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Logan University Symposium 2023, April 13-16, 2023

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Ten Reasons to Attend Symposium 2023

  Logan University is looking forward to welcoming alumni, faculty, staff and hundreds of leaders in chiropractic and health care to Symposium 2023: Honoring Tradition, Shaping Our Future April 13-16 on campus and at St. Louis Union Station. If you have not already registered, here are 10 reasons to consider attending this year’s event. Expand your knowledge. Informative, inspirational and entertaining, Symposium 2023’s nationally recognized speakers will address a variety of relevant topics, including clinical biomechanics of spinal disorders, chiropractic care for adolescents and pregnant patients, microbiome in gut health, cybersecurity, preventing medical errors during a pandemic, and more. View and download the …

Logan University Announces 2023 Symposium

Logan University is pleased to welcome chiropractors and health science professionals back to Symposium next spring. Taking place Thursday, April 13 through Sunday, April 16 on Logan’s campus and at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel, the 2023 Symposium will provide continuing education opportunities, chiropractic exhibitors, networking events and an address by Logan President Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD. This is the university’s eighth year hosting Symposium. “We are so excited to host another great event this year, with so many new things for participants to enjoy,” said Amber Henry, M.Ed., Ed.S., Ed.D., director of continuing education at Logan University. …

Third Annual Women’s Health Symposium, Oct. 30-31 In Person & Online

In partnership with the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), Logan University presents the third annual Women’s Health Symposium, October 30-31, 2021, on Logan’s campus and online. With a theme of “Transforming and Elevating Female Health,” the symposium will feature expert leaders in women’s health discussing topics such as menopause, treating the female athlete, chronic vulvar pain, breast imaging, pelvic floor dysfunction and more. The symposium is open to all health care professionals working with female patients and provides up to 12 hours of continuing education credits. Assistant Dean of the College of Chiropractic at Logan and ACA Council on Women’s Health …

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 …

#LoganUSymposium: Know Before You Go

We can’t wait to see you this week at Logan University Symposium 2021: Advancing Chiropractic in Today’s Health Care. Informative, inspirational and entertaining, Symposium 2021 welcomes chiropractic leaders from around the world for four days of learning, networking and innovation on campus and at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark. Just a few reminders:  Your health and safety is our main concern. We are making every effort to safely accommodate as many attendees as we can while adhering to St. Louis City and St. Louis County social distancing and room capacity guidelines. Masks are required at the Symposium. We …

Ten Reasons to Attend Logan University Symposium 2021

A woman and a man enjoy a conversation at Logan University Symposium

Logan University is looking forward to welcoming alumni, faculty, staff and hundreds of leaders in chiropractic and health care to Symposium 2021: Advancing Chiropractic in Today’s Health Care September 16-19 on campus and at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark. If you have not already registered, here are 10 reasons to consider attending this year’s event. Expand your knowledge. Informative, inspirational and entertaining, Symposium 2021’s nationally recognized speakers will address a variety of relevant topics, including clinical biomechanics of spinal disorders, chiropractic care for adolescents and pregnant patients, microbiome in gut health, cybersecurity, preventing medical errors during a pandemic, …