Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Chiropractic, Clinic News, Massage Therapy, Thought Leadership, University News
NWHSU Announces New Community Clinic Partnerships

NWHSU has a large clinic system dedicated to patient care. In addition to on-campus clinics, we have community clinics throughout the metro. Students provide free care to a diverse patient population under clinical faculty supervision. We added two new community… Read More ›

Chiropractic, Policy and Research News, Thought Leadership
Maiers Presents at 2024 International Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health

The 2024 international Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health (ICIMH) took place in Cleveland, OH this April. The congress consists of a member meeting and international congress that bring together leading figures in various healthcare fields to display recent scientific… Read More ›

Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Chiropractic, Policy and Research News, Thought Leadership, University News
NWHSU Students Attend “Day at the Capitol”

Both the Minnesota Chiropractic and Acupuncture Associations (MCA and MAA) hosted a “Day at the Capitol” in 2024. NWHSU students and alumni attended and practiced lobbying for their professions. Students and doctors meet with senators and representatives based on their… Read More ›

Chiropractic, Thought Leadership
NWHSU at ACCRAC 2024

The annual Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Agenda Conference (ACCRAC 2024) is being held in San Diego, California this year. The gathering celebrates 30 years of blending education and research. It offers a forum to explore how chiropractic education and… Read More ›

Chiropractic, Inside Chiro School, Thought Leadership
ACA Engage 2024: Senator Amy Klobuchar Signs on to S.799

Students from NWHSU Student American Chiropractic Association (SACA) chapter traveled to Washington D.C. for the 2024 American Chiropractic Association (ACA) Engage Conference. At Engage, students from across the country are matched with doctors and lobby on the hill to gain… Read More ›

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 ›

Functional Nutrition, Thought Leadership
Dr. Sasha Hope Publishes New Book

Congratulations to the Standard Process Functional and Integrative Nutrition Chair, Dr. Sasha Hope! She recently published her new book, Supporting Anxiety and Vagus Nerve Dysfunction through Nutrition and Lifestyle, just before the new year.  About Dr. Hope   Dr. Hope is… Read More ›

Chiropractic, Thought Leadership, University News
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 ›

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 ›

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 ›