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The Education of a Chiropractor

Brad Farra - Friday, October 23, 2009

Someone asked me today about what it takes to become a chiropractor.

After undergraduate college education to complete pre-med/Chiropractic requirements, Chiropractic College is an additional 4 years of rigorous training with particular focus on the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. Chiropractors receive virtually the same thorough education as all doctors. It is concentrated on three areas of learning: basic biological and health sciences (anatomy, physiology, histology, biochemistry, clinical and radiological diagnosis, etc.), clinical science and specialized training in the chiropractic discipline, followed by extensive clinical training and experience.

For more specific information go to: www.chiropracticresearch.org/NEWSchiroeduaction.htm

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