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NWHSU at ACC-RAC
NWHSU was well represented at the 28th annual Association of Chiropractic Colleges Educational Conference and Research Agenda Conference in San Diego this July: as presenters, an award winner, and attendees. ACC-RAC brings together faculty, administrators, policy makers, and practitioners to... Read More ›
NWHSU at the World Games
This July, 54 chiropractic physicians (D.C.s) from eight countries around the world came together to represent the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS) at the World Games in Birmingham, Alabama. Five of the 54 D.C.s were NWHSU community members: alumni... Read More ›
Be Well: Wear and Tear or an Actual Trauma? A Runner’s Cheat Sheet to Pain
Tis the season for tracing the outdoor trails and with that comes the occasional snap, crackle, pop. A Twin Cities fitness expert decodes the body’s hidden pain messages, from hip to toe and everywhere in between, along with recovery takeaways... Read More ›
Maiers Pens Op-Ed in the Hill: Close Medicare Gaps in Access to Non-Drug Pain Management
Congress must close Medicare gaps in access to non-drug pain management Michele Maiers for The Hill As our population ages and the opioid crisis continues to ravage our communities, increasing access to high-value, non-pharmacologic options for managing pain and chronic disease must... Read More ›
Be Well: Preparing for Perimenopause: A How-To
Making lifestyle changes in your 30s and 40s can have an ROI on your mind, body, and spirit during one of the most important transitions of your life.   by By Mpls.St.Paul Magazine  We all have a general sense that... Read More ›
Forte Provides Invited Commentary and Perspective in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery
NWHSU research faculty Mary Forte, PhD, DC was invited by the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery to provide a Commentary and Perspective for orthopedic surgeon readers on the manuscript she peer-reviewed that was published in July... Read More ›
Maiers, Forte Publish New Research on the Role of Psychological Factors in Back Pain
New research from NWHSU faculty Michele Maiers, DC, MPH, PhD and Mary Forte, PhD, DC illustrates the importance of psychosocial factors when managing older adults with spinal complaints. The study was published in the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics.... Read More ›
A Hands-on Approach to Stop the TMJ Pop
Need a tune-up for all that jaw pain? (Join the club!) A Twin Cities chiropractor shares how adjustments can loosen tight muscles and target the joint to keep all that uncomfortable clicking in check—along with some take-home tips. By Mpls.St.Paul... Read More ›
NWHSU Health Coaching Curriculum Approved by the NBHWC
Northwestern Health Sciences University is proud to share that our Integrative Health and Wellbeing Coaching Curriculum is now an approved Health and Wellness Coach Training Education Program by the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC).   This health coaching... Read More ›
11 Top Watermelon Health Benefits That Nutritionists Say Are Backed by Promising Research
Here are all the ways this water-packed summer staple can revolutionize your dietary health. By Good Housekeeping Magazine Nothing tastes like summer more than a crisp, juicy, refreshing slice of watermelon. It’s a staple of backyard barbecues and well-stocked at... Read More ›