New tool for Blair technique that uses 3D printer available

Recent Life West alumnus Josh Grey, DC, has a new tool available that uses 3D printing. A proponent of the Blair technique, which is a method of analyzing and adjusting the upper cervical vertebrae of the spinal column, Dr. Grey said he was using a tool to help measure leg length, whi
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Meet Jamie Motley, director of new diagnostic imaging program

Seven years ago, Jamie Motley became the first African-American to graduate with a master’s degree in radiology and earn her DACBR, which means she is a chiropractor who is a Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. She’s still the only one. Dr. Motley has recently b
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New radiology master’s program kicks off with first resident

This fall, Life Chiropractic College West will begin working with the first radiology resident in a new degree program, the Master’s of Science in Diagnostic Imaging (MSDI) program. The training in the program also prepares the resident for a series of board exams to earn a Diplomate
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Speaker campaigns for community involvement at seminar

Addison Bulosan, DC, returned to his alma mater Friday to lead Life Chiropractic College West’s latest weekly seminar. The 2013 graduate owns and operates a practice in Hawaii, and he talked to students about the 90-day ramp-up prior to opening a business. Dr. Bulosan’s speech focused
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5 ways to connect before starting a chiropractic practice

This post appeared originally on the Chiropractic Economics magazine website. It has been reprinted with permission from the author. Students: Follow these steps before starting a chiropractic practice SCHOOL CAN BE REALLY CHALLENGING. You’re focused on your next test and not on your
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Learn as a student to manage chiropractic business finances

This post appeared originally on the Chiropractic Economics magazine website. It has been reprinted with permission from the author. Business finances and surviving the expense of a chiropractic degree As a fifth-grade student, I learned from my teacher about investing, business finan
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3 ways to prepare for a chiropractic career while in school

This post appeared originally on the Chiropractic Economics magazine website. It has been reprinted with permission from the author. Strategies and skills you’ll use for life Every student wants to believe that school will prepare them for the world they will face when they graduate.
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5 tips for chiropractic students while in school

This post appeared originally on the Chiropractic Economics magazine website. It has been reprinted with permission from the author. The things I wish I knew before I got my license WHEN YOU LOOK BACK AT ALL THE EXAMS, the long days, and the friendships that came and went during chiro
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Dr. Steven Adams: Inspired by Life West’s leadership

Dr. Steven Adams says his time as a student at Life Chiropractic College West 20 years ago wasn’t the typical student experience. “I wasn’t very involved with a lot of campus activities while in school because I was working full time,” he said. “When I started school, I was an area PT
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Chiropractors in Canada, Australia address attacks against vitalism

When chiropractic faces a threat, Life Chiropractic College West takes notice. Chiropractors who follow a Vitalistic or Salutogenic philosophy, which encourages the creation of health via chiropractic, have become the target of campaigns in both Australia and Canada. While the two cou
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