Logan’s Fall 2020 Plan + COVID-19 Updates

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Meet the Virtual Commencement Featured Speakers

Logan University is thrilled to announce the celebration of our April and August 2020 graduates with virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday, August 22. 10:00 am: April 2020 College of Chiropractic Graduates 12:00 pm: August 2020 College of Chiropractic Candidates 2:00 pm: April 2020 College of Health Sciences Graduates and August 2020 College of Health Sciences Candidates Additionally, we will honor the accomplishments of the College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences August 2020 graduating class with a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Friday, August 21 at 9:00 am. Each ceremony will be streamed here. Featured speakers for the commencement ceremonies …

Virtual Commencement Ceremonies – April & August 2020 Graduates

Female student celebrating graduation.

Join us in celebrating Logan University’s April and August 2020 graduates with virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday, August 22: 10 a.m.: April 2020 College of Chiropractic Graduates 12 p.m.: August 2020 College of Chiropractic Candidates 2 p.m.: April 2020 College of Health Sciences Graduates and August 2020 College of Health Sciences Candidates Additionally, we will honor the accomplishments of the College of Chiropractic and College of Health Sciences August 2020 graduating class with a Virtual Awards Ceremony on Friday, August 21 at 9 a.m. Each ceremony will be streamed here. As you watch the ceremony, share your well wishes for …

Transfer Student Finds Home at Logan

Trimester 2 student Megan Mattox transferred to Logan University in January 2020. After just 10 weeks in the DC program, campus closed and all instruction moved online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The attitude and culture here at Logan is focused not on competing with one another, but on completing the program together,” said Megan. “This reinforces learning among my cohort of fellow students, and having even just 10 weeks of that family atmosphere and sense of community on campus was necessary to continue learning while living through a pandemic.” Originally from Michigan, Megan spent the last several years as …

Logan Grads Rise to the Challenges of a Global Pandemic

This spring, DCs everywhere had to quickly figure out how to continue caring for patients while the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded. A Chiropractor on the Frontlines of COVID-19 in New York Ahmad Abdella, DC (’18) has called New York home for the majority of his life. Now working at New York Injury Experts, a multidisciplinary practice, he’s been treating patients on the frontlines of COVID-19 for the past few months. When the COVID-19 outbreak hit New York, Dr. Abdella’s office quickly made the transition to telemedicine. They checked in with patients via video conferencing apps like Skype, Zoom and Facetime and …

RESCHEDULED: Integration of Chiropractic for the Animal Health Care Practice

Susan Roecker, DC (’11)

Animal chiropractic is becoming more and more popular as chiropractic patients learn that their pets can get the same positive results from chiropractic as humans can. During the COVID-19 pandemic, people have spent more time at home and with their pets as companions. In a 12-hour seminar on Integration of Chiropractic for the Animal Health Care Practice, Susan Roecker, DC (’11) provides insight and training on how to become part of an integrated team of health care practitioners who treat animals. In this course, rescheduled to June 12-13, 2021 on Logan University’s campus, Dr. Roecker defines animal chiropractic and its …

White Coats for Black Lives Matter

White Coats for Black Lives Matter group photo

Devin Woods, trimester 5 chiropractic student, organized a photo opportunity today with her fellow Logan University students, faculty, and staff as part of a social media movement called “White Coats for Black Lives Matter.” “I saw a few other chiropractic colleges across the country participating in this movement and I immediately knew I wanted to organize the same thing for Logan,” Devin said. “I wanted to give my peers a safe opportunity to get involved in the Black Lives Matter movement without putting themselves at risk.” More than 30 Logan students, faculty and staff attended the photo opportunity at the …