Perinatal chiropractor shares stories, advice during seminar

Perinatal chiropractor Ian Shtulman, DC, wasted no time at Life West’s most recent Friday seminar in sharing his vision of what chiropractic should be doing for expectant mothers and young children. “I’ve made it my mission to make chiropractic available at every birth, for every pare
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Chiropractic 101: Explore Life West’s approach to health, wellness

hen the first chiropractic adjustment was performed in 1895, DD Palmer set in motion a chain of events that has led to chiropractic becoming the largest holistic health care profession on the planet. But what is chiropractic? Chiropractic offers a completely different approach to heal
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Bio-hacking

Does biohacking technology have a place in the chiropractic industry?

Maybe you’re looking for a way to boost your body’s performance. And keep performing at that higher level. And you don’t mind pulling in technology to help you do that. This is called biohacking. Defined by Bulletproof Nutrition Inc. founder Dave Asprey, biohacking centers around usin
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Experience at India service trip transforms student’s approach

I just returned from a service trip to India with Life West. The following are pieces of my experience as related to friends and family about my journey to India and my time of service. e served at a huge spiritual gathering, the 72nd Annual Nirankari Sant Samagam, which was held on 6
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India clinic

Life West chiropractic clinic in India flourishes

A partnership with a mission in India means Life Chiropractic College West has opened an international clinic. The Oneness Chiropractic Clinic opened July 24, said Scott Donaldson, DC, Vice President of Clinical Operations. He’s been overseeing the India clinic, which opened with new
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Balancing the needs of patients: Evidence-based vs. evidence-informed care

Canadian-American physician David Sackett, often called the father of evidence-based care, birthed a broader development in health care: a shift from “trust in the experts” to “trust in numbers,” according to an online article in PubMed.gov. He could not have foreseen how evidence-bas
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Backing up the brain-body connection: Cutting-edge research shows physiological changes

Increasingly, policies from different chiropractic research groups and associations around the world are encouraging practitioners in the industry to focus on musculo-skeletal research to support their practice. Deed Harrison, DC, is a chiropractor who has spent the last decades condu
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Speaker implores students to dream big, share chiropractic message

At the start of her presentation at Life West’s recent Friday seminar, Devin Vrana, DC, distributed safety pins to the audience. She wasted no time in challenging students and attendees to fulfill their potential. “This is the difference between a sick and suffering society,” she said
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Life West dean talks about life-changing trips, working with A’s

Life West’s Bruce Chester has had a long, distinguished career in chiropractic. In addition to serving as the Dean of Clinical Competency at the college, Dr. Chester is also the official team chiropractor of the Oakland Athletics. Just as important to him, however, is his travel overs
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Israeli Chiropractic Society to host CE seminar in Jerusalem

In conjunction with the Israeli Chiropractic Society, Life Chiropractic College West will hold a special event in Jerusalem this fall. Life West President Ron Oberstein, DC, will join Dan Murphy, DC, and Jeff Scholten, DC, for a two-day seminar, scheduled for Nov. 7-8 at the Ramada Je
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