The chiropractic profession leads the nation's workforce with the lowest rate of unemployment. This, plus excellent job growth forecasts, make it a solid career choice.
There are fewer than 300 Anatomage tables in the world, and National University is home to one of them. It is today's most technologically advanced digital visualization system for anatomy education.
What are the advantages of a career as a DC versus a career as a PT or ATC? In this video, you'll hear NUHS graduate Dr. Randy Cybulski explain why he switched careers and became a chiropractic physician.
National University recently announced the winners of several institutional scholarships ranging from $800 - $2800. Applications for summer trimester awards will be available June 1.
18 NUHS students volunteered to “Brave the Shave” in helping raise money for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and pediatric cancer research. The team raised a total of $5,010 through pledges, donations and sponsorships.
The "NUHS Firebrands" won the 8th annual Seminole Kiwanis Fire Truck Pull on March 15, helping raise scholarship funds for college bound students in the Tampa Bay area.
April 6th - 12th is National Public Health Week. Help inform others about the "Global Burden of Spine Pain," by distributing copies of an educational flyer to 5 people.
National University’s Florida DC program recently received a donation of three Anteater adjusting tools, valued at $1050.
February 19th is the start of the Chinese New Year. To celebrate, the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard is offering free oriental medical consultations to new patients from 2/17 - 2/21.
National University alumnus and president of SMART Tools Plus, Nick Colosi, DC (’13), recently donated seven sets of SMART Tools to the NUHS DC program for educational and clinical use.
While she was at NUHS, Dr. Jennifer Gantzer was one of the first students to take advantage of a rotation at Bay Pines VA healthcare system in Florida.
NUHS features Dr. Janet Lintala ('94), in an exciting new CE course: "Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Natural Treatments for Supporting Vibrant Health on the Spectrum." The one-day course, held on Sunday, March 1, 2015 from 8am to 6pm, offers 8 hours of CE credit.
Dr. Richardson and Dr. Martin published an article on pharmaceuticals and their side effects for a Department of Transportation newsletter to educate those who certify truck drivers.
This winter, Dr. Guadagno from NUHS Florida worked with elite athletes during a sports medicine rotation at the US Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California.
NUHS Florida faculty member and sports medicine expert, Dr. Carlo Guadagno, treated athletes at the XXII Central American and Caribbean Games in Veracruz, Mexico in November, 2014.