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From South Side Skeptic to Global Lifestyle Architect: The Transformative Journey of Dr. Glenn T. Miller

Born and raised on the South Side of Chicago, Glenn Miller’s, DC (’19), path to becoming a wellness expert was far from predictable. His childhood was marked by frequent illnesses, fostering skepticism toward health care. However, Logan’s Doctor of Chiropractic program changed the trajectory of his life. After attending Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville. Dr. Miller transferred to Logan University in 2011, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Life Science before earning his Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) degree. Balancing two jobs while pursuing his degree, he had the added responsibility of impending fatherhood. The will to be a role model …

Career Paths for Chiropractors

Once you graduate, finding a fulfilling job that you love may seems like a challenge but for Logan University Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) graduates, there are endless career opportunities. Take a look at a few places our Logan graduates have been making an impact after receiving their DC degrees – some of these career paths may be unexpected. Mike Murphy, DC (’95) has been serving as the official chiropractor for the St. Louis Blues for nearly 25 years. In this position, he works with the athletes on an integrated approach to prevent and treat injuries. “During my time treating Kelly …

How to Decide if Teaching is the Next Step in Your Health Care Career

A doctor talks to a student.

Tomorrow’s nurses, dentists, nutritionists and other professionals need expert educators to teach and guide them. For health care professionals interested in a career in education, entering a doctorate program could be the right step forward. Laura Rauscher, PhD, LPC, NCC, ACS, CTMH, program director for Logan University’s Doctor of Health Professions Education (DHPE), shares who is a good fit for a doctorate in education program, how to choose one that aligns with your career goals and more. Why might someone working in health care consider pivoting to teaching? Many people in health care consider it a privilege to teach future …

Logan Staff Member & MSHI Student Graduates This Winter

With a thirst for knowledge and a desire to help others, Sara Thoele found her place at Logan University as both a staff member and student. Following her graduation from Cornell College in 2013, Sara’s plans of being a social worker changed after having to move home to help take care of her grandmother. “After moving home, I wasn’t sure what to do,” Sara said. “Finding the position as a patient service representative at Logan University’s Southfield Health Center – and at the Stephen A. Orthwein Center – was serendipitous.” Saras responsibilities at the Orthwein Center include welcoming patients for …

Doctor of Chiropractic Students Attend Career Roadshow in Milwaukee

Five students from Logan University’s Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) program attended a Career Roadshow in Milwaukee on March 9 and 10. Hosted by Logan Career Services, the event was designed to help student doctors explore a variety of career options and build their network of professional contacts. On March 9, the participating students—along with Jason Goodman, DC (’98), PhD, director of external clinical rotations and assistant professor at Logan—delivered a presentation to a group of undergraduate students from several universities throughout Wisconsin interested in applying to chiropractic school. They shared information and answered questions about their experience in Logan’s DC …

U.S. Air Force Veteran Aspires to Aid Fellow Disabled Veterans

Dominque Roberts, former nuclear weapons technician for the United States Air Force, realized their true calling after attending one of many appointments with the Veterans Affairs (VA) office.  Dominique wanted to create custom, electronically aided, active prosthetics for other disabled veterans. “I aim to create the prosthetics to be suited to people’s specific needs and match their lifestyles,” explained Dominique. “This isn’t necessarily a niche the VA is suited, or designed, to meet.” Dominique plans to achieve this goal by attending Logan University to earn their Bachelor of Science in Human Biology degree. They’ll go on to pursue their master’s …