Help People with a Career in Chiropractic: Sherman College Accepting Applications for Fall, Winter Quarters
If you’ve ever thought about a career that lets you make a difference in people’s lives, now is the time to take action. Sherman College of Chiropractic is accepting applications for the college’s fall and winter classes. The deadline for fall applications is August 17, and the fall quarter begins September 28. The deadline for winter applications is November 16, and the winter quarter begins January 4, 2016.
The chiropractic profession is all about serving others to improve their health. Chiropractors take a natural, preventative approach to health care, without the use of invasive surgery or drugs, helping patients achieve optimal health and function at their best. Sherman College graduates help meet increasing consumer demands for a more natural approach to health care.
As a Doctor of Chiropractic, you can:
• Make a difference in your community
• Help people with a natural approach to health
• Promote a healthy lifestyle and disease prevention
• Enhance performance and improve patients’ lives
• Be a leader, role model, educator or researcher
Fast Company, Forbes, Career Cast and other organizations repeatedly name chiropractic as a top job, and according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, chiropractic employment opportunities are growing faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for chiropractors is expected to grow by 15 percent between now and 2022 (average growth rate is 11 percent).
Why Sherman College?
Sherman College’s Doctor of Chiropractic program is unique in its approach to health care and known globally for producing doctors who are highly skilled in their delivery of chiropractic care. At Sherman, you’ll receive a comprehensive chiropractic education relevant to the future of health care.
The college’s balanced curriculum offers the knowledge you need in areas like basic science, chiropractic technique and philosophy, and practice management. Your courses will be hands-on from the first quarter, and we’ll prepare you for a smooth transition to chiropractic practice throughout the 1½-year clinical internship experience in our Chiropractic Health Center which serves the Spartanburg and surrounding communities with nearly 30,000 patient visits per year.
To enroll at Sherman, you need at least 90 semester hours of undergraduate work with a minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher, including at least 24 hours in the sciences and 15 hours of humanities. For details, go to www.sherman.edu, email email@example.com or call 864-578-8770.
Winter has now come and gone to Spartanburg. When I returned to Spartanburg Saturday from Kentucky I was surprised as I turned south out of the mountains of North Carolina to come into South Carolina, by all the cars headed north with bumpers plastered with snow. I couldn't see any storms ahead of me at the time, but sure enough, as I was coming into Spartanburg I was greeted with about three inches of new snow on the ground, and kids everywhere making snowmen and having snowball fights. Having come here from northern climates, it was a welcomed surprise for me. It was all gone by Sunday afternoon, and as I write this it's 60 degrees and sunny again, but it was nice to see a little winter here in South Carolina.