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Logan University Symposium 2023, April 13-16, 2023

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Ten Reasons to Attend Symposium 2023

  Logan University is looking forward to welcoming alumni, faculty, staff and hundreds of leaders in chiropractic and health care to Symposium 2023: Honoring Tradition, Shaping Our Future April 13-16 on campus and at St. Louis Union Station. If you have not already registered, here are 10 reasons to consider attending this year’s event. Expand your knowledge. Informative, inspirational and entertaining, Symposium 2023’s nationally recognized speakers will address a variety of relevant topics, including clinical biomechanics of spinal disorders, chiropractic care for adolescents and pregnant patients, microbiome in gut health, cybersecurity, preventing medical errors during a pandemic, and more. View and download the …

Recent Logan Grads’ SACA Involvement Leads to National Appointments

Making time to get involved in various clubs and organizations while in college can be difficult. But for recent Logan Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) graduates Breanna Leach, DC (’22) and Tristan Alley, DC (’22), their involvement in Logan’s Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA) started at the beginning of their journey at Logan. “In a trimester 1 class, members from SACA came in and highlighted the importance of being in professional organizations,” explained Dr. Leach. “Their passion for fighting for the progression of chiropractic care really interested me.” SACA is a community of student doctors who support evidence-based, patient-centered, collaborative-care practice. …

How to Choose a Chiropractic School

Choosing a chiropractic school can be one of the most challenging choices aspiring Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) students must make. To help navigate the decision-making process, Logan University DC students Pierce Jackson and Grace Reinken offer insights into how and why they chose to call Logan home. Q: How did you decide to go to chiropractic school? Pierce Jackson: When I was working as a student trainer for the University of Memphis football team, I worked closely with Dr. Jude Miller, a Logan graduate. I asked him many questions about chiropractic care, how you get into chiropractic schools, what the …

Allison Harvey, DC Named ACA Pediatric Chiropractor of the Year

Logan is proud to announce that Dr. Allison Harvey was named Pediatric Chiropractor of the Year by the American Chiropractic Association Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics! This award honors the best and brightest who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and achievement in the field of pediatric chiropractic. “What an honor to be recognized by the largest professional chiropractic organization in the United States,” said Dr. Harvey. “I am excited to help trailblaze pediatric chiropractic, not only for our patients and community, but for the students at Logan University. We have a unique opportunity to cultivate the next generation of pediatric chiropractors.” As …

DC Student’s Dedication Reiterates Clinician’s Love for Working at Logan

  Nearly 4,000 miles from his home in Honolulu, HI on the island of O’ahu, Keeyan Parker, trimester 10 DC student, found a new home at Logan University. “Logan is like one big family,” said Parker. “Between sharing notes or giving real-world advice, everyone is always trying to help each other.” Currently in the pediatric rotation at the Montgomery Health Center, Keeyan enjoys being able to work with kids and see the difference chiropractic care makes in their lives. “Working with kids is aways fun,” said Parker. “Especially as a parent, seeing how the little things like posture correction can …

Logan’s Climbing Club Reaches New Heights at So iLL Showdown

Captains and founding members of Logan University’s Climbing Club, trimester 6 doctor of chiropractic students Luke Vanover and Nick Reese, recently participated in one of the biggest climbing competitions in the Midwest. At the Climb So iLL Showdown on October 22, 2022, Luke earned 12th place and Nick earned 13th place out of the 32 people who participated in their division. “It was a very unique competition. Each climber had three hours to complete five of their toughest routes, and there were some unique and challenging boulders neither Nick nor myself had experienced before,” said Luke. “Afterwards, I had the …