Dr. Brant Pedersen, a 2004 graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic's West campus, gives advice to those considering a career in chiropractic or a health-related field. He says being able to "use your head, your heart, your hands, and very little else" to help people is a magical experience. Watch Dr. Pedersen share his perspective.
Dr. Prasad first learned about Palmer and chiropractic at the age of 16, when Palmer's Clinic Abroad team came to her home town of Labasa, on the island of Vanua Levu, Fiji. She was one of many people who went to the clinic for free care, without having "the faintest idea as to the amazing results that chiropractic provided."
“My educational path has taken me on a few detours for sure (pre-medicine, audio engineering, and paramedicine to name a few), but eventually I found the right fit,” said Dr. Capobianco, who has been training as a bodybuilder since he was 15.
Graphic designer. Pilot. Artist. Chiropractor. Sandy Arthur is thankful to have followed her dreams.
Spurred on by her brother's experiences, Cynthia King would like to open her own practice but also research the benefits of managing pain for others with spina bifida.