Carlo Guadagno, DC, DACBSP®, ICSC, FICC, a National University of Health Sciences’ Florida faculty member, was recently in Santiago, Chile for the 19th edition of the Pan American Games, serving the elite athletes of Team USA as a volunteer chiropractor with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) medical staff.
Jennifer Green, ND, DC, chief clinician of naturopathic medicine at National University’s Whole Health Center-Lombard, recently shared some of the ways the clinic is successfully treating Long COVID in The Nursing Voice, the official publication of the Illinois Nurses Foundation and the American Nurses Association – Illinois.
Four members of faculty and staff were recently honored with President’s Awards for their hard work and service to National University of Health Sciences at ceremonies in Illinois and Florida.
National University of Health Sciences’ alum Richard Olff, DC, recently presented Daniel Driscoll, DC, Dean of Institutional Compliance, with a Quilt of Valor. Dr. Olff’s sister, Kathleen Kirby, made the quilt, paying tribute to Dr. Driscoll’s service during the Vietnam War in the 1st Battalion, 9th Marines also known as “The Walking Dead.”
National University of Health Sciences’ faculty member Jennifer Gantzer, DC, MS, DACBN, FACN, was recently part of a discussion on the state of the chiropractic profession as part of an episode of Chiropractical, a National Chiropractic Mutual Insurance Company (NCMIC) podcast. The host talked with Dr. Gantzer and 19 other leaders within the chiropractic profession at The National, one of the largest chiropractic events organized by the Florida Chiropractic Association.
Hyundo Franz Kim, PhD, MSOM, LAc, has recently been named Assistant Dean of the Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine Program (AHM) at National University of Health Sciences (NUHS). Dr. Kim, who previously served as Chief Clinician of the AHM Program at the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard, has been teaching at NUHS since 2007.
At National University of Health Sciences’ clinics, faculty members are not only focused on treating patients, they’re often discovering their next research project. For Brett Martin, DC, MPH, MSAc, a faculty member at the Florida-site, when a particular treatment proves effective, his next step is finding the mechanisms behind it and then spreading the word to other clinicians.
Carlo Guadagno, DC, DACBSP®, ICSC, FICC, a National University of Health Sciences’ Florida faculty member, was recently honored by the Tampa Hispanic Heritage Inc. as a distinguished leader in the field of chiropractic education and sports medicine. Dr. Guadagno received the 2023 Hispanic Leadership Class Award at a ceremony at Tampa River Center September 19.
Steven Freeman, DC, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Clinical Sciences, NUHS-Florida recently released, The Referral-Based Office – The Truth Behind Interdisciplinary Referrals for Chiropractic Management, a book that provides chiropractic physicians with an insider perspective on how to get referrals.
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