Brittany says that her experience as an intern in the Palmer Chiropractic Clinic’s Sports and Rehabilitation department helped prepare her for her preceptorship.
“I plan to continue my chiropractic career in Florida. My goal is to start a family practice where I will work full-time. I also want to dive into the racing community, setting up agreements with specific racing programs as a traveling chiropractor for racing teams!” he said, excitedly.
Melissa Birdsell, D.C., DICCP deeply understands the importance of finding joy in movement. She performs in Backwater Gamblers ski show and AcroYoga Quad Cities.
Dr. Cruz and her staff are on the football field with the players for all home games and will start attending away games next season. “It’s honestly a dream come true, and I cannot believe I’m out there on the field with them! It’s good to be up close and personal with the players not only as their emergency backup care but we also help with nutrition and advice while on the field,” she said.
Thirty-five years into it, Dr. Sok couldn’t be more pleased with his decision to attend Palmer and become a sports chiropractor. “When I first looked into chiropractic as a career, the average age of a chiropractor in Maryland was 55 years old. I saw that as an opportunity. My desire to help people, especially athletes, was already there but it really grew while at Palmer,” he recalled.