Exploring Research Through the Eyes of Life U Students – College of Chiropractic
Dr. Shaleigh McBride, who worked in a recovery inpatient treatment center while attending Life U, has a background in counseling and a master’s in clinical mental health. Her goal was to work with patients to see how Chiropractic could be introduced to help in a drug treatment facility. She originally worked as a therapist and specialized in behavioral disorders before she transitioned to working with clients who were suffering from drug addiction.
Best Sleep Positioning for a Better Night’s Sleep
Ever go to bed and wake up feeling just as tired as when you first hit the pillow? Bad sleep posture could be the culprit. In the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) brochure titled “Optimizing Your Sleep Posture For A Better Night’s Rest,” it outlines…
September is National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month!
Here at Life University, we ask that you take this as an opportunity to consider how significant chiropractic care and wellness can be in helping people recover from injuries and to do so in a way that does not put that them at a risk of becoming dependent or addicted to medication.
College of Chiropractic: Thriving and Adaptability
The Mission of the Life University College of Chiropractic, centered on the Vertebral Subluxation Complex, is to educate, mentor and graduate skilled and compassionate Doctor of Chiropractic to be primary care clinicians, physicians, teachers and professionals, using the University’s core life proficiencies as their foundation….
“My life has taken many turns for me to get to where I am now,” exclaims third quarter chiropractic student, Kallie Corbin. Corbin, originally from Portland, Oregon, received a psychology degree while also playing as a Division 1 volleyball player in college. She was the school’s first D1 All-American volleyball player, which then allowed her to go into coaching right out of college.