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New York Chiropractic College

  • Seneca Falls, NY
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  • Private
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  • Suburban
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    in-state tuition | out-of-state tuition

Overview

About Programs at New York Chiropractic College

New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) provides exceptional academics and real-world opportunities to prepare students for successful, fulfilling careers in a rapidly evolving healthcare landscape. NYCC offers 4 master's programs in addition to the Doctor of Chiropractic. Their progressive, integrated curriculum combines a unique balance of art, philosophy, and science. The latest advances in learning technology further support NYCC's academic programs.

Full-year academic internship and fellowship programs are available in a variety of healthcare environments. NYCC fosters collaborative relationships with many prestigious healthcare institutions that provide opportunities for students to gain greater practical education.

NYCC students consistently score above the national average on the US Chiropractic Board Exams.

Doctor of Chiropractic Program at New York Chiropractic College

NYCC's Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) program prepares students for one of the fastest-growing professions in healthcare. The curriculum teaches students how to serve as primary care physicians, covering patient management and diagnoses along with in-depth chiropractic study. Special emphasis is given to neuromusculoskeletal conditions.

Students also learn to manage patient care through collaborative partnerships with both traditional and alternative health care professionals. Students receive 1-on-1 attention and mentoring from faculty members who are practicing Doctors of Chiropractic.

The 3 1/3-year DC program includes a full-time resident study, including a 1-year clinical internship that provides real-world experience in an array of diverse healthcare environments.

Research Opportunities at NYCC

NYCC students are exposed to the latest evidence-based chiropractic concepts during their coursework and as part of their clinical internships. Students can participate in research programs at NYCC in several ways, including as subjects in applied and clinical research projects, as research assistants to faculty members, or by conducting independent research under the supervision of faculty members.

Research facilities at NYCC cover 8,000 square feet and include laboratories for bioinstrumentation, biomechanics, motor systems physiology, and nutrition. Current research topics include skeletal biomechanics, clinical gait analysis, human gross anatomy, motor systems physiology, muscle mechanics, and spinal manipulation in older adults.

Student Life at NYCC

NYCC provides students with a secure campus environment that offers a variety of social, athletic, and extracurricular activities. More than 20 clubs and organizations are active on campus, including Active Care Club, Christian Chiro Club, Motion Palpation Club, and the NYCC Entrepreneurial Club.

An Active and Involved Faculty

Faculty members within the Doctor of Chiropractic program are renowned and active professionals, many of whom remain involved in private practice or research. For instance, Dr. Lisa Bloom is a multiple winner of faculty excellence awards and the creator of the YouTube NeuroDocUniverse channel, which is focused on improving clinical mastery in neurologoical examination and diagnosis.

Dr. Ilija Arar had a history as an analytical chemist before entering the field of chiropractic medicine. He has conducted research in the area of musculoskeletal physiology, with an emphasis on physiological effects of manual therapy on skeletal muscle.

Dr. Michael Mestan held positions as general chiropractor, chief resident during his residency, and founder of a specialty radiology consultation practice. Mestan also served on the executive committee of the American Chiropractic College of Radiology for 6 years before joining NYCC.

Financial Aid Opportunities at New York Chiropractic College

The financial aid office at NYCC helps students succeed in their educational goals through grants, loans, scholarships, and work programs. A wide range of scholarship and grant opportunities are available for NYCC students, including the Foot Levelers Scholarship, Business and Professional Women's Club of New York State Scholarship, and American Black Chiropractic Association Scholarship.

Additional scholarships available specifically for DC students include the NYCC High Merit Scholarships, NYCC Education Opportunity Award, and Chiropractic Legacy Scholarship for students whose immediate family members are also licensed DCs.

New York Chiropractic College -- A Heritage of Academic Excellence

Founded in 1919, New York Chiropractic College has a heritage of academic excellence, professional leadership, and quality patient care. The campus hosts an on-site professional clinic, as well as a state-of-the-art anatomy center, featuring full human dissection, and top-notch academic facilities and technology. The university's innovative programs develop students into successful professionals.

NYCC is located on a 286-acre campus in Seneca Falls, in the Finger Lakes region of New York. The town has a rich cultural heritage, and is home to such landmarks as the Women's Rights National Historic Park, Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, and the Seneca-Cayuga Canal. Students can enjoy a wide variety of cultural, recreational, and sporting opportunities nearby, as well as those closer to Rochester, Syracuse, or Ithaca -- all under an hour away.


Location & Contact

New York Chiropractic College

2360 Route 89, PO Box 800
Seneca Falls, NY 13148-0800
United States

Mr. Michael Lynch

Director of Admissions

Phone: 315-568-3052
Fax: 315-568-3087
Email: mlynch@nycc.edu

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