Awareness and acceptance of acupuncture and oriental medicine is growing in the United States. Review some recent statistics showing acupuncture's expanding applications and practice venues.
Current statistics show that the field of massage therapy continues to expand, offering solid benefits for those seeking a rewarding career in health care.
Those who visit our campus between May and August 2015 will receive a $1,000 tuition credit for our graduate programs, or a $500 tuition credit for our undergraduate BS program.
The NUHS Naturopathic Medical Students Association welcomed guest speakers Dr. Russell Jaffe and Dr. Erica Mennerik on July 23, 2015, for a question and answer presentation on functional immunology.
NUHS interns participated in Chicago’s “Summer Standdown” event for homeless veterans, providing ear seed treatment for PTSD and pain relief.
Clinicians and DC interns from NUHS in Florida treated athletes at the Sunshine State Games, gaining valuable experience in sports medicine.
Chiropractic interns from National University treated athletes at the annual Chinatown 5K and Youth Run on July 11, 2015 in Chicago.
Interns from NUHS clinics in Aurora and Lombard volunteered at local Tour de Cure and Relay for Life events, supporting the American Diabetes Association and the American Cancer Society.
Discover how effective acupuncture can be. NUHS is offering free acupuncture and oriental medical consultations to new patients for a limited time.
National University grad, Carri Drzyzga, DC, ND, recently launched a new book titled, “Reclaim Your Energy and Feel Normal Again” on fixing the root cause of fatigue with natural treatments.
It’s not too late to register for National University’s Homecoming 2015 held Thursday, June 25th through Saturday, June 27th. Earn up to 20 hours of CE credit while reconnecting with old friends.
In this video, NUHS graduate John Birdsall, ND ('13), explains why his residency at Cancer Treatment Centers of America is so rewarding.
Dr. Dana Madigan, research resident at National University, recently attended both World Health Organization and International Congress on Occupational Health meetings in South Korea.
NUHS faculty member, Brett Martin, DC, MSAc, recently published “Acupuncture for the Treatment of Hyperhidrosis: A Case Report,” in the Journal of Chinese Medicine.
Assistant Professor Denis Marier, ND, MA, is a faculty member and clinical supervisor in the naturopathic medicine program with 15 years of ND experience and a background in eco-psychology.