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My 1st Quarter

Melody Zurawski

I would probably tell myself to not lose the joy I have for learning and to make sure that I have better study habits in place and have more of a routine. Especially for a doctorate level program, mindset and routine is everything.

News

Looking for Stroke Rehabilitation 12-Week Study Participants

Life University’s Office of Sponsored Research and Scholarly Activity Center for Chiropractic Research is looking for study participants. Are you still not feeling your best following stroke rehabilitation and would like to participate in a 12-week study? If so, chiropractic care and assessments will be…

June 2020, Press Releases

LIFE UNIVERSITY CREATES GROUNDBREAKING CHIROPRACTIC TECHNOLOGY WITH PAT (PALPATION AND ADJUSTMENT TRAINER)

Marietta, Georgia, June 24, 2020 – Life University (LIFE) is yet again leading the way in chiropractic education with the creation of PAT (Palpation and Adjustment Trainer). Developed by the University’s Dr. Sid E. Williams Center for Chiropractic Research (CCR), PAT is an anatomically accurate, technology-based mannequin with the look, feel, size and weight of an average person.

Faces of LIFE

Christian Barreto

Baretto started at LIFE in Fall 2019. He has explored different clubs such as “Thompson Technique,” “NUCCA” and others. He’s also attended different seminars where he learned many exercises for the mind and body that he hopes to use in his future practice.

Faces of LIFE

Kjell Paris

Kjell Paris is a 12th quarter Doctor of Chiropractic Student at Life University. He is from Braunschweig, Germany and has a brother who is two and a half years younger who is also in the DC program. “My dad is a chiropractor, and my mom is an elementary school teacher, so we are ‘chiropractic babies.’” Paris shared. “We were adjusted the first day we were born, which is pretty awesome.”

Faces of LIFE

Shay Coffey

“I love the philosophy that LIFE has where if you walk by someone, you speak,” shared Coffey. “Every relationship starts with that first conversation. A couple of hellos can lead to a lunch, and a lunch can lead to a lifetime friendship.”