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Chiropractic, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Profound Impacts on Children through Pediatric Chiropractic with Dr. Drew Rubin – Podcast

Like many chiropractic students, Dr. Drew Rubin had a particular speciality in mind when he first enrolled as a Life University D.C. student. He originally wanted to become a sports chiropractor. And though that is a compelling field, through his program Pediatrics ended up turning his head and he hasn’t looked back.

Today he owns and operates a pediatric and prenatally focused practice in Marietta, Georgia. He is 1 of 5 Board-Certified Diplomates in Pediatric Chiropractic in the state (DACCP). He and his wife Dr. Lisa Rubin are also members of the Life U faculty, positively molding the minds of the next generation of chiropractors. He encourages students to be open-minded and explore different facets of chiropractic while in school. This episode also explores the fascinating ways in which he has seen children benefit from chiropractic care.

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Chiropractic, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

From Functional Medicine Chiropractic Patient to Future Practitioner with Aaron Strickland – Podcast

Get in a room of chiropractic students and ask them what first interested them in pursuing Chiropractic, and chances are good that many of them will come back with an extraordinary story of healing through Chiropractic that inspired them to dig deeper. That was the case for Aaron Strickland, diagnosed at a young age with chronic lung disease and other health issues that traditional medicine was not helping much with. Eventually he met with a functional medicine chiropractor who over time was able to help relieve these conditions. Now Strickland is headed into his PEAK internship to learn more about how to help others like himself in a hands-on way.

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CGUS, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Psychology, Chiropractic and Student Ambassadors with Dr. Lisa Rubin – Podcast

You don’t have to be a chiropractor to be a champion for Chiropractic. Dr. Lisa Rubin has a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and she is a licensed clinical psychologist and professional counselor who has worked in a variety of clinic settings. Dr. Rubin joined the Life U family in 2001 along with her husband Dr. Drew Rubin. Dr. Lisa Rubin is an adjunct faculty member in the College of Chiropractic who teaches Psychology to future chiropractors, among other things.

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CGUS, Chiropractic, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Revamping Physiological Therapeutics and Sport Health Science, with Karen Pfeifer – Podcast

Karen Pfeifer has worked in a number of sports related careers, as a athletic trainer, an administrator and as an educator at different and overlapping points. She currently teaches Physiological Therapeutics courses in the Master of Sport Health Science and Doctor of Chiropractic programs. Our Sports Health Science department is currently examining the best possible ways to get students career ready in the future, which could lead to some exciting changes.

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CGUS, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Let’s Get Functional: Functional Neurology, Peer Tutoring and more with Chandler Willey – Podcast

The brain is a funny thing, an organ that we will never fully grasp but the more we that we learn, the better we can help it to function most effectively. Chandler Willey is a D.C. student planning to become a Functional Neurology chiropractor, often shadowing at the NeuroLIFE Institute to gain a fuller picture of how the brain and the body communicate. Listen in as we learn more about this fascinating field.

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Athletics, CGUS, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Young women leading an emerging Women’s Lacrosse program, with Annslee Warchol – Podcast

Lacrosse is a newer sport at Life University, only in its second season for the Life U Women’s Lacrosse team. It’s a gritty sport that demands drive and dedication from its players, qualities that Annslee Warchol has in spades. As an B.S. in Exercise Science student on the cusp of graduation, she faces her future head on with a smile on her face and a lacrosse stick clasped firmly in both hands.

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Chiropractic, Podcast, Research, Slice of LIFE

Researching the Art of the Adjustment with Dr. Brent Russell – Podcast

Dr. Brent Russell is something of an institution here at Life University, first as an alumnus, then as a Faculty Clinician and now as a Research Professor that wears many hats for the Research Department. He leads the team that conducts research on “The Art of the Adjustment”, with the overarching goal of contributing to a breadth of research knowledge on what is exactly going on during an adjustment, how much force is involved and the potential benefits etc. The Palpation and Adjustment Trainer (PAT) became a big piece of that equation during the Covid 19 pandemic and beyond, and continues to be a tool with immense research and student practice capabilities.

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Athletics, CGUS, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Appreciating Student Athlete Life while Preparing for a New World, with Nigel Hepburn- Podcast

Nigel Hepburn is a Life U Men’s Track and Field athlete and an B.A. in Environment and Sustainability student. He talks about how he enjoys the camaraderie he has built with this teammates, as well as traveling with the team (even as he misses the comforts of his cozy Life U dorm.) As a sprinter, he is used to moving fasting but in his life he is trying to slow down and enjoy where he is at before having to move on to the next phase.