NUHS is partnering with Elmhurst College for an Advanced Scholar Program giving qualified students an edge in completing both a bachelor's and doctor of chiropractic degree.
National University of Health Sciences is celebrating its 110th year anniversary and bringing Homecoming event back to its historic Illinois campus in Lombard. The event will be held from June 16th through June 18th.
The NUHS Botanical Garden, a project of the Naturopathic Medical Student Association started in 2010, now boasts over 60 different botanicals.
FOCUS held a talent show Friday, July 15 that featured a martial arts demonstration, a lighted hula-hoop performance, several vocal and instrumental acts and more.
The Research Department is sponsoring a talk by Dr. Dean Smith (DC ‘97) on “Changes in postural control and dual task performance following an ultramarathon” on Thursday, July 7th, at noon in room D139.
A recent free lunch and learn session for students featured guest speaker Dr. Robert Melillo, who will be teaching a CE series at NUHS on treating children with neurological and behavioral disorders.
Nate McKee, the first DC student to go through hospital clerkship at Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, shares his experience.
National University’s clinic in Pinellas Park received ten health and wellness framed prints from Dr. Jeffrey Langmaid of The Evidence Based Chiropractor.
Kaley Burns, an ND student at NUHS, is a regular writer for The Medical Student Press Blog, an online resource for an audience of primarily MD and DO students.
National University welcomed graduates, students, faculty and staff to its 2016 Homecoming where they celebrated the 110th anniversary of the university's founding in 1906.
National University is offering a 150 credit CE program in Electrodiagnostics, featuring instructor Dr. Robert Humphreys. Register now for the 10-module series, beginning July 9.
Recent chiropractic graduate, Dr. Stephen Shinault (DC’15) just started in an associate position 600 miles east of Madagascar on the island of Mauritius. He's started a blog about his experience.
Case report in current issue of Journal of Chiropractic Medicine highlights importance of proper diagnosing, management and inter-referral for compartment syndrome.
NUHS' Dr. Jerrilyn Cambron co-authored an important new series of papers on massage therapy and pain management recently published in the journal Pain Medicine.
Professor Zhanxiang Wang has been named Assistant Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM). Dr. Wang has taught and served as a clinician at NUHS since 2014.