Thank You Everyone That Joined Us For the 2018 Stress Relief Day At the State Capitol.

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 drugs or
surgery.

SUNM is also privileged to award an Honorary Doctor of Naprapathic Medicine
degree to State Senator Mary Kay Papen, President Pro Tempore of the New Mexico
Senate,” Dr. Nuzzo said. “Senator Papen is a strong supporter of Naprapathic
Manual Medicine and her support was instrumental in the establishment of
professional licensing for Naprapathic doctors in the State of New Mexico.

Senator Papen has been and continues to be, after 17 very productive years in the
Round House, a powerful legislative voice in support of education and training to
bring New Mexicans the skills and professions the state needs in the 21st century.

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