This is actually a good question. Lilydale Chiropractors have to attend colleges for this profession. They learn or get degrees in how fix or take care of problems with your bones or tissue and muscles plus ligaments. When they graduate they will as doctors but not of medical but doctors of Chiropractic.
Even though they are known to treat back and neck injuries or pain they can also treat soft tissue conditions.
Chiropractors have to complete about eight years of college before they licensed. Then after all that they have to have a total of four thousand and two hundred Instructional credits over a four year period of chiropractic graduate program. The credits are done in hours. There first four years of schooling might look like this, Anatomy, bio chemistry and spinal anatomy. Then chiropractic procedures They also learn to read images from x-rays and etc.
They are expects in their field they do a lot of schooling for this type of medical field. You might have some discomfort after visiting a chiropractor but that is from working out an area of pain or discomfort trying to get the body better. They might not be medical doctors per say but they are a type of doctor for an area or areas of the body that the doctor you see can not help you with. There is a lot that we don’t understand about the body and with the way we work to take care of our family’s we neglect our bodies and they get out of whack. That is what chiropractors are for to help realign our body’s. Even if it’s not from our usual day to day routine. Maybe a car accident or something that happen at work they can help. They didn’t go to eight years of school for nothing.