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Chiropractic and Traditional Medicine
Chiropractic vs. Medical Education--A Clarification
A brief video follows that Dr. James C. Gardner, DC explains the differences and similarities of chiropractic education with that of medical school.
The video above is meant to help clarify, for those who don't know, the value of a chiropractor and his/her education and not as a belittling of medical education. This infomation is based on factual information and the facts speak for themselves.
I believe it is important for those interested in pursuing chiropractic care to understand that we welcome the expertise and training of all health care professionals-medical doctors (MD), osteopaths (DO), dentists (DDS, DMD), podiatrists, acupuncturists, massage therapists and others--as long as they are willing to work with us to help patients get better. I have a simple test--is the provider "self-centered" or "patient-centered." We love to work with all providers who look at their opportunity to work with patients as an opportunity to serve others, not merely to serve themselves/pocketbooks.