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    Hi

    My niece is interested in becoming a chiropractic. She is looking to go to the Northwest region. Can anyone recommend me a good chiro school?


    Thanks a bunch

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    jamesdonkey is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Here are a couple of schools in the NE

    D’Youville College

    D’Youville College
    320 Porter Avenue
    Buffalo, New York 14201

    University of Bridgeport
    College of Chiropractic
    75 Linden Avenue
    Bridgeport, CT 06604-2449

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    NW chiro school

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    Chiropractic

    The best chiropractic school in the NORTHwest is Western States Chiropractic College in Portland. Great reputation, facilities, and faculty.

    In my opinion, the best schools along with WSCC are Southern California University of Health Sciences in Los Angeles and National University of Health Sciences in Chicago. Northwestern University of Health Sciences is also good but that is in Minnesota (quite north but not west).

    Beware of Parker, Sherman, and Life. Cleveland and Palmer are middle of the road. Stick with the much better schools listed earlier.

    -M

    Quote Originally Posted by asking for niece
    Hi

    My niece is interested in becoming a chiropractic. She is looking to go to the Northwest region. Can anyone recommend me a good chiro school?


    Thanks a bunch
    MitchDC/MD
    RUSM 2006 Graduate

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    Tcc

    I went to Texas Chiro College and it is a good school as well.

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    Yes, I have heard that Texas Chiro is also a good school.

    -M

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    I went to Texas Chiro College and it is a good school as well.
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    2 MDs at Chiro School

    Currently there are 2 medical doctors going to Western States Chiropractic College. You usually don't hear MDs going to chiro school. It's more like the opposite. Anyway, these two MDs have been practicing for awhile and decided to go into chiropractic college. One went to a us med school and the other somewhere in europe. This is a rare thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanson
    Currently there are 2 medical doctors going to Western States Chiropractic College. You usually don't hear MDs going to chiro school. It's more like the opposite. Anyway, these two MDs have been practicing for awhile and decided to go into chiropractic college. One went to a us med school and the other somewhere in europe. This is a rare thing.
    funny you mention that, we had an ortho surgeon in my last tri at Tcc. You should have seen him in Biomechanics, the professor was asking HIM questions!

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    What about

    Logan in St. Louis?

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    I agree with MitchDC on his list of schools. I would stay clear of Palmer, Logan, Life, Sherman, Cleveland, and the like. They turn out a lot of grads, but not a lot of good ones. National, Northwestern, Western States, Los Angeles, and Texas are by far your best bet.
    Character is what is left once your reputation is gone.

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