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Meet our students!

Palmer students come from all walks of life and from around the world. Find out why students like you have chosen chiropractic as their future careers.

Who are our students and where do they come from? Corey used to be a paramedic ... Cameron was a Navy Hospital Corpsman ... Afua is from Ghana ... Amanthi is from Sri Lanka ... Becca is from Ontario ... Ayo received his Doctor of Medicine degree three years ago ... Sarah was an opera singer.

Learn more about these and other chiropractic students here. You can also check out profiles on our alumni.

Would you like to share your chiropractic story? Email it to Minda at minda.powers@palmer.edu.

Student blog: Allisha

Follow Allisha as she starts her senior-level year at Palmer, enters the clinic and starts seeing patients.

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    • My Clinic Abroad experience March 27, 2015
      [caption id="attachment_410" align="alignleft" width="225"] Adjusting in the clinic[/caption] I was able to talk briefly about our journey to Clinic Abroad. Well now I have time to actually talk about my Clinic Abroad experience. I had the privilege to go to Bequia, a small island in the Caribbean off of St. Vincent in the Grena
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Student blog: Kailey

Keep up with Kailey as she shares her thoughts and adventures as a first-year chiropractic student.

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    • The After Boards Fog April 17, 2015
      Well Boards are over, and now it's time to get back to reality. The trimester is moving full steam ahead, whether we are ready for it to or not. This week has felt a little like slamming into a brick wall where all of the things I was ignoring or putting off to focus on Boards and study need to get done, and I am unprepared for them. This weekend is goi
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Library Blog

Learn about the latest information from the David D. Palmer Health Sciences Library.

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    • Student Finds: Health Knowledge May 14, 2015
      Anatomy can be pretty tedious with all of those confusing pictures and diagrams.  Well fret no more!  In this detailed “Health Knowledge” book by J.L. Cornish, M.D. from 1928, your list of favorite children’s books will now include this anatomy text! With layered pop up illustrations, anatomy has never been so fun. Stop by the archives today to see all the e
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