Dr. Craig Cusson, D.C.
Dr. Craig Cusson was born in New Bedford Massachusetts and transitioned to Sarasota, Florida at a young age. After pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Science from the University of South Florida, Dr. Cusson quickly developed a passion for helping people and understanding the true meaning of health and wellness. He attended National University of Health Sciences where he obtained his Doctorate as a Chiropractic Physician.
He prides himself on educating others through health, wellness and lifestyle changes. He has obtained many other health certifications along the way, including an additional degree in sports medicine and board certification in Acupuncture. Dr. Cusson enjoys spending time with family and friends and has an unmatched excitement for football, basketball, golf and traveling.
Dr. Daniel Strauss, D.C.
Dr. Daniel Strauss, dean of the College of Professional Studies – Florida, has been with the National University of Health Sciences since 2011. He has taught several courses at NUHS including evaluation and management of the cervical and thoracic spine, business, and several elective courses.
Dr. Strauss earned his doctor of chiropractic degree from New York Chiropractic College in 2001. After graduation, he was in private practice in New York and Florida from 2002 – 2010.
Dr. Strauss has worked in various colleges including New York Chiropractic, Keiser, and St. Petersburg Colleges. He has taught anatomy & physiology to students in a variety of healthcare disciplines including nursing, EMT, paramedic, surgical technician, pharmacy technician programs.
In addition, Dr. Strauss is a registered respiratory therapist and EMT. Prior to becoming a chiropractic physician, Dr. Strauss had worked in several hospitals in the upstate New York area as an EMT, respiratory therapist, and supervisor of a respiratory care department at Rochester General Hospital.
Dr. Strauss’s research interests include pulmonary rehabilitation and manual manipulation with pregnancy. He has a strong passion for education and interprofessional communication.
Dr. Joshua Richardson, D.C.
Dr. Joshua Richardson earned his chiropractic degree from National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) in April of 2021 graduating as valedictorian. Heavily involved in school activities, he participated as student ambassador for the PCCS and NCMIC Starting into Practice Program. Throughout his time in school he always challenged himself and continues to do that as he starts his career.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry at the University of South Florida, he decided to pursue holistic medicine to have an impact on the community around him. He has many interests including education, radiology, and photography. Joshua is a Florida native, originally from Miami, who looks to build a practice focused on the health, wellness, and education of the community.
Joshua finds it integral to work with other healthcare professionals. One example of this is his work as a tutor for SPC’s New Initiative Program. This is where he assists in preparing future nursing students for their careers. He possesses many skills with proficiency in using many modalities, soft tissue mobilization, and an extensive background in anatomy and physiology. Using that knowledge he looks at every patient differently and finds the best treatment that suits them. He also is an active member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) striving to progress the chiropractic profession.
His hobbies include tennis, guitar, and photography.
Elizabeth “Jordan” Whidden, LMT
Elizabeth “Jordan” Whidden has been a massage therapist since 2021 after receiving her license from Loraine’s Academy in Seminole, FL. She specializes in deep pressure and cupping techniques. Coming from a family of nurses, she felt her passion for helping people was well suited for massage therapy and being a helping hand. She is available for appointments every other Monday morning, Wednesday afternoons, and Thursday mornings.
Lynne Bacon, LMT
Lynne is a 1996 graduate of Humanities Center, Pinellas Park Florida. She is trained in Neuromuscular, Myofascial Release, Trigger Point, Relaxation and Swedish Massage techniques. Lynne attends continuing education classes every two years to keep current and diversified in her techniques. She encourages communication with her patients in order to customize their massage therapy treatments and to maximize the relief of their symptoms. Lynne is available for appointments on Monday, Tuesdays, Thursdays and some Saturdays.
Sandra Ocampos, LMT
Sandy has been a massage therapist since 2018. She graduated from Sunstate Academy in Clearwater, FL. Her specialties include; cupping, cranial sacral, deep tissue, and light stretching. Sandy originally enrolled in Sunstate academy for the Esthetician program. She ended up picking a dual enrollment that included massage therapy and had no idea she would soon find a new passion. She always knew she wanted to help people feel better and the moment she entered the classroom, she felt at home.