The Quad Cities' low cost of living helps Palmer students keep their expenses low while earning their Doctor of Chiropractic degree. See how the QCs compares to other cities across the U.S.
Woo witnessed the struggle of the health care system firsthand when he served his mandatory two years in the South Korean military. He wanted to be able to help people by getting to the root cause of their pain, without having to rely on prescription drugs or surgery.
Here’s a breakdown of graduating Class 213 on the main campus! Congratulations, and we’re proud of you!
We asked our 2021 graduates on the West campus to share one word describing their Palmer College experience and something they’re looking forward to after graduation. Congratulations to our Palmer graduates Class of 158!
Hayden D. Kaufman, a student at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s main campus in Davenport, Iowa is the recipient of this year’s William S. Rehm Medal for his paper, “The History of Chiropractic Inequality in the U.S. Armed Forces."