Stand Down is a “community based intervention program designed to help the nation’s estimated 200,000 homeless veterans ‘combat’ life on the streets.”
Listeners to radio station WNDB in Daytona Beach have made the Palmer Chiropractic Clinics their top pick for area chiropractors again for 2012.
On a beautiful Florida day, students, faculty and staff joined together for a day of fun and games on the Florida Campus.
Early in the month of December 2011, David Farmer, a 10th quarter student on Palmer’s Florida Campus, noticed a white reflection in the eye of his daughter, Callie. Later that same month, Callie was diagnosed with unilateral retinoblastoma.
Joining event sponsor Halifax Health, Palmer's Florida Campus and clinics were on display at the “Taking Steps to a Healthier Community” fair.
YMCA Healthy Kids Day, the nation’s largest health day for kids and families, was celebrated on Saturday, April 27.
On Monday, April 22, a group of students from Palmer’s Florida Campus attended a chiropractic legislative day in Tallahassee.
The student council on Palmer’s Florida Campus held their Faculty Appreciation event April 8.
When the Organic Gardening Club started last spring, the mission was to encourage students to learn how to garden, but more importantly to understand the importance of organic food and the benefits for themselves and their patients.
Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Florida Campus and Daytona State College have finalized an articulation agreement that is designed to foster a spirit of cooperation between the two educational institutions and provide Daytona State College students with an opportunity to earn degrees from both institutions.