June 28, 2019 -- Logan University recruits
students from all over the world, and this past winter break, Trimester 5 DC
student Keven Caban got to lend a hand during his trip home to Puerto Rico. With
the help of Logan’s admissions team, he coordinated and hosted a lunch and meet
and greet with students from the University of Puerto Rico’s Aguadilla and
Mayaguez campuses who were interested in learning about chiropractic and Logan.
Q: What motivates you to
spread the word about chiropractic and Logan?
since I started my studies at Logan, I’ve volunteered during the Future Leopard
Weekend. I’ve always been the type of person who likes to help and reach out to
others. When I visited campus for the first time, every person who helped me
during the process made it easy and made me realize that I also wanted to help
Q: What’s the No. 1 thing you
think potential students should know about Logan?
I was researching chiropractic schools, I was attracted to the fact that Logan
is one of the top five schools when it comes to academic success. Once I
visited campus, I saw that Logan prepares students with hands-on work, such as
human cadavers and standardized patients, from day one.
Q: What did the students in
Puerto Rico want to discuss?
students asked questions about financials as well as the clinical opportunities
Logan provides. Knowing that Logan provides a clinical experience from start to
finish, compared with many other schools that don’t offer that until almost the
last year, is a huge game-changer for some of these students.
Q: What attracted you to the profession?
an athlete, and we all suffer injuries at some point. In my particular case, I
had a knee injury during my freshman year of college basketball. I was
sidelined the entire year—I could barely walk or even get out of bed by myself.
A doctor wanted to perform surgery, but I was opposed because it would mean I’d
be unable to play basketball for even longer. I did some research and saw a chiropractor
for a second opinion. He got me up and going after just a couple of visits.
Ever since that, I’ve been in love with chiropractic and the way it helped me
prevent surgery. I want to help athletes prevent surgery, recover and improve
Q: Any plans to return to
Puerto Rico in the future?
still considering my options. For now, I want to see the opportunities that
life can present me and see where chiropractic will take me. Eventually I would
love to go back home to Puerto Rico and run my own clinic.