Faces of LIFE: Amy Richmond
Education has been a top priority in Amy Richmond’s life, as she has completed a bachelor’s program, a master’s program, a doctoral program and now, professional degree program as a Doctor of Chiropractic student at Life University (Life U). Richmond worked in college sports medicine as an athletic trainer for almost a decade.
Faces of LIFE: Michelle Morrison & The Chillon Project
Michelle Morrison is a fantastic example of the success that The Chillon Project is capable of.
Faces of LIFE: Dr. Edgardo Salas and Dr. Natalia Vega
Everybody loves a good romance story, and a Life University (Life U) romance story often seems especially unique and heartwarming. Drs. Edgardo Salas and Natalia Vega both met as students enrolled in the Life U D.C. program.
Faces of LIFE: Dr. Josh Bowman
D.C. alumnus, Chiropractor and Owner of Focus Chiropractic (Traverse City, Michigan) and Bowman Chiropractie (Barendrecht, Netherlands) “Chiropractic Stretching Across Continents” Sitting still does not seem to be part of Dr. Josh Bowman’s DNA. Since graduating from Life University’s (Life U) D.C. program in 2009, Dr….
Faces of LIFE: Dr. Salvatore Minicozzi
Shortly after the September 11, 2001, attacks in New York City, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania, Minicozzi resigned his position at Life U to work as a Ground Zero doctor in New York City.
Faces of LIFE: Ashley Flavin
Life U Women’s Wrestling is truly a family affair. Both Ashley Flavin and her husband Christian Flavin coach the Life U Women’s Wrestling team. She is the head coach, and her husband is the Assistant Coach.
Faces of LIFE: Jaime Gonzalez Mesa
Mesa came to Life University (Life U) from Valencia, Spain because of the flexibility in studies offered here at Life U, including the ability to complete a double major. He is a student-athlete on the soccer team and a RISE Award recipient.
Faces of LIFE: Jordyn Smith
As a small-town girl from Saskatchewan, Canada running around with her three sisters, Jordyn Smith and her family did not have much exposure to Chiropractic. Her mom is a seamstress, and her dad works for the school division. Her other siblings found careers related to education and business, so Smith is the one that “branched out into something different.” Her hope is that through Chiropractic, she can return to the rural way of life and serve her hometown community with her new knowledge.
Faces of LIFE: Fatemeh Aliahmadi
“It goes back to my roots because I grew up with all the spice and herbs, which in our culture is very important. The thing that I love about Life University is that it is holistic and very close to our culture,” Aliahmadi said.