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Question of the week: What is the strongest value of your chiropractic education at Palmer?

4/9/2013 (Archived)

We went on Facebook and asked alumni and students, "What is the strongest value of your chiropractic education at Palmer College?"

Here are their answers:

  • Devin Brossard - Understanding WHY we do what we do, and the best technique instruction for perfecting its application.
  • Steven Capobianco - Friends and colleagues first. They continue to provide knowledge well after our formal education. Palmer West also provided me with the tools to specialize with the athlete patient. The future, in my opinion, is the ability to specialize. Thanks, PCCW.
  • Jason Zablotney - The Technique Department in its entirety. Those wonderful doctors taught me how to find and adjust a subluxation. I see graduates from other schools often afraid to even touch a spine. But because of Palmer's technique faculty, I had confidence in my abilities to be the best chiropractor I can be from day one of practice.
  • Stuart Humberg - Palmer's Technique Department has always been Palmer's strength, and I hope the administrators do everything in their power to keep it that way.
  • Nicole Bittner - Clinic Abroad, by far. Learning on the go from the amazing Dr. (David) Hannah!
  • Maximillian Zart - There are several, but I suppose the strongest "value" I received at Palmer Florida was being educated by some of the brightest minds I have ever met, both professors and students.
  • Lisa Sadowski Reid - My technique and philosophy.
  • Stacey Willey - Having the pleasure of listening to Dr. (Fred) Barge on a regular basis.

 Do you have an idea for the Question of the Week? E-mail it to minda.powers@palmer.edu.