(D.C.) - A doctor that specializes in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders caused by spinal subluxation/misalignments.
a first-contact physician who possesses the diagnostic skills needed to differentiate health conditions that respond to chiropratic management from conditions that require referral or co-management
a physician who is trained to evaluate and treat problems of the neuromusculoskeletal system
a physician whose purpose, as a member of the healing arts, is to help meet the health needs of the public, giving particular attention to the structural and neurological aspects of the body
a physician whose purpose is to meet the health needs of the public as a member of the healing arts
a primary contact physician
a primary contact professional, meaning you do need a referral
a specialist, highly trained in the art and science of spinal realignment
a state licensed health care provider
A practitioner of a science of applied neurophysiologic diagnosis based on the theory that health and disease are life processes related to the function of the nervous system.
A Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C. or DC) - also known as a "chiropractor" - is a health professional who seeks to diagnose, treat, correct, and prevent neurological, skeletal, or soft tissue dysfunction by employing spinal and other articular adjustments and manipulations. A D.C. is considered a "primary health care" provider in the United States.