The Dr. Frederic J. Miscoe Learning Center is conveniently located just 20 minutes in either direction from the Pennsylvania Turnpike Bedford and Somerset exits.
Local Attractions: Seven Springs Mt. Resort, Hidden Valley Resort, Blue Knob Resort, Laurel Mountain Ski Resort, Flight 93 Memorial, Johnstown Incline Plane and Flood Memorial, Horseshoe Curve, DelGrosso’s amusement park, and Altoona Railroader’s Museum. If you like the outdoors, then this is your paradise! Located atop the spectacular Laurel Highlands, there are two eighteen hole golf courses, including Arnold Palmer’s first designed course near the Indian Lake Lodge and Restaurant. Hunting and fishing opportunities abound, with hiking and biking opportunities along the Allegheny Trail just minutes away. If you like off-road adventures then bring your ATV or motorcycle and visit the State’s newest OHV park featuring over 100 miles of groomed trails just 5 minutes from our facility. Four ski resorts are within 15-45 minutes.
You deserve a lot more when you purchase new equipment and therapies for your practice. Bryanne Enterprises, Inc. delivers! Visit the Dr. Frederic J. Miscoe Memorial Learning Center and feel the love and respect we have for our customers.
Frederic James Miscoe, D.C. 1931-2003
Dedication Ceremony 27 October 2005
Today we dedicate this facility in the memory of Dr. Frederic J. Miscoe.
Dr. Miscoe was a practicing Chiropractor for nearly a half century in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. After graduating from the National Chiropractic College he began his practice inAlma Hall, the original headquarters of the American Red Cross,started there shortly after the devastating Johnstown Flood of 1889 which killed over 3,000 people.
Dr. Miscoe practiced at his Franklin Street location in Johnstown until moving in the early 1970’s to his newly built clinic in Geistown. At one time he operated two additional offices in the West End of Johnstown and another in Central City.
A practitioner equally devoted to his patients and his profession, Dr. Miscoe was an active member and served as District Director and Chairman of the Board of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Society. Dr. Miscoe was an active participant in the fight for the scope-of-practice and insurance equality that Chiropractors enjoy today.
A decorated soldier, Dr. Miscoe served his country during the Korean War as a U.S. Army artillery officer , then as Company Commander of Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 103rd Armor, 28th Infantry Division. He continued to serve in the PA Army National Guard until retiring in 1991.
Dr. Miscoe was an avid pilot and golfer who loved to hunt and fish and was known to shamelessly smoke his pipe in crowded rooms and upon occasion, drink good Kentucky bourbon whiskey. He was well known for his blunt honesty and had the courage of his convictions.
A devoted husband and father, Dr. Miscoe is survived by his wife Constance and his three sons, Frederic J. Miscoe, II, D.C., Michael Miscoe and Geoffrey Miscoe.
Dr. Miscoe was tragically injured while adjusting a patient, then suffering complications which led to his untimely death in the spring of 2003 at the age of 72.
He was buried with full military honors at the Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.