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The Palmer College of Chiropractic - Davenport

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Hi Emily,My suggestion for the site would be to show the insdie of the bag filled with stuff. Like if you can fit a laptop, book, kindle, wallet and water bottle into something it would be great to show how much you can actually fit into each of the bags. I know you have the dimensions listed, but those normally don't mean much to me so a picture of the bag willed with stuff would be really helpful! Thanks!-Billie
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This is a wonderful
This is a wonderful career. I've been in practice for almost 27 years now. It is rewarding financially, but the joy comes from restoring patient's ability to express their own good health. The power that made the body, heals the body & it is an honor to work with that power.
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All prospective chiropractic students, please research the gOther
All prospective chiropractic students, please research the good AND the bad of chiropractic before you commit yourself and more money than you can imagine to this profession!

I really encourage all of you to do some soul searching and ask yourself if you really want to fight the uphill battle that is chiropractic. Are you willing to stand up against and fight traditional health care beliefs? Do you think you will feel confident in ALL aspects of running a business, even if adequate business and practice management are NOT a part of your chiropractic education? Do you want to be estimating how many patients you must see just so you can break even every month?

If you are prepared for the challenges that lie ahead and are 110% committed to chiropractic, then Palmer is the best place to get your education. Palmer graduates are known as the best adjusters and for good reasons. You will be a great chiropractor once you graduate from Palmer.

If you have any doubts about chiropractic whatsoever, please explore those doubts. I made the mistake of just researching the schools and not the profession itself. Please don't make the same mistake I did.

There are no guaranteed jobs for chiropractors once you get out of school, unless you are lucky enough to be a part of a family who owns a practice. If you want a guaranteed health care related job after school, please look elsewhere. If you are interested in becoming a chiropractor, immerse yourself in the profession. Talk to as many local DC's as you can from several different schools and search the web for chiropractic success and failure stories. Like others here have said, success in chiropractic depends on how much you are willing to put in. Good luck in whatever you decide to do!

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