NUHS provides free peer tutoring in any course, in any program, through the Office of Student Services. Read how two ND students are using peer tutoring to start new students on the right track in basic science courses.
NUHS-Florida DC students participate in collaborative drills and educational opportunities with students from EMS, PA, nursing, dental hygiene and other health science programs, thanks to a unique campus partnership.
In 2005, National University welcomed the first class into its bachelor of biomedical science degree completion program. This year it is celebrating the program’s 10-year anniversary.
DC students from both the NUHS Illinois and Florida campus sites competed at the ChiroGames in Cocoa Beach, Florida the weekend of Oct. 1st, bringing home lots of medals .
National University MSOM student Bi Lin Feng recently won the $1000 2015 Jade Dragon Scholarship offered by NuHerbs Co.
National University’s FOCUS and Running/Walking Club have joined together to raise donations to help Syrian refugees. Friday, Nov. 6, participants will run or walk one lap around Janse Hall for every $10 raised in donations online.
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.
NUHS has joined The Patriot Project to extend more free care to veterans and their families. Helping vets find natural and effective health treatment contributes greatly in reducing the overuse of painkillers.
National University grad Curtis Maynard, DC (’81) has been the chiropractic physician to the Arizona Cardinals NFL football team since 1998. Here's his story...
National University graduate Dr. Anthony V. D’Antoni (DC ’03) authored the ankle and foot chapter of the new 41st edition of Gray’s Anatomy British reference version, and lauds his rigorous anatomy education at NUHS.
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.
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.”