“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.”
Faculty C - E
Faculty C - E
Daniel R. Driscoll
Kevin J. Curtin, DC Assistant Professor, Clinical Sciences Kevin J. Curtin, DC graduated summa cum laude with a doctor of chiropractic medicine from National University of Health Sciences. While maintaining a private practice in is hometown of Homer Glen, IL, and...
Daniel J. Cooper
“I love my job. I get to teach; I get to know these students for an entire year and be part of their professional training. I enjoy the opportunity to see them from the first week, work with them one-on-one, and watch them come into their own as massage therapists.”
William Chromey, DC Clinical Sciences Instructor NUHS-Florida William Chromey, DC, is an instructor in the Clinical Sciences Department, teaching courses in Diversified Techniques, Dermatology, Gastrointestinal/Genitourinary and Special Populations (geriatrics,...
Jerrilyn Cambron received her DC degree from National University of Health Sciences (then National College of Chiropractic) in 1991, and received her MPH and PhD degrees from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1999 and 2005. She then completed a certification program in massage therapy at NUHS in 2006.