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Health Center Induction Ceremony

Health Center Induction Ceremony

Logan University’s Health Center Induction Ceremony

The Health Induction Ceremony is scheduled for 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM on Wednesday, May. 9th in the Purser Center Lobby. The ceremony is a milestone event that recognizes and welcomes Trimester 7 Doctor of Chiropractic students to the clinical setting. A video of this event will be available for viewing on this page following the ceremony.

Induction into the Health Centers is a milestone within the Doctor of Chiropractic student journey at Logan. It is the point when Trimester 7 students have the opportunity to take knowledge learned in the classroom and apply it to patients in the clinical setting.

During this stage, Logan students fine-tune their adjusting techniques and communication skills. Peers become patients and faculty clinicians become mentors as they critique, guide, encourage and mold students into confident and professional, patient-centered chiropractors.

For most students, entering the Health Center is not just another course. It’s a period of transformation and self-discovery as students discover their unique talents and skills. It’s about integrating learned skills and abilities with patient care, understanding time management, how to balance their responsibilities as a doctor and a student, and finding that level of comfort with patients.

We welcome students as they take the next step in their academic journey to become Doctors of Chiropractic!

Induction Ceremony Program

The next scheduled Health Induction Ceremony will be 11:30 AM (CST), Thursday, January 6, 2021.

Past Ceremonies

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We are so grateful for our sponsors who are helping to make the St. Louis 2022 World Para Powerlifting Parapan American Open Championships an incredible event! 

Thank you to @eleikosport, @druryhotels, @360careandtransport, Food Service Consultants, Sumner One, @friendshipvillage_stl, SSM Health Foundation, @artisanaorganics, Meenta, @teambuildr, @jerryackermantoyota and @limitlessidentity.
The #StLouis2022 World Para Powerlifting Parapan American Open Championships kicks off 1️⃣ week from today! We're thrilled to welcome athletes, coaches and guests from around the world to Logan for this event July 8-11, 2022.
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It's not too late to register for our FREE webinar, Logan Techniques, today from 5 to 6 p.m. We hope to see you there! 

In the latest episode of the Logan University President's Podcast, Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD spoke with Patrick Battaglia, DC, DACBR, director of health policy and interdisciplinary care about Logan's Health Centers and integrated healthcare. Listen to the full episode at our link in bio.
Master of Science in Sports Science & Rehabilitation student Victoriano Mesa has always been an active person, but it wasn’t until just a few years ago that he started his journey in powerlifting. Now, he's training for the North American Championship taking place in St. Louis this November. Read more about Victoriano on the blog at logan.edu
Logan University and the ACA Pediatrics Council Present: Caring for the Pediatric Spine happening July 23-24, 2022. The symposium is available in-person and virtual. Learn more and register at www.logan.edu
Today is #Juneteenth, which marks the freedom of enslaved Black people in the US. In 2021, President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, which commemorates June 19, 1865, when Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, and read a federal order abolishing the institution of slavery in the state. Logan University and all Logan Health Centers will be closed tomorrow in honor of Juneteenth.
Congrats to Pat Mehal, president of the Logan Disc Golf Club, who scored nine under par to win the Show-Me Games disc golf tournament last weekend! #leadersmade #loganstudent #discgolf
Meet Sara Cuperus, DC, CACCP, CCSP, instructor in Logan’s Master of Science in Integrative Pediatrics program. Dr. Cuperus has been in practice for nearly 20 years in Minnesota and is past president of the Minnesota Chiropractic Association. Learn from Dr. Cuperus in the Pediatric Case Management 3 course.
The #StLouis2022 World Para Powerlifting Parapan American Open Championships is less than one month away! You can be part of this historic event, taking place July 8-11, 2022 at the Purser Center.  Learn more and complete the volunteer application at Logan.edu
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In the latest episode of the Logan University President's Podcast, Clay McDonald, DC, MBA, JD spoke with the secretary general of the World Federation of Chiropractic, Dr. Richard Brown about the origins and current mission of the WFC. Listen to the full episode at the link in our bio.
Logan United, a student organization focused on creating a safe space for LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC students and educating the community on the importance of inclusive healthcare practices, is hosting the first ever PRIDE 5k fundraising event in honor of #PrideMonth!

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A few weeks ago, Logan's MS-AND students did a service project at @earthdancefarms in Ferguson, MO, a non-profit organization that uses organic farming to teach St. Louis area students about agriculture and good nutrition.

This volunteer project focused on preparing the fields for planting, as well as planting sweet peppers and tomatoes in the garden.

Photographed (L-R): Rakhipillai Ulhaskumar, Yamuna Brahakmanage, Sara Khalil, Mel Moule, Tami Bowen, Nicole Haroldsen, Sarah Jorden, Ciara Rogers, Hannah Burger, Bailey Allen, Lauren Willis, Helen Halley
Repost from @ellie_reidt
anyone that knows me knows this was on the forefront of my brain for the last several months 😅 so excited to share that i was accepted to logan’s dual enrollment program to complete my master’s degree in sports science and rehab alongside of my doctorate degree!! i can’t wait to get athletes and mommas back doing what they love. dr. ellie reidt, dc, ms-ssr coming soon(ish)!!