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Are you interested in becoming a chiropractor?  Many people think that chiropractors only fix back pain, and while that is a treatment they often provide, chiropractors are trained to treat a variety of issues through chiropractic methods.

Chiropractors are "Doctors of Chiropractic" (D.C.), after obtaining a doctorate degree in a chiropractic program, (not an M.D. or D.O. degree as a physician does.)  Although chiropractors don't go to medical school, they attend chiropractic school after a minimum of about two years of undergraduate coursework.  However, many chiropractors do complete a bachelor's degree prior to entering chiropractic school.

Learn more about how to become a chiropractor and what to expect in your career as a chiropractor in the new chiropractor career overview.

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March 18, 2010 at 9:27 pm
(1) Cranston Chiropractor says:

You might consider Southern California University for Health Sciences. The offer a quality chiropractic program.

June 22, 2010 at 9:53 am
(2) Steven says:

This is a very good overview on what it takes to become a chiropractor, thanks.

July 28, 2010 at 5:26 am
(3) Chiropractor Regina says:

How long does chiropractor school generally take to complete? Thanks for the information. I agree that chiropractors do much more than just relieve back pain.

December 2, 2010 at 9:56 pm
(4) Reno Chiropractic says:

It is proven that people with conditions such as gastritis, asthma, allergies, dizziness, chronic fatigue syndrome, dizziness and more can benefit from chiropractic therapy. This is the reason why a lot of active people visit a chiropractor.

Reno Chiropractic
Reno Chiropractor

May 13, 2011 at 4:11 am
(5) Seattle Chiropractor says:

Earning a degree in Chiropractic is somewhat a specialty. And for practical and gauranteed reasons most people would choose to go for professional treatment. Anyway, thanks for the valuable information you have here. Just curious about the tuition fee. Is it expensive or affordable?

July 9, 2011 at 3:49 pm
(6) Longmont Chiropractor says:

Great overview about the training that it takes to become a board certifiied chiropractor and also that we are educated beyond the spine.

Thanks,

Dr. Ann, Longmont Chiropractic

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