Thursday, November 5, 2015

Chiropractics Salaries (part 2 of 2)

In the USA it is imperative to have a chiropractic license to practice; these licenses are valid only in that state from where you have got the license. License is provided to those who have got about two to four years of undergraduate education and one has to do a 4 year college course in chiropractic.

The course helps to get a Doctor of Chiropractic degree; later one needs to attend the state and national exam. Certificate for chiropractic is awarded in specific areas.  The areas include neurology, nutrition, industrial health, internal disorders, sports injuries, thermography, occupational health and diagnostic imaging.

Today the insurance companies also take chiropractic into consideration. The Chiropractors puts in about 40 hours per week and in a year they normally see roughly 130 patients, though the number of hours of work and number of patients per year may vary. Today those aspiring for chiropractic do not only have the option of taking up a job in hospitals but they can also go for teachings and research works.

Straight and mixer are the two forms of chiropractic practice which are prevalent today. Straight is the oldest form of chiropractic principle; it is based on the teachings of B.J. Palmer and D.D. Palmer.

Mixer chiropractor is a new concept wherein the chiropractors mix the chiropractic principles with the other forms of medical practices.  In order to practice chiropractic it is essential to take the license.

To become a successful chiropractor one needs to have patience and good communication skill. The numbers of chiropractors are increasing. In USA there are 70,000 chiropractors, in Australia there are 2500 chiropractor and in Canada there are 6500 chiropractors.  

If you want to be a chiropractor then go for it; do not worry for the money. The chiropractor salaries are increasing and the upward trend will continue.


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