Chiropractic Career Facts

Chiropractic offers an independent career and a unique lifestyle of service to humanity. Opportunities for chiropractors exist around the world.

Meaningful Career

Sherman prepares students for a career where every day the sole focus is to help and serve others. Imagine the opportunity of reaching out to people in need, dramatically improving their health – and literally changing their lives. That is one of the immeasurable rewards of a chiropractic career.

Demand for Chiropractors

Employment of chiropractors is expected to grow faster than average through the year 2016 because of increasing consumer demand, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There is an immediate need for more than 75,000 chiropractors in the work force today.

Freedom and Flexibility

Doctors of chiropractic create and build their own private practices, enjoying the freedom, flexibility and financial rewards of owning and running a business and controlling their own destinies.

Financially Rewarding

Forbes named chiropractic one of America’s “most surprising six-figure jobs.” In 2008, the mean salary for chiropractors was $81,340, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

Occupational Employment Statistics.

Fast Facts about Sherman College

Doctor of Chiropractic Program

Chiropractic Clinic Health Center

For more information, contact Karen Rhodes at 800-849-8771 or 864-578-8770, ext. 242.

Doctor of chiropracitic program Val Pennacchio

Valerie Peannacchio, D.C.

Valerie Pennacchio, D.C., is quite possibly one of the most influential women in chiropractic education today.

Named vice principal of McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Oxfordshire, UK, she credits Sherman College with igniting the passion that inspires her everyday life.

Doctor of Chiropractic program graduate Dr. Jaclyn Leeper

Dr. Jaclyn Leeper

“I have always wanted to pursue a profession in which I could help people, and chiropractic is a perfect fit. Sherman prepared me to become a skilled adjustor and the very best chiropractor I can be.”
— Jaclyn Leeper, D.C., ’09, West Paducah, KY

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