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Dr. Theodore Johnson, Jr.

Dr. Theodore Johnson, Jr., DC, MS, is the dean of clinics at National University of Health Sciences, who oversees the operations of all NUHS Whole Health Centers, located in Illinois and Florida. Dr. Johnson attended Jackson State University in Mississippi prior to earning his doctor of chiropractic degree from NUHS. He returned to Mississippi to practice before returning to the University as a clinician and instructor in 1990. In 1995, Dr. Johnson acquired the Diplomate of the American Board of Chiropractic Internists (DABCI). Additionally, he has extensive postgraduate training in acupuncture, botanical medicine and clinical nutrition.

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Naturopathic Medicine, Integrative Medicine Trends

How the Opioid Epidemic Could Change the Future of Health Care

The opioid epidemic, officially announced in 2016, has commanded much attention. Now considered a “national emergency,” efforts to address the issue are already underway. As various government institutions, health care facilities, and nonprofit organizations prepare action plans, one trend is clear: physicians will certainly attempt to prescribe less opioids than in previous years. But for the nearly 50 million Americans who experience chronic pain, how will physicians now approach their pain treatment? 

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017