Activator Methods sponsors clubs on college campuses throughout the U.S. Club members are students training on the Activator Method who wish to share knowledge and resources, build networks, and plan events. Club members, under the guidance of a faculty advisory, typically meet weekly, to learn more about the technique and prepare for future Activator courses. Club officers serve as teachers, lecturing on the Basic Scan Protocol of the technique. Depending on the guidelines of the college, students may also have an opportunity to receive practical experience on leg length analysis and adjusting during meetings.
Activator Methods provides each club with a resource kit, including an instrument, textbook and other materials, to aid the members’ study on the technique. A quarterly club e-newsletter is also distributed by Activator Methods, and group discounts are available for instrument purchases through Activator Methods if the college allows for direct purchase.
Following is a list of active clubs:
- Cleveland Chiropractic College – Kansas
- Life University – Georgia
- Life Chiropractic College West – California
- Logan College of Chiropractic – Missouri
- Palmer College of Chiropractic – Iowa
- Parker College of Chiropractic – Texas
- Southern California University of Health Sciences – California
- Texas Chiropractic College – Texas
For information on starting a club on your college campus, please email email@example.com.
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