Why Chiropractic?

Fast-Growing Wellness Care

Imagine a career – serving in a health field, making a difference in the lives of others, living by your own values.

That is the future, and the everyday sense of fulfillment, that you can enjoy as a doctor of chiropractic, providing non-invasive health care without drugs or surgery.

Why Chiropractic?  A career of helping people

Chiropractic means “Done by Hand”

As a doctor of chiropractic you’ll influence the lives of others in a positive way as you help to maximize your patients’ potential for optimum physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being. Once you obtain your chiropractic degree you can choose to own your own practice, associate with an established chiropractor, teach, conduct chiropractic research or you can focus in a particular area such as sports performance, family care or animal chiropractic.

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A Rapidly Growing Profession

Chiropractic is one of today’s fastest growing, most-sought after fields. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment for chiropractors is expected to grow “faster than average” in the coming years, as consumer demand for wellness care increases. Fast Company magazine rates chiropractic as one of the 10 best jobs in America.

According to research conducted by Fast Company magazine, chiropractic has been rated as one of the 10 best jobs in America. Employment for chiropractors is expected to grow in the coming years, as consumer demand for alternative health care increases. Forbes named chiropractic one of America’s “most surprising six-figure jobs” in 2009. Employment opportunities for chiropractors exist around the world.

A Great Life

As a doctor of chiropractic, you’ll work for yourself. You’ll control your own destiny. And you’ll enjoy the freedom, flexibility and financial rewards that come from owning and running your own business. As a chiropractor, you’ll share with people in your community a philosophy of life and health that is of great value. In fact, many Sherman graduates and students will tell you that chiropractic is not a job, but a calling.

I Chose Chiropractic Because…

why Chiropractic? I wanted to help people

Dr. Dansen Wong

I’ve always admired people who chosen a profession that brings a positive impact to society–a profession that requires a selfless service to the public. When I was exposed to chiropractic in my early teens, I knew it was what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.
–Dansen Wong, D.C., Malaysia, 2012

Why chiropractic

Dr. Holly Clarke


“I feel that chiropractic is a great profession, but it is important for a student that is contemplating choosing chiropractic to be sure that they are making the right choice for themselves. Take everything that you possibly can from the experience so that you have a good understanding of what chiropractic truly is.”

Holly Clarke, D.C., Greenville, SC, 2011

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