National Health Sciences is a private university located in Lombard, Illinois in the Chicago Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 57 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. National Health Sciences alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,000.
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I attended National college for their DC program. The school is excellent and you get a great education. Both basic and clinical sciences are first rate. Due to their very medical approach they are not as good as Palmer for chiropractic technique. They are better for diagnosis than Palmer. One downside is that Lombard is more expensive compared to Davenport. So basically if you want natural medicine go to National. If you want to be a chiropractor go to Palmer. All in all if you attend National you won't regret the experience and you will be very well educated. As far as making an income, all I can tell you is that all of my friends that attended National did great.
The University claims to be integrated but it is not. It is really a multi-specialty college and clinic cloaked in its old chiropractic school identity.
You really have to be dedicated to your goals and understand how and why the curriculum is delivered in the ways it is.