But what does that education look like on a day-to-day basis? What would it really be like to be a student at a top chiropractic school?
Whether you are starting Chiropractic College or getting ready to start your second year, this post is for you.
A common question that is asked by all students is, “what can I do to help ensure my success in chiropractic college? What are some tips that will help you succeed and get through the grind of the four years till graduation?”
WHEN YOU LOOK BACK AT ALL THE EXAMS, the long days, and the friendships that came and went during chiropractic school, you will either reflect on how it prepared you for life after school, or how it didn’t.
Student DC is the online resource for student and future doctors of chiropractic, and those in their first years of practice.
To develop the awareness and understanding of chiropractic’s fundamental principles as set forth and developed by doctors D.D. and B.J. Palmer by promoting an enthusiastic community of students through education, events, social activities and student support, while enhancing unity throughout all SICA chapters.
A people powered library of chiropractic treatment and information resources.
The following Discussion Forums are for chiropractic college students to post announcements, list events, share information and interact with fellow students from your college or around the world.
The SCCA acts as the voice of Canadian chiropractic students studying at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and around the world to organizations such as the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
Logan College of Chiropractic prepares students to become doctors of chiropractic who are superbly educated and clinically competent practicing portal of entry chiropractic physicians.
The Palmer curriculum is a graduate-level program that is typically completed in a little more than three calendar years but is equivalent to a five-academic-year program.