Possible Career Paths for Sport Health Science at Life U
Career exploration is an important part of personal and professional growth. For students who are enrolled in sports health science and similar majors here at Life University (Life U), here is a helpful starter guide to get you thinking about possible career paths.
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Faces of LIFE- Dr. Tom Le Lievre
Dr. Tom Le Lievre was born in Jersey in the Channel Islands, a self-governing dependency of the United Kingdom (UK). As a student-athlete, Dr. Le Lievre became a patient of Jean-Pierre Meersseman, D.C., the former Medical Team Director at AC Milan football club, and developed an interest in Chiropractic through that experience.
Love Yourself- Self-Care Tips in Time for Valentine’s Day
At Life U, we boast a unique emphasis on health and wellness in harmony with our vitalistic approach to health care. Promoting self-care is a major part of that, as we support healthy habits that start from the decisions of individuals, which can grow into a healthy living movement.
Faces of LIFE – Sophie Hose
Sophie Hose is from Hanover, Germany and is currently a student at Life U studying four different programs: she just finished her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and is currently enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, Master of Science in Sport Health Science and the Doctor of Chiropractic program.
Faces of LIFE – Dr. Nicole McCarty
Family is very important to Life University alumna Dr. Nicole McCarty. In addition to raising her toddler daughter, Dr. McCarty is a caregiver to her grandparents and her mother, who is in remission from multiple myeloma. She also runs her own practice as an integrative health doctor and wellness coach, helping people with a wide range of concerns including fitness, nutrition and stress management. Dr. McCarty’s interest in health and her experience as a teacher and coach eventually led her to LIFE.
Dr. Shawn Cradit, Associate Professor in the Sport Health Science & Athletic Training programs at Life University (LIFE), interviewed with several schools before coming to work at LIFE in March 2019 because she felt at home. “The campus really stuck out to me. It wasn’t so big that you felt like you were going to get lost. When I got home, and I was talking to my boyfriend and my sisters, I just kept coming back to how the campus was intimate.”