Jesse Russell, Ronald CohnISBN: 978-5-5090-0827-6;
Chiropractic education trains future Doctors of Chiropractic (DC), also referred to as "Chiropractors". Chiropractic is a form of alternative medicine, based on the notion that various health problems can be treated by a chiropractor manipulating the spine. In the USA, the typical criteria to enter a Doctorate program in Chiropractic is to hold a Bachelor's Degree focussing on Biology or Science. The entry criteria, structure, teaching methodology and nature of Chiropractic programs offered at Chiropractic schools vary considerably around the world. To help standardize and ensure quality of Chiropractic education, in 2005 the World Health Organization published guidelines for basic training in Chiropractic. In general, the World Health Organization lists three potential educational paths involving full?time chiropractic education across the globe. This includes: 1 – 4 years of pre-requisite training in basic sciences at university level...