The WAVE 2019 draws speakers, attendees from around world

Life Chiropractic College West’s annual conference, The WAVE, promised world-class speakers, valuable learning opportunities and chances to network with friends and colleagues. More than 1,000 conference-goers ventured from various countries to the Oakland Marriott City Center to enjo
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September CE on anatomy offers time in cadaver lab

If you attended The WAVE, Life Chiropractic College West’s annual chiropractic conference held in August, you may have completed your required hours this year. But that’s no reason to skip over the excellent programming our Postgraduate & Continuing Education program has lined up
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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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Case study: Improving diagnosis

Kim Khauv, DC, a member of the Life West faculty, recently co-authored a research article published in the Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research: “Cervical Spine Subluxation Leading to Discoligamentous Injury Following a Motor Vehicle Accident: A Case Report.” Here’s an
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New students share their stories at summer orientation

Life Chiropractic College West’s newest students arrived on campus Monday morning for orientation. Forty-two first-quarter students were welcomed to the Life West family with open arms and a slate of events designed to get them up to speed quickly. After the new students had pic
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Dan Murphy book review: The Hacking of the American Mind

The Hacking of the American Mind: The Science Behind the Corporate Takeover of Our Bodies and Brains AUTHOR: Robert Lustig, MD (Avery, 2017) A little background (not in the book) Increased, sustained sympathetic tone increases the release of norepinephrine. Increased, sustained sympat
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Making adjustments to Life West’s Anatomy Labs

Join us in creating one of the most advanced chiropractic basic sciences learning environments in the western United States, right here at Life Chiropractic College West. Your participation in the Gross Anatomy Lab Capital Campaign will leverage grants from generous foundations and co
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