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Successful futures start with a solid foundation. That's why your best choice for health care degrees in integrative medicine is National University. Whether you are just finishing high school, college, or are a working adult returning to school, National has a program for you!
We prepare you to become a first-contact, primary care physician fully qualified to diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of conditions.
We offer a comprehensive classical curriculum in traditional naturopathic medicine while preparing you to become first-contact, primary care doctor.
Our acupuncture degree will allow you to take national board exams and achieve certification in most states to practice as a licensed acupuncturist.
A traditional apprentice-style learning environment immerses our students in the five branches of oriental medicine.
Our bachelor’s completion program in biomedical science exposes you to graduate level faculty at an affordable price.
You’ll receive a solid grounding in anatomy and physiology, a study of massage therapy and history, and extensive training in clinical massage.
Offered exclusively online, this advanced degree for first-professional health providers provides an in-depth immersion into integrative medicine with outstanding faculty active in the profession.
Like the athletes who train for years to make it to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the process to become a member of their elite medical staff can be just as selective and competitive. NUHS Florida faculty Carlo Guadagno, DC, CCSP ®, ICSC, FICC, who has participated on the medical staff of numerous Olympic qualifying events, including the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, understands what it takes to work alongside the world’s top athletes. Most recently, Guadagno alongside Michael Stern, a student in the chiropractic medicine program, served as members of the medical staff for the USA Track and Field Olympic Trials last year in Eugene, Oregon. Guadagno also served as a provider to the USA bobsleigh and skeleton team as they prepared to compete for medals at this year’s Winter Olympics in Beijing during their World Cup Tour stop in Sigulda, Latvia. According to Guadagno, chiropractors play a crucial role in helping athletes achieve that extra edge it takes to win gold. Sometimes all it takes is being a thousandth of a second faster or being able to jump a hundredth of an inch higher. “In addition to several years of experience, you have to be a jack of all trades,” Dr. Guadagno said. “One of the key ingredients that makes chiropractors so desirable to athletes is that we can assist in the field, on the court, on the greens, on the sidelines; the only tools needed may just be our hands.” If working at the Olympic Games is an eventual career goal of yours, Dr. Guadagno shares 5 tips students can practice early on to help them get there.
Between school and winter weather, many parents may be feeling concerned about their children’s health. But parents don’t have to feel helpless. Chiropractic medicine is one of many ways parents can help ensure their child remains in optimal health this school year.
Every winter, the annual task of shoveling results in thousands of injuries. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 110,000 people went to doctors’ offices or clinics for snow-removal injuries in the U.S. in 2016.