Learn more about Northeast College of Health Sciences' healthcare courses and programs in chiropractic, nutrition, and human anatomy and physiology instruction. Meet Northeast's alumni and hear about their successful careers. Get information on how to successfully apply to graduate school and start earning your master's and/or doctoral degree.
What it takes to become an anatomy and physiology instructor
Learn about Northeast’s unique degree program that equips healthcare professionals, as well as college and high school educators, to succeed in teaching anatomy and physiology online, blended, and traditional environments.
Chiropractic specialties are expanding, along with demand
Several faculty members at Northeast College speak to the growth of new chiropractic specialties and the potential for chiropractors to be key collaborators in the future of integrative healthcare.
A global view of chiropractic: growing need and opportunity
Dr. William Lauretti, a professor at Northeast College of Health Sciences, discusses the global state of the chiropractic profession, and what international students can gain by studying in the U.S.
What nutritionists need to know about nutrigenomics
Dr. Peter Nickless, dean of the School of Health Sciences and Education at Northeast College of Health Sciences, answers questions about the meaning, current practice and future promise of nutrigenomics, and the potential to use the genome to personalize nutrition.
Why whole-food nutrition matters to every healthcare practice
Dr. Peter Nickless of Northeast College of Health Sciences describes why so many different types of medical professionals are seeking higher education in nutrition, and how it will dramatically impact both patient outcomes and practice success in the future. Third in a series.
Why whole-food nutrition is key to future healthcare
Discover how whole-food nutrition factors in to the future of healthcare, and why nutritionists will be key collaborators in effectively integrating care. Second in a series of expert interviews featuring Dr. Peter Nickless of Northeast College of Health Sciences.