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ORLANDO, FL, UNITED STATES, February 14, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Niel Asher Education, a leading provider of online post graduation and CE courses is proud to announce that its Youtube channel has surpassed 100K subscribers.

"We are honored to reach this milestone and are grateful to our community of subscribers for their support," said Beth Clarkson on behalf of Niel Asher Education. "Our mission is to help healthcare and fitness professionals increase their skills and knowledge reach their full potential, and this achievement is a testament to the impact we are having on our students."

Barely 0.07% of Youtube channels have reached 100K subscribers. This is a significant achievement for Niel Asher Education and reflects the growing demand for high quality and trusted online education. The company's commitment to providing comprehensive and accessible peer to peer learning has resonated with students around the world, resulting in the impressive growth of its YouTube channel.

"We are constantly striving to improve the student experience and make our teaching as accessible and engaging as possible," said Bet Clarkson. "This award is a great encouragement to keep doing what we're doing, and we look forward to continuing to help our students achieve their post grad and CE learning goals."

Niel Asher Education's YouTube channel features a wide range of videos, including over 30 modalities, as well as tips and advice for the treatment of almost all common musculoskeletal conditions. The channel has received positive feedback from students worldwide, who appreciate the clear and engaging style of the NAT Global Campus teaching faculty.

For more information about Niel Asher Education, please visit the company's website at www.nielasher.com.

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