Chiropractic in Congress

by Sara Parsons Actions speak louder than words. In order to keep up with the politics of chiropractic, the specific legislation that is being presented to the house and senate, […]

Knowing Who You Are

by Rebekka Kuzichev This year started on the heels of an amazing and rejuvenating retreat in Costa Rica. I was a little burnt out from a heavy quarter and felt […]

The Foundation of You

by Rebekka Kuzichev Foundations is a blanket term that gets thrown around often. What do you think the foundation of you is? In this case I am talking structurally. What […]

How d’you know?

By Sagi Hebron & Austin Bergquist Exploring Sagi Hebron’s analysis techniques may leave you embracing his “tracksuit-wearing” ways. Can you walk me through your system to asses a patient for […]

What’s Your Story?

We all have our story of how we found chiropractic, or how it found us. This is MY story. By Allie Olson My chiropractic story starts with a dating app […]

See The Forest

By Dana Bergquist “Subluxation is a symptom of interference and not a cause” – Dr. B.J. Palmer – We learn from the very beginning of chiropractic college that disease is […]

Why Research?

by Alexis Griffith “PRIMUM NON NOCERE” – FIRST, DO NO HARM. ALL CHIROPRACTORS SHOULD STRIVE TO ABIDE BY THIS DICTUM, REGARDLESS OF THEIR SCOPE OF PRACTICE. One way in which […]

Budget Eats In The Bay

by Meagan Stachnik Chiropractic students will undergo various nutrition classes and health studies on how to appropriately guide patients in their quest for a healthy diet and lifestyle. Chiropractors should […]

25001 Industrial Blvd.

by Sara Parsons By the time you are reading this, I will officially be an alumnus of Life Chiropractic College West. Even as I sit here at my cluttered desk […]

All Else Follows

by Nolan Halverson You have the opportunity to be a chiropractor because chiropractic is a profession. Chiropractic is a profession because Chiropractic saves lives. In the fall of 2016, a […]