At Logan University , students receive extensive clinical training through the Logan University Chiropractic Health Centers. Student senior interns and residents, under direct supervision of our teaching clinicians, are well trained in chiropractic techniques. Patients receive chiropractic care for conditions that range from back and neck problems to complaints of headache, allergies, injuries and a variety of conditions affecting the quality of life. More than 60,000 patient visits are recorded annually at Logan’s health centers.
Students in their 10th trimester are allowed to participate in an optional four-week rotation at an area hospital.
The Marketing Program will teach students the business of procuring patients for the health center rotation.
In the 10th trimester, students are allowed to go off campus and work in the field with a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic.