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Visit our Computers Page to learn what parts you need, and how to create the system of your dreams while saving a bundle!
Chiropractic Training vs. Medical Training
I was surprised to learn that, when I graduated from chiropractic school, that I would have taken 200 more class hours than a graduate of Johns Hopkins Medical School
This table is an eye opener because chiropractors receive more hours in diagnosis, orthopedics, microbiology, and more than twice as many hours in hours in neurology and radiology. WOW! (more…)
Working With Extremities?
I’m not sure how many chiropractic schools teach extremity adjusting (ankles, wrists, elbows, shoulders), but if you do extremity work, then you will love our Shoulder Girdle Page.
The page starts with scholarly papers by Richard Schafer, D.C. on managing shoulder and joint trauma. It also contains several other FULL-TEXT papers on shoulder management. I hope you will find this material of interest!
The Rehabilitation Corner ~ Part 2
Dr. Richard C. Schafer, DC, PhD, FICC gave us permission back in 1998 to reproduce a series of his rehabilitation Monographs on our website.
Dr. Schafer is the most-published chiropractic author, and his textbooks were best sellers through the 80s and 90s. RC was the first DC author to be picked up by a medical publisher (Williams & Wilkins), and his books made millions for the ACA.
Enjoy the rest of Dr. Schafer’s Monographs at: