About Table Time

The most consistent feedback we receive from students is “we don’t have enough hands-on or table time.” In response to this, effective fall semester 2015, we are adding 30 minutes of class time devoted to hands-on or table time which will cover numerous aspects of Naprapathic Medicine and taking topographical findings. Activities will include physically marking the spine and other relevant areas of the body along with addressing alignment of the body in various positions.

While learning the art of Naprapathic Medicine, repetition is extremely important for recognizing and successfully treating connective tissue disorders in the body. For this reason we are making Table Time a mandatory part of all classes.