Those who can, teach

At Palmer, we have some truly amazing faculty. Many of these teachers are chiropractors (who also have their own chiropractic practices on the side) and give of their time so freely. They live and breathe chiropractic to their core and have so much knowledge, passion and philosophy to pass on to us students.

Just in the past week, I heard the “student favorite” Dr. Burns speak in pediatrics club about SIDS and the numerous research studies showing that nearly all babies dying from SIDS had atlanto-occipical subluxations such as an “AS occiput” causing upper cervical cord pressure. I also had numerous 1-on-1 conversations with technique professors regarding clinical situations and adjusting procedures. I couldn’t ask for better faculty-student relationships than I’ve had here at Palmer.

– Lacey

2 thoughts on “Those who can, teach

  1. As a Palmer Chiropractic alumnus, I remember the days roaming through the halls, and my best advice is to take it all in. Get involved as much as you can, whether its elective clubs, sports council, or whatever specific techniques you have interest in. That way when you do go out into practice, you have plenty of options to offer your patients a well rounded experience.
    http://www.montcochiro.blogspot.com
    http://www.bolingbrookchiropracticblog.com/2013/01/09/bolingbrook-chiropractic-office-new-life-chiropractic-talks-about-dangers-of-ibuprofin/#comment-1253

  2. As a Palmer Chiropractic alumnus, I remember the days roaming through the halls, and my best advice is to take it all in. Get involved as much as you can, whether its elective clubs, sports council, or whatever specific techniques you have interest in. That way when you do go out into practice, you have plenty of options to offer your patients a well rounded experience.
    http://www.montcochiro.blogspot.com
    Montgomery County Chiropractor Center

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