Faces of Life – Kyle Padilla
Hands-on learning and a public servant mindset come naturally to Kyle Padilla. Padilla is a Doctor of Chiropractic student and Student Ambassador at Life University. Originally from Oregon, Padilla grew up on his family’s small farm as one of seven boys. His parents supported several children through the foster care system and actually adopted three of their kids.
Faces of LIFE – Dr. Shannon Good
Shannon Good, B.S., D.C., CACCP is an Adjunct Faculty member in the Chiropractic Sciences Department at Life University. Dr. Good is the oldest of two children. She and her younger brother are from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, where her parents and brother still live today. Dr. Good first became interested in Chiropractic when she was competing in gymnastics and under chiropractic care. Receiving this care led her to become a chiropractor.
Faces of LIFE – Stan Pierce, Jr., D.C.
Dr. Stan Pierce, Jr., D.C., is a fourth-generation chiropractor, the CEO of EPIC Clinics and Lead Instructor for the EPIC Technique Spinal Procedure. The name EPIC is an acronym for Evolutionary Percussive Instrument Correction. EPIC Clinics is the brainchild of Dr. Pierce and was born from his passion to do better.
LIFE UNIVERSITY DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC STUDENTS HONORED AT CLINIC GATEWAY CEREMONY
January 20, 2022 – Life University (Life U) celebrated 91 students at a Clinic Gateway ceremony on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at the Cobb Galleria Centre. The event marked a milestone for the students as they begin the clinical phase of their educations.
Faces of LIFE – Alpheus Thornton
Alpheus Thornton is a first quarter student from Independence, Oregon, who is studying to become a Doctor of Chiropractic at Life University.
“Both my parents are chiropractors, so I got to grow up around the chiropractic atmosphere and see health from that different perspective,” he shared. “That definitely influenced where I am today.”
Faces of LIFE: Chantelle Frazier
Originally, Frazier was pre-med with the intentions of going to medical school. “I actually worked in a hospital surrounded by doctors, nurses and PT’s, and they all looked pretty miserable,” she shared. “I realized I didn’t think this was the kind of energy I wanted to be around because it’s kind of draining.”
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….