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Leading Ladies

Leading Ladies

Palmer continues its tradition of preparing women leaders in chiropractic
Fall 2007

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As the demand grows for chiropractic, so does the demand for Palmer D.C.s and C.T.s.

Davenport Campus graduates Bethany Meneses, C.T., '01, and Mitch Mally, D.C., '81, work together in a Davenport, Iowa, practice.
Bethany Meneses and Dr. Mitch Mally look at X-ray

You can help Palmer College meet the need for quality chiropractic care. Simply call (800) 722-3648 to find out how to recruit top-notch students to our Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) program through career fairs, open houses and other activities for prospective students.

Palmer College is also meeting the need for highly qualified chiropractic technologists by being the only institution to offer an Associate of Science in Chiropractic Technology (A.S.C.T.) degree program as well as Chiropractic Office Assistant and Chiropractic Clinical Assistant certificate programs. To refer a student to one of these programs on our Davenport Campus, call the Division of Undergraduate Studies at (800) 722-2586, Ext. 5743.

By referring the best students to Palmer’s D.C. and A.S.C.T. programs, you can ensure that practices everywhere provide the best care—from the front office to the adjusting room.

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