Konstantina Adams knew NUHS was her "dream school" after visiting the campus on a high school anatomy tour. In this video she shares her favorite aspects of the BS program, as well as her experience in on-campus housing.
On May 1, National University’s Learning Resource Center (LRC) received a $5000 grant from the Illinois State Library’s “Back to Books” grant program. The grant is designated specifically for book purchases and collection development.
National University faculty member, Dr. Carlo Guadagno, recently returned from his second rotation on the sports medicine staff of the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. His multi-disciplinary team worked with athletes from a variety of summer and winter events.
Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston boast that they receive a health therapy known as “cupping.” It isn’t some weird new Hollywood trend, but actually a traditional healing art used in China for thousands of years. It's even offered at National University's Whole Health Center - Lombard.
Dr. Nate Porcher just graduated from National University's DC program this April. While he was a DC student, Nate wrote a research article on sports-related concussions that will soon be published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine.
Faculty member Dr. Jennifer Illes will work as a chiropractic physician at the Walgreens Charity Championship women’s golf tournament held April 27-28. Dr. Illes has been named the coordinator for physician services for all three LGPA “Legends” tournaments to be held in Florida in 2013.
In this video, you'll hear why Cassandra Ennsmann feels National University's program offers the best career preparation in massage therapy. Internship experience in our on-campus integrative medical clinic is one big reason.