Happy 120th Birthday Chiropractic!

It's chiropractic's 120th birthday! We celebrated with cupcakes honoring both chiropractic's birthday and Logan's 80th birthday month.

Clinic Abroad - Dominican Republic - August 2015

At the end of August, eight Logan University students and two faculty members embarked on a clinic abroad trip to the Dominican Republic. The trip was designed to push students out of their comfort zone while treating citizens of a third-world country with chiropractic care.

The group spent six clinic days in the country, split between two different locations in Santo Domingo. In total, the students and clinicians saw 617 total patient visits during their stay.

The next clinic abroad trip is already being planned and is tentatively scheduled between January 2nd, 2016 and January 11th, 2016. If you're interested in attending, contact Dr. Barry Wiese at Barry.Wiese@logan.edu.

Constitution Day - September 17th, 2015

Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17th, 1787, recognized by all who, are born in the U.S. or by naturalization, have become citizens.  

Please stop by the display table in the Student Center on Thursday, September 17th to celebrate and learn some fun facts regarding our U.S. Constitution. Fall treats will be provided too.

Sights & Sounds - White Coat Ceremony

The White Coat Ceremony is a time where we welcome new Doctor of Chiropractic students to the chiropractic profession and to Logan. Enjoy some sights and sounds from our most recent ceremony.

Logan Spirit Week

Students! Logan Student Government has planned a Spirit Week between Monday, September 14th and Saturday, September 19th.

All Week Long
Submit name suggestions to the LSG for the new study area.
Chiropractic/Door decorating competition. Complete your room's door by Thursday, September 17th and judging will be held on Friday, September 18th.

Monday, September 14th
Sport your favorite Logan gear.

Tuesday, September 15th
Map Logan's future! Pin your future practice location on the map in the Student Center.

Wednesday, September 16th
Dress like your favorite professor

Thursday, September 17th
Wear Logan colors (blue and white). This includes clinic attire.

Friday, September 18th
Wear your new 80th Anniversary t-shirt and enjoy birthday cake in the Administration Building lobby.

Saturday, September 19th
Beginning of the Tri party at McGurk's Irish Pub beginning at 7pm.

Logan’s Center for Viscero-Somatic Studies Offers Combined Chiropractic and Nutritional Treatment

The new Center for Viscero-Somatic Studies (CVSS), endowed by a generous donation by Dr. Howard F. Loomis, Jr. a 1967 alumnus, is located within the Montgomery Health Center on the Logan University campus and is now open to patients with musculoskeletal and visceral conditions.
The CVSS is designed to serve an expanded community of patients seeking conservative health care, without the use of drugs or surgery, while further complementing services provided through Logan’s Chiropractic Health Centers.
David Beavers, DC, MEd, MPH, Chair of the CVSS, said the Center will offer health risk screening, diagnosis and conservative treatment, using nutrition and nutritional enzymes to address biochemical and mechanical imbalances of the body, such as concurrent low back pain and digestive issues, or mid-back pain and chronic fatigue.
“It’s a holistic and comprehensive approach for patients experiencing health issues along with musculoskeletal problems,” he said “Combining chiropractic and nutrition, we’ll be using a system of analysis with functional nutrition and enzymatic nutrition to address internal health disorders.”
The CVSS is a specialized resource for patients as well as Logan chiropractic students and faculty for practice-based learning, research and collaboration with Logan’s other health centers. CVSS clinicians will make use of newer technology, such as the Heart Rate Variability testing, and work directly with Logan’s Radiology Department for diagnostic ultrasound and full-body composition diagnosis through the University’s DEXA machine.