Palmer College’s Port Orange campus in Florida will debut “Building 4” in October, according to the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
College President Peter A. Martin says the new building will meet the needs of a growing student body and enrollment.
“Palmer Florida has been experiencing a good rate of growth over the years, which has allowed us to continue to modernize our facilities and remodel our facilities as needed to accommodate that growth,” Martin told The News-Journal. “We have gotten to the point where we just have to have a new building.”
The $12 million, 33,000 square feet two-story building will include four classrooms, new labs and faculty offices.
“Chiropractic has been proven to be effective in musculoskeletal pain, which has been a main driver of people going on opioids,” Martin said. “We have found through various studies that people can avoid opioid dependence by utilizing natural procedures such as chiropractic. I think that has created some interest.”
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