LRC Hours During Thanksgiving Week


LRC (Library & Computer Lab) hours during Thanksgiving week:

Wednesday, November 26th: 6:30am - 5pm
Thursday, November 27th: Closed
Friday, November 28th: Closed
Saturday, November 29th: Closed
Sunday, November 30th: Closed

Philosophy Night - November 13th

The Philosophy Club will be hosting a "Philosophy Night" featuring Dr. DeGeer this Thursday, November 13th at 5:00pm in Room 142B

Come find out why an MD decided to obtain his DC degree. 

Free snacks will be provided.

National Board Part IV Examination On Campus - November 14th

This year the Part IV National Board examination will be administered on campus Friday, November 14th, as well as on Saturday, November 15th and Sunday, November 16th. The following areas and rooms will be unavailable for regular classroom/laboratory/clinic instruction on Friday:
 
The entire Montgomery Health Center area, including the Student Health Center, the Assessment Center, and the elevator lobby area.
The elevator lobby area on the ground floor.
Room G2/G3
Room G102
Room G105
Room G107

Breakfast with Santa - December 6th

Enjoy a warm breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 6th from 9:00am to 11:00am in the Standard Process Student Center. Santa is scheduled to arrive from the North Pole at 9:00am and will visit with children and families before leaving Logan to prepare for his travels around the globe.

Come out and enjoy a morning of family fun with a hot breakfast, arts and crafts for kids, and of course a picture with the one and only Santa Claus!

All Logan students, faculty and staff should RSVP to Student.Services@logan.edu by Friday, November 28th. Please include the total number of Adults and Children (Under 10) who will be attending.

Logan and the Mizzou Tigers Team Up for Athletic Performance

Dr. Jose Ramirez and Rex Sharp

This article is from the Fall 2014 edition of The Tower. Click here to read the full issue.

In a stadium approximately 100 miles west of Logan University’s campus, a unique partnership is taking shape. The point of convergence is Memorial Stadium, home of the Missouri Tigers Football Team, and it’s where hundreds of Division I athletes are receiving chiropractic treatment under the care of Logan staff and students.

A relationship established between the two institutions eight years ago has resulted in Logan having a physical presence on the Mizzou campus. Jose Ramirez, DC, MS, CCSP is leading the effort as director of Logan’s Human Performance Center at Mizzou. 

“The number one goal of the Mizzou Athletic Health Care Team is to provide unparalleled, state-of-the-art health care for all of our student athletes,” states Rex Sharp, associate athletic director at the University of Missouri. “The care provided by Logan is consistent with the expectations of our Mizzou team physicians and other allied health professionals involved in our athletic health care program.”  Dr. Ramirez’s goal is to enhance performance, prevent injuries or accelerate the healing of injuries of all athletes at Mizzou.

For Logan interns, working in an integrated health care environment among certified athletic trainers and orthopedic surgeons provides a chance to deepen their clinical experience. Dr. Ramirez said Logan interns couldn’t be getting a better opportunity. “They are expanding their knowledge in diagnosis and getting to work with some of the best healthcare professionals in the industry, You can’t put a value on that experience.” While some collegiate sports teams have relationships with DCs in private practice, it’s rare to see a team enlist another college or university and its students. 

David Parish, DC, MS, CSCS, DACBSP, director of Logan’s sports rehabilitation center, said Logan’s partnership with Mizzou is unique The Mizzou staff agrees. “The vision and leadership provided by Logan has allowed Mizzou Athletic Health Care to utilize the resources of Logan University in a unique partnership,” Sharp said.