The National Network of Libraries of Medicine recently awarded National University’s LRC a grant to fund a new Technology Bar and iPad Station.
In this video, hear why NUHS student T.J Phelps decided to combine both a DC and ND degree, and how it is already opening career doors for him.
In this new video, students share the advantages of hospital-based acupuncture training. This unique opportunity for MSAc and MSOM students is made possible through NUHS' partnership with John. H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County.
The eastern entryway and stairwells of Janse Hall are undergoing construction to create a more comfortable seating and study area for students.
National University honored 70 graduates from several degree and certificate programs today and welcomed guest speaker Dr. Robert C. Jones.
From now until January 25th, we’ll be looking for prizewinning photos featuring folks wearing NU colors and logo gear with the hashtag #NUonU.
National University launched a campus-wide Standard Process 21-Day Purification Challenge that will begin the week of January 25 –29, with the winner receiving a prize.
The on-campus integrative medical clinic at National University boasts an extensive herbal and supplement dispensary used by all of our graduate level clinical programs.
October 24th is Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Day. To celebrate, the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard is offering free acupuncture and oriental medicine appointments to new patients from Oct. 19 - 24.
Expand your practice by learning to treat animals. Attend the Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy certification course beginning on March 30th.
DCs and NDs can augment their practice by adding a second degree in acupuncture or oriental medicine. National University's convenient evening programs make it possible.
Dr. Eric Brennan (DC ’14) joined a practice in Pennsylvania specializing in prenatal and postpartum care. Here's how NUHS prepared him for his rewarding chiropractic career.
Several NUHS faculty participated in events for the Chiropractic Health Care Section (CHC) during APHA's annual meeting in Chicago, Oct. 31 - Nov. 5.
At its recent October 2015 convention, the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (IAFNR) awarded Dr. C. Robert Humphreys its “Lifetime Achievement Award.”
Dr. Fraser Smith, assistant dean for naturopathic medicine at National University, has released a new book titled: “The Complete Brain Exercise Book.”