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Chiropractic Students Clinical Practice
Policy and Research News, Thought Leadership
WHO Recommends Spinal Manipulation, Massage, and Acupuncture for Chronic Low Back Pain

The World Health Organization (WHO) released a guideline for non-surgical management of chronic primary low back pain (CPLBP). The guideline provides recommendations for non-surgical interventions for CPBLP in adults and older people. The goal is to improve patient health and… Read More ›

Chiropractic, Thought Leadership
NWHSU Faculty and Alumni Shine at Homecoming 2024

NWHSU’s Chiropractic Homecoming 2024 is here! This year, the symposium features topics such as women’s health, neuroimaging, pediatrics, headaches and more. Presenters are here from around the country–and the world! Many NWHSU faculty and alumni are presenting as well, and… Read More ›

Integrative Care
How Work Burnout Can Ignite a Career Change to Health

Feeling work-related stress is common. However, when stress compounds over a long period, individuals may classify it as work burnout. Chronic stress is not the same as the normal or healthy stress you may feel daily. Daily stress can help… Read More ›

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Thought Leadership
Recipes for Cold and Flu Season

January in Minnesota brings icy temperatures and means cold and flu season is in full swing. Reduced snowfall this year in the metro area can correlate with less moisture in general that can cause nose and throat irritation. Chinese medicine-based… Read More ›

Medical School Application Guide

10 Ways to Make Your Medical School Application Stand Out Are you among the thousands of students planning on applying to medical school? It’s highly competitive, so finding a way to stand out is critical. Enter NWHSU’s Medical School Application… Read More ›

Alumni News, Chiropractic, Functional Nutrition
Add Functional Nutrition to your Chiropractic Practice

Most people initially call Dr. Myles Brooks for his chiropractic services. However, he is passionate about multidisciplinary treatments that incorporate nutrition. “That’s what I’ve found gets you the best outcomes,” says Dr. Brooks, a Northwestern Health Sciences University alum with… Read More ›

Faculty News, Policy and Research News, Thought Leadership
Dr. Ratte Comments on New Intermittent Fasting Study

You’ve likely noticed that Intermittent fasting has gained popularity in the past decade among Americans. People try it for several reasons, including weight loss, blood sugar regulation or bio hacking. In October, a new study was published in JAMA Open… Read More ›

How Can I Get a Job in Sports Chiropractic?

 Four Ways to Jumpstart Your Sports Chiropractic Job Sports chiropractic is a specialized field that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of injuries in athletes of all levels. The best sports chiropractors work with athletes to improve their performance… Read More ›

Health Coaching, Thought Leadership
How Health Coaches Can Make New Year’s Resolutions a Reality

The new year is here! The new year presents as an opportunity for many people to set new goals and commit to forming better habits. Have you considered that health coaches could help with your new year’s resolutions? The most… Read More ›

Thought Leadership
Holiday Stress Management Tips from a Licensed Clinical Psychologist

The holiday season is here! This time of year is busy for many of us, often accompanied by increased stress and anxiety surrounding social gatherings, finances, work and familial obligations. We sought out holiday stress management tips to help us… Read More ›