Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences
Dr. Angie Skokos is chief clinician of the student clinic at NUHS, and an assistant professor in the department of clinical sciences. She has been a student clinic clinician since 2009, and loves working with students and teaching them the qualities of being a good health care professional. Prior to her position in student clinic, Dr. Skokos was in private practice for 8 years.
She also maintains a faculty practice, seeing patients at the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard. She is multi-lingual, speaking both Greek and Spanish, which has assisted her in treating these particular sub-populations. Dr. Skokos is also an expert witness for Network Medical Review where she reviews health records, performs independent medical examinations (IME), and participates in litigation.
Dr. Skokos earned her bachelor of science degree at Benedictine University in 1998, and completed her doctor of chiropractic degree at NUHS in 2002. She earned a master of science in advaned clinical practice from NUHS in 2013, and is a fellow in the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture (FIAMA). She is certified in Kinesiotaping (CKTP), as well as manipulation under anesthesia (MUA).
In addition to her dedication to National and the chiropractic field, she is also devoted to her husband, Sam, and her two children, Alexandra and Kosta. Her hobbies and interests include attending family functions, playing the violin and piano, playing soccer, and traveling to Greece and other countries.