Who Studies Chiropractics?

Who Studies Chiropractics? Considering the fact that it takes a fair amount of time before an aspiring chiropractor will be able to hang out a shingle, rent some office space, and go into business, it makes one wonder just who would take on such a challenge. After all, considering the fact that most often it is required of students to hold a baccalaureate degree and then add four years of full time study to it, it would make sense for them to go into what is considered mainstream medicine. Yet instead of doing so, those who perceive the call for chiropractics find that they might have a different mission in life; as a matter of fact, rather than simply viewing modern medicine as the panacea for all that ails people, chiropractors see themselves as members of a healing art, not a healing science. Who Studies Chiropractics?   To this end they focus on the patient as a whole, not simply on a limb or physiological system that appears to be adversely affected. Thus, aspiring chiropractors enjoy the study of other aspects of medicine – such as geriatrics and neurology – since they believe that all things that make up a...