Stacey Cantrell, D.C. (Davenport '05), of Women’s Wellness Comprehensive Care in Portland, Maine, has just returned home from the Sacred Valley, Peru.
Brent Buss, D.C. (Davenport '11), was an artist first and became a chiropractor later. Now he is combining his two loves into a healthy and artful message.
Be a part of an awesome experience as we walk the famous and popular Palmer Spine up Brady Street Hill during the 2013 Bix 7 Road Race on July 27.
Kurt S. Titze, D.C. (Davenport '85), Lansing, Mich., has been appointed by Governor Rick Snyder.
One of the most talked about speakers during West Campus Homecoming (and there were many great ones ) was Howard Wasdin, D.C.
J. Richard Burns, D.C., D.Ph.C.S., was recently honored by the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) as their 2013 Chiropractor of the Year.
Have you heard about Operation Palmer Promotes Play (OP3) on the Davenport Campus?
(from ChiroEco.com) Medical Director of Chiropractic Services Jeffrey Sklar, D.C. (Davenport '97), has been using chiropractic to help many cancer patients reduce pain and discomfort.
The Dr. David D. Palmer Athletic Trust hosted their 2nd Annual Sports and Chiropractic Symposium April 12 14 on Palmer’s Davenport Campus.
Through the Associate of Science in Chiropractic Technology (A.S.C.T.) degree program, Palmer College of Chiropractic, which has offered chiropractic staff training since 1966, has qualified as a PACE recognized provider for Certified Chiropractic Clinical Assistant certification.
Dana Lawrence, D.C., M.Med.Ed., M.A., is the senior director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and professor at Palmer's Davenport Campus.
Palmer hosted the annual prospective student dinner at Thanksgiving Point in Utah on March 16. There were 60 people in attendance.
We went on Facebook and asked alumni and students, "What is the strongest value of your chiropractic education at Palmer College?"
The Tennessee Chiropractic Association has elected Dr. Don Cole as an association's District IX Director.
Palmer’s Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Research program offers patient oriented research training at the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research, the world’s largest and most highly funded research effort in chiropractic.
Back Pain Recognition Program focuses on high value, patient centered careThe National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) announced in October 2010 that the Palmer Academic Health Center and the Campus Health Center clinics on the Palmer College of Chiropractic campus