Palmer College offers two post-graduate residencies that provide advanced training to qualified, licensed doctors of chiropractic. The programs are rigorous, and residents are selected on a competitive basis. Both options are at Palmer’s main campus in Davenport, Iowa.
Chiropractic Radiology Residency
The Chiropractic Radiology Residency is a three-year post-graduate program. This in-house training provides additional education and experience in chiropractic radiology and specialized imaging.
This position is based in the Clinic Radiology Department. You’ll become eligible to sit for the board examination administered by the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. This leads to diplomate status.
For more information about this residency, call Ian McLean, D.C., DACBR, Director of Clinical Radiology at 563-884-5423.
-Emma Forlow, D.C.
Read more about Dr. Forlow’s experience with the Chiropractic Radiology Residency.
The Rehabilitation Residency is a three-year post-graduate program. This is an intensive clinical experience in which residents focus on neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation care within an interdisciplinary clinical setting.
Your training meets the requirements of the American Chiropractic Association Council of Chiropractic Rehabilitation.
Upon completion of this residency, you’ll be eligible for the Diplomate in Chiropractic Rehabilitation.
For more information about this residency, call the Rehabilitation & Sports Injury Department on the main campus in Davenport, Iowa at 563-884-5455.