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September 2020 Postgraduate Programs

Committed to our graduates’ ongoing development, Logan University’s Postgraduate Department offers a variety of engaging, affordable and applicable continuing education programs. Please see below for upcoming postgraduate webinars, live seminars, and on-demand programs in September 2020. For more information or to register, visit www.logan.edu/post-grad or contact the Postgraduate Department at postgrad@logan.edu or 800-842-3234. On-Demand Activator Technique Interactive Virtual Training Module 1: Basic Scan Protocol of the Activator Method Module 2: Upper Extremities Module 3: Lower Extremities For additional online postgraduate programs on relevant topics in chiropractic, visit ce4chiros.com. Webinars September 12-13 Insurance Consultant Certification Program – Session #6 Instructor: Mario …

Your Whole Health: Gardening & Yard Work Tips

A hand shovel scoops up dirt in the garden

Warmer weather means more time spent outdoors and a new set of tasks like planting and watering flowers, picking up fallen limbs or mowing the lawn. Aimee Jokerst, DC (’97), FIAMA, assistant director of clinical experience at Logan, and Mero Nunez Jr., DC, assistant professor, offer tips on how to stay safe and healthy while spending more time working in your lawn or garden, including an easy-to-remember acronym developed by Dr. Nunez: POT. P – pace yourself. Gardening and yardwork are much like a marathon, not a sprint. Be sure to take breaks and don’t do too much work at …

Suzanne Seekins, DC, DICS to Present Pediatric Certificate Course

Suzanne Seekins, DC, DICS presents lecture

July 18-19, 2020 Chiropractic Pediatrics – Session #1 Instructor: Suzanne Seekins, DC, DICS We are excited to have Dr. Suzanne Seekins back on campus live and in person to present Session #1 of the two session, 24-hour Pediatric Certificate Course. In this session Dr. Seekins begins with Pre-Natal Development of the Cranium. This discussion includes material on the most common pediatric conditions with known cranial etiologies. In hours two and three she presents Pre-Natal Treatment of Gravid Female to Prevent Cranial Distortion Patterns. These hours are devoted to the gravid female in various manageable conditions that respond favorably to chiropractic …

Your Whole Health: Keeping Your Mind & Body Healthy

Woman meditating outside

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it has become increasingly important to maintain mindfulness and reduce stress. Physical activity is a great way to positively impact overall health and happiness. Theresa DeLorenzo DCN, RD, Program Director of Nutrition and Human Performance at Logan, has been practicing yoga for 12 years. “Activities like yoga can help clear your mind, decrease stress and help to prevent long-term chronic diseases,” said Dr. DeLorenzo. Some of the same benefits can be found in meditation practices as well. Kristina Petrocco DC, MS, FICC, Director of Assessment and Accreditation at Logan has been meditating for …

Your Whole Health: Tips for Healthy Stay-at-Home Posture

With most Americans working and studying from home during the COVID-19 crisis, activity is limited, and our at-home-office situation may be hurting our posture. Our bodies are, in part, made of muscles and various connective tissues that help us move, and these tissues can start to weaken as the body adapts to the “21st century posture,” said Logan Instructor and Health Center Clinician Michael Jula, DC. So why worry about posture? A healthy posture can prevent a multitude of back, neck and shoulder pains. As the month of May is recognized as National Posture Month, and to help us all …

Resources for Distance Learners

Dana Wehrli points to a piece of paper on a table as she meets with a student on campus

Amid the impact COVID-19 has had on higher education, Logan University’s Experiential Learning team is committed to building upon existing resources and developing programs to meet the needs of distance learners. “Now, more than ever, it’s particularly important to provide students with easy access to a full range of services and support,” said Dana Wehrli, assistant dean of experiential learning, pictured above with a student in an earlier photo. “We have an abundant amount of programs and resources that help students stay connected and informed.” Dana encourages students to check out the following: Utilize LoganConnect to obtain helpful resources and …