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Logan Health Center in St. Louis Now Open

Logan University’s newest Health Center, located in the Stephen A. Orthwein Center at Paraquad, is officially open and accepting patients. Located at 5200 Berthold Ave. in St. Louis, the Health Center is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday and Wednesday; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. The new, full-service Health Center will allow Logan clinicians and student doctors to expand this patient-centered care for individuals of all ages and abilities in the St. Louis community. Open to the public, the Logan Health Center within the Stephen A. Orthwein Center at …

Students Take Skills from Classroom to Clinic Through Preceptorship Program

When qualified Logan University Doctor of Chiropractic students reach their tenth and final trimester, they have a unique opportunity to gain real-world experience in a clinical environment of their choice through Logan’s Preceptorship Program. “A preceptorship is the final chapter of a student’s time here,” said Jason Goodman, DC (’98), PhD, director of external clinical rotations. “Students get to spend their final trimester working in their dream scenario, whether that is at a pediatric clinic, a family practice or even in a hospital. The sky is truly the limit.” For 15 weeks, 95 percent of Logan’s trimester 10 DC students …

DO to DC: Student Robert Cozzens Pursues Loves for Holistic Care

Robert Cozzens, DO has always been passionate about helping others. After completing his undergraduate degree from the University of Louisville, he went on to complete medical school. After working in family medicine, however, he quickly realized the path he was on was not meant for him. “I truly enjoyed the osteopathic aspects of my job, but the medicine part just wasn’t sitting right with me,” Dr. Cozzens said. “I knew I had a passion for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, so I began looking for other medical residencies to participate in.” Dr. Cozzens learned that securing a spot in a second residency …

How to Become a Chiropractor

Through their care, Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) can improve patients’ health, performance and quality of life naturally and non-invasively—without the use of prescription drugs. As public interest in drug-free pain management grows, chiropractors have become integral members of a patient’s care team. In fact, according to Forbes, there will be a 12% increase in demand for chiropractors from 2016-2026—faster than the average growth for all occupations. Whether you want to own your own practice or work in a clinical setting with other health professionals, as a chiropractor you can tailor your career to your interests and build a life that’s …

Caring for our Nation’s Veterans

Nearly 20% of Americans suffer from chronic pain, including 65% of veterans. What’s more, veterans are two times more likely than non-veterans to die from accidental overdoses of highly addictive painkillers, according to the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. But there is hope: Doctors of Chiropractic are uniquely poised to provide safe, effective and drug-free care, and the presence of chiropractors within Veterans Affairs facilities is growing throughout the U.S.–including right here in Logan’s backyard. Kevin Meyer, trimester 10 DC student, is currently completing his preceptorship at the St. Clair County VA Clinic in Shiloh, Illinois. On his experience working with …

Online Classes Offer Flexibility, Convenience and Hours of Preparation

Logan University is no stranger to virtual learning. For years, we’ve offered entire degree programs completely online within the College of Health Sciences. Students are able to further their education on their time, from the comfort of their home, no matter what country, continent or time zone they are in. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, students and teachers across the globe were thrown into virtual learning with only a moment’s notice. For some, like Professor Patrick Montgomery, DC, MS, FASA, the transition was fairly smooth. “I’ve taught online classes before, so I had a pretty good handle on …