Meet Our Chiropractic Medicine Faculty
Watch video interviews and read profiles of faculty members teaching in the DC program National University’s Lombard campus. They are just a sampling of the several dozen professors and instructors in basic and clinical sciences that are part of chiropractic medicine instruction in our College of Professional Studies.
“Where can you get training that’s science-based, that’s going to take the whole person into consideration, that will give you a well-rounded approach that provides primary care preparation? At National, you’re prepared in a primary care way.”
Molly C. Avola
“We prepare our students for an integrative medical environment. They know what an MRI will show versus a CAT scan versus a nuclear scan versus conventional radiography. They understand each of these modalities and what each is utilized for.”
“Not only are National University grads good at technique, they are more well-versed in the overall care of patients. This includes not only technique, but also rehab, nutrition, and integrative medicine. Our students are more well-rounded doctors.”
“…There’s a lot of emergency medicine involved in sports, and you’ll be working alongside professionals from other specialties. That’s why training in primary care is important, as well as feeling comfortable in an integrative medicine environment. Our students at National have these strengths going for them.”