College of Chiropractic Commencement Ceremony

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Women’s Health Symposium Speaker: Dr. Cheryl Houston

Cheryl Houston, PhD, RD, LD, FAND, CHES will inform attendees at this year’s Women’s Health Symposium on “Developing a Whole-Hearted Practice for Patient Well-Being.” In this lecture, she will discuss evidence-based findings linking well-being to health and disease. She will explain the role of integrative practices on inflammation, pain and pain management. In addition, Dr. Houston will summarize the role of integrative practices on reducing anxiety and depression and improving quality of life, while also identifying ways to promote holistic health approaches in the chiropractic practice setting. Dr. Houston earned her bachelor’s degree in nutritional sciences from Cornell University in …

Women’s Health Symposium Speaker: Dr. Karen Erickson

Looking for tips to nail your next media interview and advocate for women’s health? Don’t miss a feature presentation by Karen Erickson, DC on “Chiropractors as Women’s Healthcare Media Experts,” at the 2020 Women’s Health Symposium. This lecture will explore the role chiropractors can play as women’s health care advocates in all forms of media. Dr. Erickson will provide survey results of chiropractic media coverage in mainstream media including print, digital, television, self-publishing and podcasts. She will review the most common women’s health care topic requests and discuss how experts in this field can pivot to deepen the discussion and …

Women’s Health Symposium Speaker: Dr. Alicia M. Yochum

Attendees at this year’s Women’s Health Symposium will have the pleasure of learning from Alicia M. Yochum, RN, DC (’11), DACBR, RMSK in two separate presentations. In her first, a case-based lecture titled “What Could be Walking Through Your Door?”, she will review a wide range of pathology from sports injury, arthritis, tumors, fractures, spinal cord injuries, infection and neoplasm. In addition, Dr. Yochum will cover the proper utilization of imaging, which will reinforce the principle that arthritis is not the only pathology that chiropractors may treat. Dr. Yochum’s second presentation, titled “Imaging the Female Patient,” will cover the unique …

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 …

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 …

Integrated Health Centers Present Trauma Informed Care Web Conference

Logan’s Integrated Health Centers invite students and faculty to a web conference on the topic of “Trauma Informed Care” featuring guest presenters Amanda Harris and Dr. Heidi Miller of the St. Louis Regional Health Commission. They will discuss their chronic pain initiative to expand coverage for conservative pain management (including chiropractic care) for the St. Louis Safety Net population. Please join us via Zoom meeting at 9:30 AM (CST) on Friday, April 3: https://zoom.us/j/406942905 Meeting ID: 406 942 905 As the Strategic Planning Manager at the St. Louis Regional Health Commission, Amanda Harris co-leads the Chronic Pain Initiative, along with …