Chiropractic is the fastest-growing and second-largest primary health care
There are approximately 60,000 doctors of chiropractic (DCs) in
active practice in the United States spread from rural areas to inner
cities. More than 10,000 students are currently enrolled in chiropractic
educational programs accredited by a federally-recognized body (CCE).
Chiropractic services are in high demand.
Tens of millions of Americans routinely opt for chiropractic
services and this number is rapidly growing. In 1993, more than 30 million
consumers made chiropractic a regular part of their health care program.
Doctors of Chiropractic receive extensive, demanding professional
education on par with medical doctors (MDs) and osteopaths (DOs).
founding institution for Chiropractic is the Palmer College of
To receive the doctor of chiropractic degree, candidates must complete
extensive undergraduate prerequisites and four years of graduate-level
instruction and internship at an accredited chiropractic institution.
Comprehensive knowledge of all systems of the body and diagnostic
procedures enable the DC to thoroughly evaluate a patient, address
disorders relating to the spine and determine the need for referral to
another health care provider.
Chiropractor - Dr. Don
Palmer College of Chiropractic Graduate
'A' Street Clinic of Chiropractic, PLLC
Donald W. Olson, DC, FASBE, DACS
1020 A St. SE, #4
Auburn, WA. 98002-6063
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