We've got an awesome show this time, all about Sherman College of Chiropractic. We had so much to talk about we ended up going a bit longer than usual, but I hope you can find time to tune in and hear about what fried chicken and B.J. Palmer impersonators have to do with straight chiropractic.
Anna Elkins 12th Quarter Chiropractic Intern
Virginia Voyles 5th quarter student, originally a native of Illinois. She has an undergraduate degree in business and worked in advertising sales and as a financial consultant for a period before becoming a chiropractic assistant.
Rachel Leskosky 4th quarter student from Pennsylvania, with an undergraduate background in Neuroscience
Robin Heaton 4th & 5th Quarter student. An "older" student who been in the alternative health care field for over 20 years. Attended two other chiropractic schools in the past (2000) and chose Sherman over returning to the chiropractic other schools.
Note: The ideas and opinions offered in this discussion are those of the host and guests and do not reflect the institutions discussed.
Vitalistic Philosophy and focus on Vertebral Subluxation Wikipedia: The doctrine that "living organisms are fundamentally different from non-living entities because they contain some non-physical element or are governed by different principles than are inanimate things."
Anna's: League of Chiropractic Women
Virginia Voyles: "The Peaceful Warrior"
Rachel: "Palmer's Law of Life Vol 36."
Nathan's: "The Chiropractor" by D.D. Palmer, 1914