Chiropractors, also known as doctors of chiropractic, use non-medicinal treatments and manual manipulations to correct muscular or skeletal disorders and injuries, particularly in regards to the spine. This field is highly regulated and has strict educational and licensing requirements.

A chiropractor is a healthcare professional who can diagnose and treat disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Chiropractors use non-invasive, non-surgical and drug-free procedures, such as joint realignment and adjustment, to treat these problems. Injury prevention is also an important part of chiropractors’ scope of treatment, and they may advise patients on diet, exercise, rest and stress management.

Becoming a chiropractor entails a specific process but can lead to a variety of career choices; some chiropractors even work with animals, such as horses.

Education and Licensure Information

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