Get to know Dr. Timothy Ray, director of the sports medicine program at UWS, who most recently served as the chief of sports medicine at the 5th CSIT World Sport Games.
At this International Olympic Committee-sanctioned event, Dr. Ray worked with more than 3,000 athletes from 36 countries competing in 45 different sports throughout the city of Riga, Latvia. #UWSLife ... See MoreSee Less
To perspective and current students: I have always been a chiropractor. I started studying straight out of high school, and was practicing by the age of twenty-two. In the course of my years of practi...
Dr. Deanna Minich, UWS human nutrition and functional medicine instructor, discusses the principles of whole-body detoxing.
“Patients’ diets were inextricably tied to their lifestyles, their thoughts, and their emotions—so I realized I needed to examine patients’ eating habits alongside their behavioral patterns; I needed to examine their lifestyle as a whole to help them heal.” ... See MoreSee Less
In fall 2017, UWS opened a dedicated lactation room for nursing students and staff. We are still accepting donations to make this project the best it can be and would love to have your support. www.uws.edu/donate #UWSLife #UWSGives
"Congratulations to UWS for the initiative of a lactation room. Everything we do to support moms in school, supports the profession and shows society at large that women are valued and equally able to serve professionally as we strive to be the best moms we can be. It’s an honor to be supporting the next wave of female chiropractors.” - Angela Macdonald, DC (UWS 1997) ... See MoreSee Less
In fall 2017, UWS opened a dedicated lactation room for nursing students and staff. The space is tastefully furnished with a refrigerator, sink, hygiene necessities, table and a comfortable chair. We ...
Kelli RuleThanks, Dr. Macdonald! We had another donation from UWS's own Dr. Susan Strom, and with that we are able to enter into the decorating phase of the room. Will post some pics when we're all done. :)
Managing social media for your practice can be hard and content might start to appear repetitive, dull or irrelevant, which won't help you attract new patients. Here are some tips to avoid this and fight social media malaise - bit.ly/2oS2ENm... See MoreSee Less
When managing social media for a healthcare practice, it can be hard to keep updates feeling fresh. Content might start to appear repetitive, dull or irrelevant, and that won't help you attract new pa...