News & Events
SUNM to Graduate Fourth Class of Naprapathic Physicians
Congratulations to our graduating class of 2018! We are very proud of our new Doctors of Naprapathy and are VERY excited to see them go out into the world and change people’s lives. This cohort just completed their dissertations, licensing exams and clinical practical exams and are now ready to begin applying for their state license! Join us on February 23rd to congratulate these fine ladies and gentlemen on their massive accomplishment.
Dr. Nuzzo and New Mexican Congresswomen Michelle Lujan Grisham! Ms. Grisham has always been a huge supporter of Naprapathic Medicine. With her help, Naprapathy will continue to grow and help thousands of people get out of pain without the use of harmful drugs #VoteGrishamForGovernor
Hello fellow therapists! Our dear friend and fellow Naprapath Amy Colo is teaching a great workshop on the art of Arvigo Therapy, an abdominal massage therapy based on Mayan health principles. Massage therapists receive 18 CEUs for this workshop and acupuncturists get 17.5 credits. Students also successfully submit these hours for nursing, midwifery, PA, chiropractic and naturopathic CEs. If you have more questions about CEs, it would be best to communicate with the Arvigo office
Clinical professor Dr .Beau Hightower shows the second year students how to manually treat brachial plexopathy in Applied Biomechanics.
Thank you to everyone that joined us Wednesday for our 2018 stress relief day at the state capitol. It was a huge success! Also this Saturday, February 17, 2018, at the Santa Fe Women’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, six new doctors of Naprapathic Manual Medicine will join two previous classes in qualifying to practice the healing art of Naprapathy, a medical discipline that is increasingly being used to treat musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction without
“This past weekend Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine graduated it’s third class of Naprapathic Doctors…”
This past weekend Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine graduated it’s third class of Naprapathic doctors. The university was privileged to bestow an honorary doctorate of Naprapathic Medicine to the President Pro Tempore of the New Mexico Senate, Mary Kay Papen. The state of New Mexico will now have ten more wonderful healing hands to fight against musculoskeletal disorders. We couldn’t have done this without the help of our dedicated faculty and staff!