Chiropractic Flashcards

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About Chiropractic on Brainscape

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic. This term is derived from the Greek words “chir-“ and “prassein” that means “to be done by the hand”. It is a division of the healing arts that studies the condition, diagnosis, and management of the spinal column and other parts of the musculoskeletal system.

The primary therapeutic technique in chiropractic involves spinal manipulation of the joints and soft tissues. Patients benefit from this form of therapy through the restoration of joint function and support to the nervous system.

A primary care provider who specializes in this field is called a chiropractor. They help individuals maintain optimal health without the use of chemical substances such as medications and surgical interventions.

Alternative careers related to Chiropractic include Exercise Physiologists, Massage Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Occupational Therapists, Podiatrists, and Physical Therapists.

Learning Chiropractic

Chiropractors should possess the ability to distinguish conditions that are amenable to their care from those that entail referral or co-management. A study of Chiropractic necessitates a deep understanding of the sciences including anatomy, physiology, and basics of neurology, as well as conservative forms of neuro-musculoskeletal management.

To prepare for a career as a Chiropractor, one must attend a chiropractor college, pass the National Board Exam and obtain a license. To make it through these steps, you’ll need both foundational overview, and real-life learning experiences as well as other additional tools to help you learn and retain the intricate details of chiropractic.

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