Join us in welcoming Dr. John Davenport to Logan! Dr. Davenport will serve as a Clinician in the Human Performance Center.
Dr. Davenport is a native Floridian who ran a private practice in Jacksonville Beach, Florida from 1992-2014. Dr. Davenport has an undergraduate degree in human biology, a doctorate in chiropractic and postgraduate training in sports medicine, automobile accident trauma, and orthomolecular medicine. He is a certified in acupuncture and has a Fellowship with the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. He is also trained in induction laser treatment of allergies. All this training as well as his passion for organic and bio-chemistry, makes him uniquely qualified to provide cutting-edge treatments for acute and chronic illnesses.
In addition to his clinical training, Dr. Davenport is a nationally recognized Compliance Specialist (MCS-P) with credentialing that enables him to work with physicians of all types. He authored the book Chiropractic Compliance Made Easy and has created a program for chiropractors. As a chiropractic consultant, he speaks across the country to large groups of doctors on issues relating to compliance regulations.
Welcome to Logan!
The first wave of students have been emailed about the Speak Up, Speak Out survey. The survey is designed to gauge different aspects of student satisfaction in order to give us a well-rounded view of the student experience. The survey should only take 10 minutes and is an integral part of our desire to provide the best possible educational experience to our students.
The results are confidential and will be shared in a summary format. Text comments will be reported verbatim, so please do not provide identifying information in your text comments. We will share the summary results with the Logan Community and of course we will continue to work to make the Logan experience the best it can be.
Please complete your survey by Monday, February 9th.
All students will eventually be surveyed, so watch your email!
Volunteers are needed for Logan’s Hare in the Air Egg Hunt event on Saturday, March 28, 2015!
Volunteer opportunities may include but are not limited to assisting with children’s egg hunts, petting zoo, registration, set up, prize table and balloon station.
Students, Faculty and Staff are all invited to volunteer and all volunteers will be entered into a prize drawing!
If you wish to volunteer for this event, please contact Toby Hall, Toby.Hall@logan.edu
, 636-230-1924 or stop by office 110 to sign up.