Dr. Jeffrey Advocates for H.R. 4803 in Acupuncture Today
Greta Hysjulien Jeffrey, DAc, LAc '13 wrote about the future of acupuncture and the Acupuncture for our Seniors Bill (H.R. 4803) in the October issue of Acupuncture Today. This is the fourth article in a series on H.R. 4803. Last... Read More ›
2022 White Coat Ceremony: Smiles, Laughs, and Maybe a Tear or Two
It was a beautiful day for the Fall 2022 T6 white coat ceremony on Saturday, September 24. Friends, family and faculty gathered to witness and celebrate our transition into clinical education. There were smiles, a lot of laughs and I’m... Read More ›
Sawyer talks non-pharmacologic solutions for pain and Medicare on the Empowered Patient Podcast
Chuck Sawyer, DC went on the Empowered Patient Podcast to discuss pain management strategies amidst the opioid epidemic and to give insight on some of the history of the chiropractic profession and NWHSU today. Topics include the overuse of narcotics... Read More ›
PBPH Success Stories: Congratulations to Medical School Class of 2026!
The Post Baccalaureate Premedical Program at Northwestern Health Sciences University helps students prepare for their next step in healthcare: medical school, dental school, PA school, and more.   This fall, 39 PBPH alums are starting their next chapters. They came to... Read More ›
PBPH Success Stories: Congratulations to Dental, PA, PT, and other Fall Starts!
The Post Baccalaureate Premedical Program at Northwestern Health Sciences University helps students prepare for their next step in healthcare: medical school, dental school, PA school, and more.   This fall, 39 PBPH alums are starting their next chapters. They came to... Read More ›
Renee Shares Migraine Relief Tips with Natural Awakenings
Michele Renee, director of Integrative Care, shared her migraine relief tips with Natural Awakenings this month.
“Food Directly Impacts Our Gut Health:” Meyer-Jax talks to Healthline
Christina Meyer-Jax, RDN, our Functional and Integrative Nutrition Program Chair, talked to Healthline about foods that do (and don't) support our gut biome.
Meyer-Jax Weighs in on the Importance of Breakfast for Kids

Renee Shares 7 Domains Clinicians Need for Integrative Care with HealthLeaders
Integrative care provides patient-centric care and includes interprofessional collaboration and interdependent considerations such as genetics, social determinants of health, and community support and resources. Michele Renee explains the 7 domains of knowledge, skills, and behaviors that clinicians need to provide... Read More ›
Klein Shares Insights on ‘The Crackin’ Backs’
Dr. Andrew Klein, NWHSU’s Foot Levelers Chair in Biomechanics and Human Performance, was recently featured on the chiropractic wellness podcast The Crackin’ Backs hosted by... Read More ›