Faces of LIFE- Leilani Joseph
From Birmingham, Alabama, Leilani Joseph grew up with varied interests in the arts, from theatre to crafts. From a young age, she also had an awareness of the need for proper spinal alignment due to a scoliosis diagnosis discovered during a school screening. Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine often found in adolescents, such as Joseph at that time in middle school.
Faces of LIFE- Ave Marshall
B.S. in Exercise Science alumna and current D.C. student, President of Alpha Delta Upsilon sorority, Life U Cheerleader “Chiropractic Sisterhood” New Orleans native Ave Marshall and her family relocated to Stone Mountain, Georgia in 2005 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Marshall is the…
Reimagining Pain Management with Chiropractic Care and Other Methods
No one likes to live in pain, but many people think that the only possible relief options available to them come in the form of a pill or costly surgeries. Medication and surgical intervention can be helpful, and in some cases necessary, but it is imperative to explore alternative pain management methods as well.
Faces of LIFE- Sherybel Berrios-Ramos
If you were to put a pin in a map that shows where all the students enrolled in Life U are from, the pins would dot all over as a colorful testament to our diverse campus culture. Many of those pins would land in Puerto Rico, like it would for Sherybel Berrios-Ramos, who is from the capital of San Juan.
“When I did my first adjustment, it was so amazing that I was even tingling all over! That’s what this journey is all about … making a difference in the world one patient at a time. But, the best part is that I still get that tingly feeling every time I do an adjustment.”
When Evann Desjardins graduated from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina with a Health and Exercise Science degree, she knew where she would further her education – a school for physical therapy. Having been a Division 1 soccer player throughout her time as an undergraduate, she was very well acquainted with athletic injuries and subsequent physical therapy visits. Yet, Desjardins ended up at Life University and is now studying to become a chiropractor.