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Logan Named No. 17 in Fastest Growing Universities

Close up of the Logan Tower on campus.

A Business Journal analysis of more than 1,500 primarily campus-based, four-year colleges and universities with at least 1,000 students found that while average total enrollment fell 5% between fall 2016 and 2020, roughly one-third of the schools reported enrollment growth during that period—including Logan University. With a 59% growth in enrollment (from 1,136 students in 2016 to 1,806 students in 2020), Logan ranked No. 17 on the list. “Our growth over the past five years truly speaks to the demand for careers in chiropractic and health sciences. This fall, we have 930 Doctor of Chiropractic students on campus and 900 …

Dr. Mary Unger-Boyd Named SORSI International Chiropractor of the Year

Logan Professor Mary Unger-Boyd, DC (’97), DICS, CACCP was named the 2021 International Chiropractor of the Year by the International Craniopathic Society and the Sacro Occipital Research Society International (SORSI). The award is given once a year for an individual’s service and contributions to SORSI and the International Chiropractic Profession. Dr. Unger-Boyd was presented with the award by 2020 recipient Dr. Jerry Hochman of Life University during the SORSI Homecoming in Sept. 29 – Oct. 2 in Denver where Dr. Unger-Boyd lectured on SOT® Methods for Pregnancy and Pediatrics for SORSI. “I am so honored to receive this award and to …

Introducing the Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award

Dr. Norman Kettner gives brief remarks after receiving the inaugural Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award.

Logan University is proud to announce that Richard M. Bruns, DC (’80), Norman W. Kettner, DC (’80), DACBR, FICC, and William D. Purser, DC (’53) are the inaugural recipients of the Spirit of Logan Distinguished Alumni Award. The award represents the highest distinction bestowed upon an alumnus for their accomplishments and for making a significant, lasting difference to Logan. The inaugural winners were selected by the University based on the criteria of leadership, philanthropy, industry achievement and service. “This prestigious award formally recognizes individuals whose exemplary accomplishments, service and commitment have brought credit to Logan as well as the chiropractic …

Logan Faculty Members Featured in the News

Several Logan faculty members were recently featured in the media offering expertise on how chiropractors can help patients avoid knee surgery, obesity and immune system function, foods that fight infection, and how to improve sleep when struggling from low back pain. Check out the articles below! Chiropractic Economics: Helping your active sports patients to avoid knee surgery by Leslie Reece, DC, MS (’19), CCSP, assistant professor and clinician Chiropractic Economics: Obesity and immune system function: link to cancer, impaired immunity featuring insight from Theresa DeLorenzo, DCN, RD, program director for Logan’s Master of Science in Nutrition & Human Performance and …

Dr. Sheri Williams Shares Healing Powers of Chiropractic

Dr. Sheri Williams

As an instructor for Logan’s Doctor of Chiropractic program, Sheri Williams, DC (’14) is dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of patients through evidence-based research and education. What attracted you to the chiropractic field? Was is a person, or an experience? And what was the moment you knew? I was in a car accident while in undergrad and went to a chiropractor for help with my back pain.  I really enjoyed the experience and was amazed at how good I felt after leaving his office.  But I  never thought I could be a chiropractor myself.  I thought I was …

Dr. Haun Earns ACA Academician of the Year Award

For Daniel Haun, DC (’04), DACBR, earning American Chiropractic Association’s 2021 Academician of the Year Award was something he never saw coming. But even days after receiving the news, he is still surprised. “I remember getting the message from the ACA and I thought they were calling about something to do with giving a lecture,” he said. “But when they said I was the recipient, I was floored. I don’t think it’s sunk in fully. It is quite an honor just to be considered.” Dr. Haun started in academia at Logan in 2009, after earning his Doctor of Chiropractic and …