Man pursuing perfect form in the herb garden.

Pursue Perfect Form

We find a simple idea at the heart of chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition and anatomy — a picture of the human body — aligned, as intended, and functioning, energetically for maximum health.

New York Chiropractic College (NYCC) faculty, students and alumni dedicate themselves to the science and art of nourishing, restoring and sustaining our natural, inherent and more perfect form.

Pursue Perfect Form recognizes the enormous challenges facing all health professions — and sharpens our focus on educating those who care for the human body.

Pursue Perfect Form speaks to those seeking an educational environment that pushes students and faculty to settle for nothing less than exceptional — in the classroom and the clinic — because high expectations bring the greatest rewards.

Pursue Perfect Form addresses the increased attention placed on our professionals after the Food and Drug Administration's recommendation that all medical doctors understand the nonpharmacologic therapies — including acupuncture and chiropractic care — which play a role in managing pain.

This recommendation reinforces what we know firsthand: the power that chiropractic, acupuncture, nutrition and other conservative approaches hold for the future.

Pursue Perfect Form serves as a mantra for those committed to becoming the professionals who make a difference in the lives of their patients, clients and/or students.

Pursue Perfect Form gently affirms that we need not — must not — tolerate a growing divide between good health for some and deteriorating outcomes for many.

At New York Chiropractic College, we uphold the highest possible standards and fix our aim on one shared and life-giving outcome.

The pursuit of perfect form.