International Chiropractors Association

Students

Have you ever considered becoming a chiropractor?

Chiropractic is one of the largest growing professions in the world.  The US Department of Labor predicts that the US will have a 15% growth in the profession in the next 15 years. Chiropractic opportunities abound all over the world.

It is a great time to become a chiropractor. The public is looking for more options in health care. The public is attracted to a wellness model which puts them in the driver’s seat of their own health. Chiropractors offer a unique message and method to give the public new and exciting options for their family’s health.
 

What is chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a hands on healing art which focus on the innate healing capabilities of the human body. Chiropractors do not prescribe drugs or utilize surgical interventions. They assess and address the structural and functional integrity of the spine and nervous system, and their impact on the health of the entire body.

Chiropractors provide a precise chiropractic adjustment to restore the function and integrity to the spine and nervous system. This safe and effective chiropractic adjustment has a profound impact on the body’s innate ability to heal itself and adapt to the environment.
 
Chiropractic Myth #1  Chiropractors focus on pain management.
While pain management is one of the outcomes of chiropractic care, the foundational use of chiropractic is based upon the essential functions of the nervous system as the master communication system of the body.

Chiropractic Myth #2  You need to be big and strong to be a good chiropractor.
Great chiropractic technique is about leverage and proper use of physics. Many of the best chiropractors in the field are not large at all. Great chiropractors come in all shapes and sizes.
 

What are the characteristics of a great chiropractor?

  • Good Listening Skills
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Caring and compassionate
  • Passionate about helping others
  • Boldness
     
 

Does this sound like you?


Student ICA Mission Statement
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.


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