Chiropractic care is non-invasive care, based on solid scientific approaches to a wide variety of ailments.
Doctors of Chiropractic complete four years of intensive study at accredited chiropractic college. During
those four years they spend more than an 1,000 hours a year in the classroom and laboratory, for a total
educational experience of about 4,000 hours instruction in the structure, functions, and diseases of the
human body, including anatomy, human dissection, biochemistry, and physiology, radiology, and various
About 600 of these hours are spent learning about the various spinal adjustment techniques. It is this
spinal adjustment that makes the chiropractor unique in the medical field. Medical doctors generally do
not receive any training whatsoever in spinal manipulation.
The chiropractic profession is driven by a fundamental belief and trust in natural and conservative
methods of health care. Doctors of chiropractic believe that the human body can cure itself in most
instances of disorder, thus obviating the need for surgery or drugs. A Doctor of Chiropractic is one who
is involved in a total wellness approach to patient healthcare. Doctors of Chiropractic treat patients
who have constant headaches, unremitting joint, neck, low back pain, sciatica, osteoarthritis, carpal
tunnel syndrome, sprains, strains, and tendonitis, allergies, digestive disorders, asthma, and many other