X - Close

Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have made the decision to mitigate potential risks to our campus community. Click here for all the latest information.

Be Well: Fixing Your Work From Home Slump
Ready to ditch the lower back pain and neck soreness? A Twin Cities chiropractor weighs in on posture health, home set-ups, and simple stretches for relief. “Sitting actually puts more load and more weight on the discs than standing and walking.”
Healey Joins Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine Board
Dale Healey, DC, PhD, and dean of the College of Health and Wellness, has joined the   Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM) board, as part of their merger with the Academic Collaborative of Integrative Health (ACIH). Dr. Healey... Read More ›
Whitney Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund Aims to Increase Diversity in Integrative Healthcare
Northwestern Health Sciences University is honored to announce the Whitney Family Foundation Scholarship. This named endowment was created to help NWHSU recruit and retain qualified students from diverse backgrounds, with a preference for Native American applicants.  Generously, in addition to... Read More ›
Building Community for Veterans at NWHSU
Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) is a Military Friendly® school with a long history of welcoming veteran students. One of those students is future-chiropractor and current Army Engineer Alex Grubish, who became president of the Veteran’s Club during COVID-19.   Before... Read More ›
Be Well: Breaking Through the Glass Slipper
From Mpls.St.Paul Magazine's Be Well The 75-year-old woman arrived at Dr. Stacy Boone-Vikingson’s chiropractic office, feeling extremely down. She had unrelenting pain and was dejected because she could no longer dance. The woman, a former professional dancer who continued doing... Read More ›
NWHSU Condemns Bigotry Toward Asian-Americans
President Deb Bushway shared the following in an email to the NWHSU community. In the past year, anti-Asian hate crimes have continued to escalate.  As an educational institution, we denounce these crimes and stand in solidarity with Asian, Asian-American, and... Read More ›
MedCity News: Chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists are decreasing frontline worker burnout
Chiropractors, massage therapists, and acupuncturists are decreasing frontline worker burnout By Michele Maiers at MedCity News Healthcare workers have experienced unimaginable trauma in the last year. Until recently, frontline healthcare worker’s mental health has been an afterthought. According to a... Read More ›
Be Well: Want to Know How Healthy You Are? Just Ask Your Tongue.
Crimson red and cracked? Pale with scalloped edges? The color, shape, and coating of this critical organ can speak volumes about your wellbeing.
Foundation for Chiropractic Progress to Air Historic Commercial During 2021 Olympics
Northwestern Health Sciences University (NWHSU) and Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) are proud to launch the Beyond the Pain campaign, including a historic, thirty-second chiropractic commercial, which will run five times on NBC Networks during the Summer Olympic Games and... Read More ›
Maiers and Sawyer Contribute to Integrative Practitioner’s Diversity and Inclusion Resources
Committing to diversity and inclusion in integrative care By Katherine Rushlau for Integrative Practitioner Racism and discrimination exist prominently in healthcare. Racial disparities in medicine are not only the result of individual actions, but of deeply engrained structural racism and... Read More ›