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What to Know Before Pursuing Naprapathic Education

Naprapathy is a very helpful health profession that can be the saving grace for individuals who are suffering from problems with their soft connective tissues, joints, and spine. To become a doctor of naprapathic medicine is to provide aid to those suffering from chronic pain and limited movement. If you’re interested in pursuing naprapathy, there …

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What to Know About Pain Treatments That Aren’t Invasive

In the United States, the health and nutrition market is massive. Obesity, rising environmental toxicity, and increased access to alternative health information have prompted many people to recognize the importance of being more proactive about their own health. Many of them are looking for non-invasive, natural remedies.  The “pop a pill” approach to pain management …

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SUNM Admissions Webinar

Join us on Saturday, March 5th at 10am MT to learn about SUNM’s Doctor of Naprapathy program! We will be hearing from SUNM founder and president, Dr. Patrick Nuzzo, along with esteemed SUNM graduate and Doctor of Naprapathy, Dr. Beau Hightower.

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Dr. Denise Gabaldon-Thronas

Growing up in the Oh-kay Owingeh Pueblo in New Mexico, Dr.Denise Gabaldon- Thronas saw family members and friends struggling with a range of ailments from diabetes to cancer, and was determined to choose a career that would allow her to help them.

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Illinois Delegation Visit

Last December, SUNM’s Founders and President, Dr. Nuzzo and Dr. LaVista, along with SUNM Advisory Board members and SUNM graduate Naprapaths, hosted elected leaders from the Illinois General Assembly, the state’s legislative body.

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SF Naprapathic College Accredited

Students seeking to enter the naprapathy field just got a leg up as the Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine in Santa Fe received national accreditation under the Distance Education Accrediting Commission in June.