National University’s Dr. Carlo Guadagno and alumnus Dr. Clive Bridgham (DC ’86) have been treating athletes in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro as part of a multidisciplinary sports medicine staff.
Melvin Collins will retire at the end of August after 30 years of outstanding service to National University. He earned the Quality Service Award, a place in the university’s Hall of Honor, as well as receiving an honorary LLD degree.
NUHS is partnering with Elmhurst College for an Advanced Scholar Program giving qualified students an edge in completing both a bachelor's and doctor of chiropractic degree.
A full house audience congratulated graduates from seven of the university's degree programs, and welcomed commencement speaker, Dr. Ezra Cohen.
NUHS gave eight students institutional scholarships as part of its summer scholarship awards. Information on Fall scholarships will be available soon!
National University grads Kathi Wotal (MSOM '13) and Barrie Hinman (MSAc '09) presented “How to Start an Acupuncture Practice and Work with Insurance,” sponsored by the NUHS AOMSA.
Bonnie Brock, a recent ND grad at NUHS, also finished a unique clinical clerkship at True North Health Center in Santa Rosa, California. True North offer in-patient care from an integrative medical team.
What's the link between NUHS and the bright stripes on Olympic athletes? NUHS not only trains its students in Kinesiotaping, its inventor is Dr. Kenzo Kase, a '74 NUHS DC grad.
Chiropractic interns from National University treat runners at events in Chicago's Chinatown and suburban Oak Park.
"From our basic sciences to diagnosis labs to adjusting technique labs, I believe that we were taught and prepared by the best in our field," says Ohio DC, Dr. Ryan Bagley.
National University welcomed graduates, students, faculty and staff to its 2016 Homecoming where they celebrated the 110th anniversary of the university's founding in 1906.
National University is offering a 150 credit CE program in Electrodiagnostics, featuring instructor Dr. Robert Humphreys. Register now for the 10-module series, beginning July 9.
Case report in current issue of Journal of Chiropractic Medicine highlights importance of proper diagnosing, management and inter-referral for compartment syndrome.
NUHS' Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron co-authored an important new series of papers on massage therapy and pain management recently published in the journal Pain Medicine.
Professor Zhanxiang Wang has been named Assistant Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM). Dr. Wang has taught and served as a clinician at NUHS since 2014.