Researchers at NUHS are initiating a new research study on chronic low back pain, and need volunteers. If you or someone you know suffers from chronic low back pain, you may be eligible. Participants will receive a free examination and custom-made shoe orthotics, and some may also receive chiropractic manipulations.
Standard Process, a leading producer of whole food and quality nutritional supplements is providing one $2500 scholarship to an eligible NUHS acupuncture student (MSAc). The company is a strong advocate of integrating nutrition with acupuncture to improve health care outcomes. Applications are now available, and the deadline to apply is March 14, 2014.
National University of Health Sciences recently signed an agreement to bring chiropractic care to Veterans at the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System, located just north of St. Petersburg, Florida. NUHS will hire a full-time chiropractic physician who, along with student interns, will work at Bay Pines as part of its Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department.
The Functional Medicine and Clinical Neurology Club (FMCN) plans activities that provide advanced knowledge and training in clinical neurology and functional medicine. Students in the club are usually interested in future chiropractic diplomate education in either neurology or internal disorders.
Athletes from around the world participated in the Walt Disney World Marathon on Sunday, January 12, 2014. NUHS DC interns worked at the KT Tape booth, taping a total of 500 athletes the day before the marathon.
NUHS has added a specialty rotation in homeopathy to its clinical internship experience for naturopathic medicine students. ND interns in the rotation spend one day per week seeing patients under the supervision of a seasoned expert in homeopathic medicine.
Due to flooding, the NUHS Whole Health Center – Aurora has postponed its heart health awareness event to Feb. 28th and March 1st. All community members are invited, and the clinic will offer a full range of health screening services for only a $5 participation fee.
In this podcast, NUHS naturopathic medicine faculty Louise Edwards, ND, LAc, explains the determinants of health, and how they are the foundation for supporting the body's natural healing ability.
The NUHS Whole Health Center-Chicago has partnered for several years with CommunityHealth, the largest volunteer-based free clinic in Illinois. Patients receive much needed care, and chiropractic interns gain experience in working with community health organizations.
National alumnus, Dr. Anthony Hamm, has been elected to serve as president of the American Chiropractic Association for the next two years. Dr. Anthony Hamm brings a history of inter-professional cooperation and payment policy expertise to the ACA.
National University DC graduate, Dr. Aaron Popp (’09), shows that joining with another established chiropractic physician, either as an associate or a partner, can often be an excellent path to success.
Thomas Clark, DC ('78) is an international leader in the field of musculoskeletal ultrasound. He is currently training NUHS diagnostic imaging faculty in this modality, and is optimistic about its application within the chiropractic profession.
Jerrilyn Cambron, DC, MPH, PhD, LMT and professor of research at National University, recently took office as the newly elected president of The Massage Therapy Foundation. Dr. Cambron’s term will run from March 1, 2014 until February 29, 2016.
Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron has been elected as a director for the first board of The Consortium of Evidence-Informed Practice Educators (CEIPE), composed of members from each chiropractic school in the United States and from institutions in Canada and the UK.
In this new video, Fraser Smith, ND, assistant dean for naturopathic medicine at NUHS shares how naturopathic medicine, and medical care as a whole, is evolving. He believes the unique curriculum at NUHS will better prepare ND grads to succeed in the changing world of health care.