NWHSU featured on MPR News: taking former Argosy students

Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington says it is taking in hundreds of students left behind when Argosy University in Eagan suddenly closed.

NWHSU to accept students from closed school

Northwestern Health Sciences University steps forward to help 200 affected by Argosy shuttering.

Be Well: Massaging Your Mind

Minneapolis.St.Paul Magazine explores how touch therapy can treat mental illness. NWHSU specialist sees promising results in the reduction of anxiety, depression, and more.

Chiropractic Economics NWHSU feature: Chiropractic, Massage Get Closer

The oft-coupled disciplines are in some instances coming under one educational roof.

Chiropractic Economics Magazine NWHSU feature: Chiropractic, Massage Get Closer

The oft-coupled disciplines are in some instances coming under one educational roof.

WHO Focus on Low Back Pain Demonstrates Unprecedented Opportunities For Chiropractors

The World Health Organization has published a paper in its Bulletin that warns of the risks of over-medicalizing the management of low back pain, instead advocating care that chiropractors are highly qualified to provide.

Simple Exercise Key to Improving Back Pain in Older Adults

Low back pain is one of the leading causes of musculoskeletal related disability for older adults, impacting their ability to age in place and remain active in their communities.

NWHSU appoints IT vice president

Miller brings business, consulting experience to leadership role at NWHSU.

President Bushway formally installed at NWHSU

Dr. Bushway charts future for NWHSU as a leader in modern, integrative care.

NWHSU’s own subject matter expert Michele Renee contributes to seminal massage therapy textbook

Massage Therapy: Principles and Practice sixth edition includes chapters from our very own subject matter expert Michele Renee, Director of Integrative Care and Massage Therapy Programs. She offers a fresh and comprehensive look at two important topics for the profession:… Read More ›