The state of New Jersey licenses chiropractors as primary health care providers. Like any other professional health care provider such as dentist, podiatrist, or osteopaths, the chiropractor must meet educational standards set by the national and state boards. For the chiropractor, a minimum of seven academic years of undergraduate and chiropractic college must be completed, as well as, clinical interships.
Chiropactic is a primary health service specializing in the care of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system, consisting of associated muscle, bone, ligaments, tendons, nerves, discs of the spine and related joints.
Why should I go to a Chiropractor?
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