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NUHS Florida student to be fifth generation chiropractic physician

Carter West, a new chiropractic student at National University’s Florida-site, will be the fifth generation of his family to enter the field of chiropractic medicine. His family has had successful careers in chiropractic medicine since his great-great-grandfather graduated from National in 1916. Each generation has practiced in Idaho ever since. 

Dr. Gantzer discusses the importance of magnesium in CMA Today

NUHS Faculty Jennifer Gantzer, DC, MS, DACBN, FACN, was recently featured in “Magnesium’s Magnitude: The Crucial Mineral You Shouldn’t Count Out,” an article in CMA Today, a bimonthly magazine published by the American Association of Medical Assistants.

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NUHS celebrates Fall 2022 graduates in commencement ceremony

NUHS honored over 50 graduates for their years of hard work and accomplishments during a commencement ceremony held today, December 16. The graduates took home diplomas in chiropractic medicine, naturopathic medicine, biomedical science, acupuncture, oriental medicine and advanced clinical practice. 

NUHS Botanical Garden Expands

The garden that began in 2010 with 20 plants currently boasts 38 varieties of botanicals, with the cultivation of more planned. It was originally a project of NUHS’ Naturopathic Medical Student Association (NMSA) students under the direction of Lorinda Sorensen, ND,...

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NUHS Florida student to be fifth generation chiropractic physician

Carter West, a new chiropractic student at National University’s Florida-site, will be the fifth generation of his family to enter the field of chiropractic medicine. His family has had successful careers in chiropractic medicine since his great-great-grandfather graduated from National in 1916. Each generation has practiced in Idaho ever since. 

New NUHS Research Study Offers Lower Back Pain Sufferers Relief, Hope

The National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) Department of Research recently published, “Vibration and Acoustic Crepitus Sensing Using Piezoelectric Accelerometers,” in the November edition of the Journal of Engineering and Science in Medical Diagnostics and...

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Dr. Gantzer discusses the importance of magnesium in CMA Today

NUHS Faculty Jennifer Gantzer, DC, MS, DACBN, FACN, was recently featured in “Magnesium’s Magnitude: The Crucial Mineral You Shouldn’t Count Out,” an article in CMA Today, a bimonthly magazine published by the American Association of Medical Assistants.

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