A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) adds to the growing research that supports spinal manipulation therapy for alleviating low back pain, a common ailment that affects millions of Americans.
When starting a new career, location plays a big factor. In addition to having a wide range of career opportunities, it’s important to live in a town that can offer much to its residents.
Anya Hughes, a second trimester student in National University’s Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine Program, shared the experiences that led to her career change to chiropractic medicine at the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) convention last week.
Several NUHS students, faculty, alumni and family gathered on Saturday to revitalize the on-campus botanical garden in preparation for the upcoming summer season.
State chiropractic associations from across the Midwest visited National University Thursday, February 16, for a panel with students.
Dr. Francine Burke, DC, DNBHE, an NUHS faculty member and a local chiropractic and homeopathic physician, spoke with students Jan. 27 about treating autism with homeopathy.
Diagnostic Imaging (DI) residents and radiologists at the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard recently had the opportunity to use the newest in ultrasound technology from Konica Minolta.
Hydrotherapy utilizes the therapeutic benefits of water at various temperatures and is meant to soothe, regulate or stimulate various systems in the body.
Visitors at the NUHS clinic in Pinellas Park, Florida, will now be able to enjoy a rotating exhibit featuring local artists.
While assisting at the NUHS clinics as a family practice resident, Amanda Bose, DC, ND, puts both her skillsets in naturopathic and chiropractic medicine into practice.
While a student, Matthew Budavich, DC, (NUHS ’16) was surprised by his interest in research, which actually came about by accident after he took a job as a research assistant.
Stephanie Boehm, DC, CVSMT, (NUHS 14) was recently featured in a Chicago Tribune article highlighting her experience using chiropractic care with dogs, horses, cats, and other animals.
NUHS faculty member Jerrilyn Cambron, DC, MPH, PhD, LMT, received the Distinguished Service Award last month from the Illinois Chapter of the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA).
National University faculty and students gathered with other experts from around the world in Washington DC, March 15-18 for the DC2017 conference.
Dr. Arick will oversee the various academic elements of the chiropractic medicine program along with interactive learning between the Florida and Illinois sites.