“The doctor of chiropractic program has continued to be rewarding and fulfilling,” Kiearrah said. “I have gained so much knowledge in the brief time I’ve been here. I’m grateful that I can be the person in my family that they come to when they have their own health questions.”
Now, Michael has big dreams for after graduation. “I’d like to work under an established doctor of chiropractic for a while before opening my own practice and I’d love to work with a big LGBTQIA+ population to promote inclusive health care and general health and wellness with that population.”
For her presentation, Alecia focused on Core Strength Training during Pregnancy for a Female with Low Back Pain.
Palmer SABCA (Student American Black Chiropractic Association) students share their thoughts on the importance of chiropractic and health care.
SABCA’s goal each quarter is to provide the students with a social activity, serve the community and encourage each other to perform well in school. The only requirement to join SABCA is to have an open heart and have passion for wanting to see more people of color within the chiropractic profession!