Business Modules

The Center delivers a co-curricular experience that is market-ready and practical. The modules are designed to ensure that aspiring chiropractors have an opportunity to tackle some of the major hurdles that entrepreneurs face as they open, operate and grow their business. The Palmer Center for Business Development delivers workshops to students through its partners in the business and chiropractic community. Topics range from chiropractic specific details such as office flow and additional sources of practice income to business details involving financing and marketing.

To benefit from the most modules during your time at Palmer, we suggest this timeline.

Upcoming Modules

Main campus


  • Marketing Techniques from the Real World
    James O'Connor, Vice Chancellor for Marketing
    Jillian McCleary, Director of Communication
    Stephanie Carmichael, Communication Coordinator for Social Media
    Wednesday, January 22, 4-7 p.m.
    Business Center Classroom
  • Dinner provided with advanced RSVP using the Palmer CareerNetwork.

  • Starting into Practice
    Braxton Pulley, D.C. and
    Mike Whitmer of NCMIC
    Saturday, January 25, 8 a.m. - Noon
    Business Center Classroom
  • Breakfast provided with advanced RSVP using the Palmer CareerNetwork.

RSVP using the Palmer CareerNetwork

Please Note: Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.

Coming Again in the Rotation

West campus

Corporate Chiropractic Forum

Tuesday, February 25
6 - 8 p.m. in the Library

The “Corporate Chiropractic” panel session will focus on the growing trend (especially here in the Silicon Valley) of companies providing employees with the convenience of complimentary care via campus-based health centers – and at virtually each of these clinics, the scope of services includes chiropractic.
 
Our goal is to feature some of the D.C.s who currently practice at local companies that maintain onsite health centers – and it fills us with great “Palmer pride” that the majority of the doctors practicing in these positions are graduates of our campus!  In particular, we’re interested in learning the steps of each doctor’s “chiropractic journey” that helped them achieve their current position as a corporate chiropractor. 

RSVP to Karen Dunn in Student Services.

Please Note: Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.

Florida campus
  • Starting into Practice
    Speaker: Braxton Pulley, D.C. and
    Mike Whitmer of NCMIC
    Wednesday, January 22nd 
    4:30 p.m., Building Three 

Please Note: Palmer College of Chiropractic does not endorse or recommend any of the products, services or tactics presented at our Vendor Showcase, Brunch and Learn or Business Module events. As with all practice purchases and marketing strategies, we suggest conducting thorough research before determining whether something is right for you and your practice.

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