Translating Military Service Skills to Civilian Life and Chiropractic with Dustin Biggerstaff – Podcast
Chiropractic and care for active military servicemen, women and veterans has been intertwined for many years. In fact, many people are first introduced to the benefits of chiropractic through first experiencing it through care received during military service. That was the case for Dustin Biggerstaff, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who is now a Life U D.C. student. Biggerstaff discusses the adjustment and transitionary period into the civilian workforce that is often very jarring for veterans, as well as how chiropractic has helped his life personally and now professionally.
Building on Blair Upper Cervical Technique with Dr. Charmaine Herman – Podcast
Dr. Charmaine Herman, Professor of Clinical Sciences, speaks at length about Blaire Upper Cervical Technique and how it can improve patient outcomes. She is club advisor for the Blair UC Technique Club and the Student American Black Chiropractic Association (SABCA). Dr. Herman is a board member for the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) and was awarded a Fellow of the ICA in April 2023.
Research Series- Harnessing Data for Knowledge of Pregnancy Outcomes with Lauren Bruss – Podcast
Pregnancy can be a tumultuous and anxiety-ridden time for mothers-to-be. Can chiropractic make that process any easier and even possibly positively affect birth outcomes? That is the question that Lauren Bruss, D.C. student and RISE scholar, seeks to explore in her research project through Life University. This special research series is co-hosted by Erin Gilligan, Project Coordinator of Research & Scholarly Activity.
LIFE UNIVERSITY JOINS WITH ICA TO LAUNCH TV CAMPAIGN ON 128TH ANNIVERSARY OF CHIROPRACTIC FOUNDERS DAY
September 21, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – Life University is excited to celebrate the 128th anniversary of the founding of Chiropractic as a profession.
Campus Dietetics in Action with Cathy Tillery – Podcast
Figuring out the best ways to help Life University students and student athletes learn how to eat well is a full time job. Campus Dietitian Cathy Tillery explains the challenges that many students in the Life U community face as many of them are learning for the first time how to manage their own dietary needs.
Celebrating Graduate and Undergraduate Programs with Brandi Sharp – Podcast
Brandi Sharp, Admissions Counselor and B.S. in Biopsychology student, spreads Lasting Purpose and the mission of Life University’s vitalistic philosophy to high school students looking for their next steps. Sharp discusses the joy of that process and what keeps her going.
Faces of LIFE: Bryonna Williams
Bryonna Williams was born and raised in Jacksonville, Arkansas. She married in 2020 and stays busy raising her three kids, an 8-year-old and a set of 4-year-old twins. Yet this working mom continues to strive for better each day and to model positive health practices.
LIFE UNIVERSITY TO KICKOFF FALL ATHLETIC SEASON WITH ANNUAL ATHLETIC FESTIVAL ON FINAL DAY OF SEPTEMBER
August 14, 2023 – Marietta, Georgia – As a part of Life Vision Extravaganza, Life University (Life U) will be hosting its annual athletic festival at Lupo Family Field on Saturday, September 30 starting at 6:30 p.m.
Faces of LIFE: Dr. Josh Bowman
D.C. alumnus, Chiropractor and Owner of Focus Chiropractic (Traverse City, Michigan) and Bowman Chiropractie (Barendrecht, Netherlands) “Chiropractic Stretching Across Continents” Sitting still does not seem to be part of Dr. Josh Bowman’s DNA. Since graduating from Life University’s (Life U) D.C. program in 2009, Dr….