Congratulations Class of December 2015!

Awards Presentation for the Class of December 2015

Congratulations to the Class of December 2015!

Awards Presentation for the Class of December 2015. Congratulations!

Posted by Logan University on Friday, December 18, 2015

InTouch - December 2015



The December 2015 issue of InTouch has been published.

This issue covers topics such as the cost effectiveness of chiropractic care, neck pain, low back pain, disc generation and much more!

Special Hours and Closures for Holiday Break

Please be aware of the special hours and closures for the Holiday Break:

Bookstore
December 21 and 22: Closed for inventory
December 24-December 26: Closed
December 31-January 2: Closed

Café and Charlie’s Grab n’ Go
December 18-Janaury 4: Closed

Health Centers
December 24-26: Closed
December 31-January 2: Closed

Learning Resources Center
December 19-20: Closed
December 21-23: Open 11am-3pm
December 24-27: Closed
December 28-30: Open 11am-3pm
December 31-Janaury 3: Closed

Wellness Center
December 21-23: 10am-4pm
December 24-27: Closed
December 28-30: 10am-4pm
December 31-January 3: Closed

Have a safe and happy holiday break!

Logan's Master's Degree Programs Qualify for Diplomate Certifications



Doctors of Chiropractic who have completed Logan’s Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation (MSR) or the Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance (MSN) may be eligible for diplomate certifications in their specialized areas.

The American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (ACBSP), the education arm of Chiropractic Sports Medicine in the U.S., serves as the governing body for both the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) and Diplomate American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (DACBSP) certifications.

Likewise, the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition (CBCN), under the governing body of the American Chiropractic Association, offers a Diplomate Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition to qualifying Doctors of Chiropractic.

To be eligible for the DACBSP, a DC must have earned the CCSP and have completed 300 hours of postgraduate education or the equivalent, peer reviewed or published material and 100 hours of practical experience in the field, before passing a written and practical exam.

Eligibility regulations for the CBCN require a DC to have 300 hours of postgraduate education and two written case histories from actual patient files.

“The coursework fulfills the hours required, and practical experience may be applied as well,” said David Parish, DC, MS, CSCS, DACBSP, ICCSP, program director for the Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation. “You are accruing those requirements as a student rather than spending nights and weekends in postgraduate or field work outside of your practice.”

Robert Davidson, PhD, program director for the Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance, said he is pleased to know the program’s coursework satisfied the requirement for the diplomate status. 

“We’ve had several students express great interest, so as we get the word out, I imagine there will be many more interested in pursuing this certification.”

Visit acbsp.com and cbcn.us for more information.

Finals Stress Busters - December 2015