National University grad Karen Selph ('03) was recently featured
on a local television news segment on bringing the benefits of
massage therapy to severely ill children. Karen works as a massage
therapist at Maryville's Children's Healthcare Center in
Karen is just one of our grads who are
taking advantage of new applications for massage in an integrative
Two NUHS massage therapy grads, Janet Ziegler ('09) and Dorothy
Topounova ('09), were featured in a recent news segment on the
healing power of touch.
Here is a link to the full article on "The Science of Touch," while below is the news
segment from WGN's Living Healthy Chicago.
The best news is that Janet Zeigler also teaches in the massage therapy
program at NUHS, offering a class on healing touch for special
populations, including massage therapy in hospice settings.
Bringing massage therapy to wider populations, such as those in
hospice or suffering from dementia, is just one way our grads are
defining the future of integrated health care.
Caitlin Spencer enjoys a rewarding career in massage therapy,
and is able to bring her experience to community service outreach.
She credits her training at National University of Health Sciences
in providing her the expert skills she uses every day in a busy
commercial massage center.
If you would like to explore the many advantages of starting
your massage therapy career with certification from National
University, visit the Massage Therapy Admissions site.
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