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All British Chiropractic Association chiropractors have undergone a minimum of a four year, fulltime, internationally accredited degree course.

 

Studies include the medical sciences, clinical diagnostic skills, orthopaedic and neurological testing, and the taking and reading of x-rays. They are also trained to have a complete repertoire of chiropractic adjustment methods to suit the varied needs of patients and treat the whole range of musculoskeletal conditions.

Professional development

General Chiropractic Council

Soon after graduation, chiropractors follow a postgraduate training scheme (PRT), which provides the framework for a period of professional development. PRT enables newly qualified chiropractors to work in professional clinical settings in regular contact with more experienced colleagues who act as trainer/mentors.

 

In addition to practical clinical aspects, further structured education is provided. Each graduate is partnered with a recognised chiropractic trainer with whom they have regular contact. Each graduate must fulfil a range of learning requirements. Newly graduated chiropractors thus complete the smooth transition to autonomous professional practice in the clinical setting.

The chiropractor's learning continues throughout his/her professional career. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is now a statutory requirement, monitored by the General Chiropractic Council.

 

Chiropractic treatments tackle many conditions including minor sports injuries, acute “whiplash” associated disorders, neck pain and back pain.

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Chiropractic trained professionals covering Worcestershire and Birmingham

Bromsgrove Chiropractic Clinic covers:

• Bromsgrove

• Droitwich

• Kidderminster

• Redditch

• South Birmingham

• Worcestershire

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