Chiropractie Natuurlijk

Education

Chiropractic is an academic education and can be partly compared to a study Medicine. After five years of college a student has his/her diploma, and then has to do an additional training of one year. Chiropractic is a intensive and expensive study. People deciding to attend this study are generally very motivated. It is only given in English and can be studied in the U.S.A., England, Denmark, Canada and Australia.

The summary below shows you a comparison of the number of study-hours in Chiropractic college and regular medical school in the U.S.A.:

Chiropractic subject Medicine
540
Anatomy/embryology
508
240
physiology
320
360
pathology
401
165
chemistry
325
120
microbiology
114
630
diagnostics
324
320
neurology
112
360
radiology
148
60
psychiatry
144
60
gynaecology
148
210
orthopedics
156
3.065
sub total
2.706
  other compulsory courses Pharmacology
Spine manipulation   Immunologie
Advanced radiology   Surgery
4.485 total number of hours 4.248

 



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