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Korzen, Erik

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Erik Korzen, DC

Instructor, Basic Sciences Department

Erik Korzen, DCDr. Erik Korzen is a graduate-level human anatomy instructor. His private practice specialties include conservative physical medicine and non-operative musculoskeletal care, utilizing myofascial treatments, MDT, joint mobilizations/manipulations, corrective exercises, KT taping and instrument assisted soft tissue.

He joined the National University faculty “to bring real-world aspects to the basic science program, and to help build a more robust anatomy course that integrates clinical knowledge.”  Dr. Korzen was formerly an adjunct faculty member at both NUHS (undergrad program) and Wheaton College, as well as a contributing author with the Brookbush Institute of Human Movement Science.

In his personal life he enjoys running, exercising, being outdoors, and spending time with his wife and two children.

Faculty Info

  • Instructor, Basic Sciences
  • BS, Bradley University, 2009
    DC, National University of Health Sciences, 2013