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.
NUHS-Florida Sports Council recently gained hands-on experience treating athletes during the U.S. Dragon Boat Federation 2023 Club Crew National Championships, an annual boating competition held last month in Sarasota, Florida.
In a commencement ceremony Friday, National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) celebrated graduates in its chiropractic medicine, naturopathic medicine, acupuncture, oriental medicine, clinical practice and biomedical science programs.
NUHS students and faculty recently volunteered to help provide backpacks to local children as part of the annual Pinellas Park Medical District‘s Back-to-School Backpack Drive last month. The event took place July 22 at St. Petersburg College Health Education Center in Pinellas Park, Florida.
Jodi Perrin, DC, ND, a National University Instructor in the Clinical Sciences Department, was recently featured in the August issue of Natural Practitioner Magazine as part of a practitioner roundtable.
Brett R. Martin DC, MPH, MSAc, Professor at NUHS Florida-site, recently released a new book titled, Botanical Medicine: An Evidence-Based Clinical Reference Guide.
New VA preceptorship opportunity in North Carolina will allow students to get hands-on, integrative experience
National University of Health Sciences’ chiropractic students will have the chance to get an integrative and hands-on experience as part of a new preceptorship program at the Fayetteville Veteran’s Affairs (VA) Coastal Health Care System in North Carolina.
In honor of the Juneteenth holiday, National University is recognizing the contributions of enslaved peoples and people of color to the advancement of modern health care in a display at the James F. Winterstein Library.
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