Physical Qualifications for Admission
The following are physical qualifications that are essential for participation in the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree Program at Logan College of Chiropractic/University Programs. All students admitted must individually be able to perform satisfactorily in the College's classrooms, clinics and laboratories. Apply now!
The following physical qualifications as defined by the Cabinet and ultimately by the Board of Trustees are:
- Physical and mental abilities of the individual that provide for successful participation and completion of the standard chiropractic curriculum.
- An auditory sense sufficient to record patient history and patient interrogations and provide for routine patient safety, services and other auditory instrumentation.
- A visual sense sufficient for reading radiographs and the identification of histological, cytological, microbiological and pathological structures through microscopy.
- Tactile perceptiveness as it relates to diagnosis and treatment of human ailments.
- The ability to utilize manual dexterity in order to perform within the laboratory settings of the basic, clinical and chiropractic sciences.
- The physical strength and coordination to perform the common chiropractic manipulative techniques.
- The physical strength and coordination of the extremities necessary to apply chiropractic adjustive procedures common to the competent practice of chiropractic.