Appreciating Chiropractic Assistants and Their Vital Role in the Profession
Do you want to know if the chiropractic profession is right for you, but you’re not sure yet about enrolling in a D.C. program? A great way to answer this question is to consider working as a Chiropractic Assistant (CA).
Faces of LIFE- Mariah Wenglewski
D.C. student, Secretary for International Chiropractic Pediatric Association Mariah Wenglewski is from Knoxville, Tennessee. She studied Exercise Science at Lindenwood University, located in St. Charles, Missouri. While at Lindenwood, Wengleski played soccer and rugby, predictably dealing with sports injuries as part of that. Her then-boyfriend…
Faces of LIFE- Skylar Dickerson
B.S. in Biology alumna, D.C. student, President of CAB “Breaking From the Shell” Texan-bred Skylar Dickerson grew up with her family of four, her younger brother and her parents. As an avid participant in several high school sports, Dickerson enjoys staying active but has also…
Faces of LIFE- Brendon Pal
D.C. student, President of the Student International Chiropractors Association “We are the future of the profession” Life in Missouri farming country must have been colorful for Brendon Pal, especially coming from a quaint small town named Violet. Living on a spacious property surrounded by…
When Evann Desjardins graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina with a Health and Exercise Science degree, she knew where she would further her education – a school for physical therapy. Having been a Division 1 soccer player throughout her time as an undergraduate, she was very well acquainted with athletic injuries and subsequent physical therapy visits. Yet, Desjardins ended up at Life University and is now studying to become a chiropractor.