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May 26, 2016 4:58:00 PM
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My first week of clinical sciences was certainly different than the first weeks of the previous four trimesters. It was a familiar experience being with the same people and some of the same professors, but it was different because we are in a different building and the classes are now clinically based. There were some new professors for radiology, pharmacology, and clinical neurology, all of who are very knowledgeable in their disciplines. I am looking forward to my new classes this trimester.

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In addition to classes, we had Club Lunch Day on Thursday. I am now the Legislative Representative for the NUHS Florida Chapter of the Student American Chiropractic Association. I am still president of the Chiro Games Club, as well. The clubs all gave presentations and afterward we enjoyed catering from Chipotle. The presentations went well. A lot of people signed up for SACA and the Chiro Games Club so we are looking forward to a large turnout for our club meetings and events.

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This trimester, my favorite classes thus far are Pharmacology and Botanical Medicine. We are learning both sides of the coin. How to treat conditions either with botanicals, pharmaceuticals, or both. I just find it fascinating how each treatment works physiologically on a biochemical level. Thankfully the biochemistry classes here at NUHS have helped prepare me for these clinical classes.

Over the weekend, my girlfriend and I went downtown to an "Alice in Wonderland" themed art exhibit. We were late for a very important date, descended down the rabbit hole, attended a mad tea party, and met the Cheshire cat. St. Petersburg has a very prominent art scene and there are studios all over.

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We took a lot of pictures at the exhibit and I included the coolest ones in the collage above. It was hard to capture just how detailed the murals and paintings were. There was also pottery, a chandelier made of cards, and many costumes, which I also consider art. Overall, it was a very cool experience and I am looking forward to going to another exhibit in the near future.

Though I work, tutor, participate in clubs, and study in my time outside of the classroom, I try and take in all that St. Petersburg has to offer. Whether it is going to sporting events, taking in a concert, heading to the beach, or attending an art exhibit, there are so many things to do in this area.

That's all for this week please email me at ChristopherKotwicki@student.nuhs.edu





Posted by Christopher Kotwicki

My name is Christopher Kotwicki and I am a future Doctor of Chiropractic! I am also a self-proclaimed beach bum, animal lover, fitness junkie, and sports fanatic.