It’s mid-year, and this week the second semester of university begins. We send a warm “welcome back” to the many students happily returning to their studies.
However we also know this time of the year might have many people thinking about their own careers. Perhaps you’re a new high school graduate; or you’re still not feeling settled in your current studies; or maybe even your current job? Have you ever considered a career in Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a conscientious and compassionate practice in health management and healing – helping others to live happier and healthier lives. It assesses the body’s relationship between the spine and nervous system, focusing on the diagnosis, correction and prevention of injury; as well as offering many people well researched health advice that may improve back pain, headaches, musculoskeletal conditions and their general well-being.
With the call for chiropractic increasing in the sporting arenas, family environment and professional sectors, as well as it being the largest drug-free and non-surgical primary health care in the world, Chiropractic is a positive health alternative, with a fulfilling career path.
Where to Study:
Murdoch University offers an comprehensive 5 year double bachelor degree in Chiropractic (BSc, BChiro) each year, with great lecturers, excellent student support and practical time alongside experienced Doctors of Chiropractic in the university practice.
For more information on how chiropractic can help your back pain or about choosing a career in Chiropractic contact Dalkeith Chiropractic.