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More Than a Career. It's a Calling.

Become a confident leader in the dynamic, rewarding field of natural health care. At Logan University, you'll develop the knowledge and skills to make an immediate impact on your community's health.

More Than a Career. It's a Calling.

Become a confident leader in the dynamic, rewarding field of natural health care. At Logan University, you'll develop the knowledge and skills to make an immediate impact on your community's health.


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Athletics, Careers, Online Resources, Resources

Webinar: Sports, Olympics & the Military: Careers in Athletic Training

Webinar: Sports, Olympics & the Military: Careers in Athletic Training 5 p.m. CST, Wednesday, July 14 Athletic Trainers are making a...

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Athletics, Online Resources, Resources, Speakers, Sports At Logan

Meet the Presenters: Careers in Athletic Training Webinar

Athletic trainers are making a difference in fields ranging from professional sports to the performing arts. Is a career in athletic...

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Why Logan?

Healthy futures begin here. Positive patient outcomes begin in the classroom, and Logan graduates excel by all standard measures.

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Chiropractic techniques
Faculty with doctoral
or terminal degree
Student-faculty ratio
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Summer 2021 Commencement

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2020 Graduates Ceremony

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8:00am – 5:00pm

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Carter Lindenfield

Logan is one of the best chiropractic colleges in North America. They are making leaders here.

Carter Lindenfield, DC Student 2021

A strong advocate for women's health, Assistant Dean of the College of Chiropractic Kristina Petrocco-Napuli, DC, MS, FICC, FACC recently authored a cover story in Chiropractic Economics in which she explains why framing female chiropractors as primary care physicians can be beneficial to patients and to the chiropractic profession in comprehensive women’s health care. Read the article at the link in our bio.
Logan’s Master of Science in #Sports Science & #Rehabilitation educates the most qualified professionals committed to recovery and #athletic performance—and with a growing need for both, there’s never been a better time to pursue this degree. Apply by August 27 at the #linkinbio to begin classes this fall!
One month left to apply for our fall cohort of Doctor of Chiropractic students! We’re looking forward to restoring full on-campus, in-person operations for the fall trimester, for which limited seating is still available. Plus, Moving Assistance Grants are available to assist with your journey to Logan. Submit your application today and begin your career in the rewarding field of natural health care at the link in our bio.
Expand your knowledge. Learn from industry leaders. Have fun. Whether you're a student or practicing health care provider, there are so many reasons to attend #LoganUSymposium this fall... check them out at the link in our bio. We hope you'll join us!
Jake Schrom is a Paralympian! Congratulations to @jake_from_weight_farm on being offered a Bipartite Invitation to represent @usa_para_powerlifting at the @tokyo2020 @paralympics! The invitation comes after placing fifth at the World Cup in Dubai this June and finishing the year ranked 10th overall in the world for his weight class. Read more about Jake's road to Tokyo at the link in our bio. #TeamUSA #Tokyo2020 #Paralympics #LoganUniversity
From professional sports to the military to industrial settings, athletic trainers provide evidence-based, preventative, proactive care. Join our free, live webinar on Careers in Athletic Training TOMORROW, Wednesday, July 14 at 5 p.m. to hear from four athletic trainers about their career experiences and learn if a future in athletic training is right for you. Learn about the presenters & reserve your spot at the link in our bio.
An in-person commencement ceremony for 2020 Logan graduates will be held on campus at the William D. Purser, DC Center at 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 21. The ceremony will be followed by an hors d’oeuvre reception and will be live-streamed for those who are unable to attend the in-person event. If you haven’t already, please indicate if you plan on attending via the Google Form at the link in our bio by end-of-day today, Monday, July 12. This will help inform our decision on the number of guests each graduate will be allotted at the commencement ceremony.
Betcha didn't know this fun fact about Mike Jula, DC ('04), assistant professor and clinician at Logan's Montgomery Health Center. Get to know him! 

What’s your advice to incoming students? While you should take the entirety of your education seriously, it's essential that you pay particular attention to your billing and documentation coursework. Do not wait until after you graduate to take true ownership of those materials and concepts, as this is how you ensure the highest possible level of service to the people entrusted to your care while simultaneously maximizing income potential and avoiding certain medicolegal pitfalls.

My favorite part about working at Logan is…  That's an easy one: the students! The relationships I have cultivated over these last 13 years have been tremendously rewarding. 

Most people don’t know that…  I am also a professional musician (guitarist), conservatory-educated in classical composition and jazz guitar performance. I used to gig 150+ nights per year in Chicago and its suburbs prior to becoming a chiropractor. I still perform 30-50 dates per year around the St. Louis metro area.

Next up on the bucket list?  Find a new band and get back out there on stage! My last project was a Covid casualty, so it's time to rebuild now that the world is returning to some sense of normalcy.
Athletic trainers provide evidence-based, preventative, proactive care in many health care capacities -- from professional sports to the performing arts. Explore your #athletictraining career options in our free, live webinar on July 14, led by the program director and faculty from Logan’s Master’s in Athletic Training. This interactive panel discussion will feature professional athletic trainers with experience working for collegiate athletics programs, performing arts groups, @boeing and the @usarmy. Register at the #linkinbio.
Happy Fourth of July! Logan's campus will be closed on Monday, July 5, 2021 in observance of Independence Day. Celebrate safely!
You’re looking at one of the newest Logan Leopards. Welcome to the Logan family, Mara! #DCtoBe #LeadersMade 
#Repost @maraisabl with @get.repost
Next year I’m going to start a huge and important step in my life. Extremely happy and excited, grateful for every opportunity God puts on my path everyday. Future Dr. Alayón Rullán. 🦴
Next up in our faculty spotlight series, get to know Adjunct Professor Jeanetta Wilkerson, DC ('15), MTAA, LMT, World Para Powerlifting Level 3 Classifier:

What does #LeadersMade mean to you? Having the ability to be a good pupil in learning, then at some point reaching back to teach those who are following in your footsteps, encouraging and inspiring them to become the leaders of tomorrow.

What’s your advice to incoming students? Becoming a DC is no easy task. Trust the process and remember #Chiropractic Principle #6 - The Principle of Time: There is no process that does not require time. 

Next up on the bucket list? To take part in my first mission trip when the opportunity presents itself. 

Most people don’t know that… I am a 1st Soprano and train in MMA with an emphasis on Muay Thai.
Fun fact: It would take 7.875 Bell Towers stacked to reach the height (and width!) of the @gatewayarchstl. Today, on June 30, we’re proud to celebrate the shining 630-foot-tall symbol of St. Louis. Happy #Arch630Day!
Get an insider's look into the #Paralympic movement, Logan’s position as home of @usa_para_powerlifting and the crucial role #chiropractic care plays in rehabilitation and athlete performance. Click the #linkinbio to reserve your spot for this live webinar led by Dr. Kelley Humphries on Wednesday, July 7.
As adjunct faculty in Logan's Department of Radiology, Aaron B. Welk, DC ('09), DACBR, describes the radiology department as "a top-notch facility where elite level students have the opportunity to advance their education through a 3-year residency program and potential fellowship in advanced diagnostic imaging with the goal of attaining the certification of Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology (DACBR). Get to know him!

What’s your advice to incoming students? Explore all opportunities within the chiropractic profession. Professors and field practitioners in all subspecialties have useful information to teach and guide you in your educational and professional endeavors.

Why Logan? I think the Logan chiropractic program has a broad diversity that allows students the freedom to determine their path within the chiropractic profession.

Most people don’t know that: My dad jokes are awesome.

Favorite STL restaurant: @johndmcgurks or Good News Brewing Company.
Drumroll, please... Logan University has been selected as the local organizing committee for the 2022 America’s Championships for World Para Powerlifting Organization (WPPO)! This is the first time the WPPO has selected an organization in the U.S. to host a major international competition for the sport of para powerlifting.

The event – scheduled for July 1-12, 2022 – will include educational courses and technical meetings, in addition to the competition which will be held July 8-11. All events will take place on campus, primarily at the William D. Purser, DC Center. Stay tuned for more info!
Are you considering chiropractic school? Get the insiders’ perspective on student life in one of the nation’s leading Doctor of Chiropractic programs. Join four current Logan University DC students for a lively, interactive webinar Wednesday, June 30. #linkinbio
Campus appreciation post 😍
In our next faculty spotlight, get to know Devon Ackroyd, DC, MS, CSCS, CCSP, ICSC, advanced practice clinician!

What does leadership mean to you? Leadership is giving your best self to everything you do, never settling for the status quo and always challenging yourself to learn more and improve skills.  Never underestimate the power of your own brand and reputation.

What’s your advice to incoming students? Take every opportunity as a learning experience and commit to going above and beyond the basic requirements.

My favorite part about working at Logan is… Helping contribute to the growth of the student doctors and eventually watching them cross the stage and join our profession. 

Most people don’t know that… I swam competitively from the age of six, eventually culminating my career at the NCAA D1 level.  It is also where I met my wife and the reason we ended up in St. Louis!

Favorite place you’ve traveled and why?  Greek Islands. My wife and I visited on our honeymoon.  Greece is such a beautiful country with wonderful people and great cuisine!

Favorite STL restaurant? @louiedemun

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