Why be a Chiropractor

Why be a Chiropractor

As a chiropractor, you can change people’s lives for the better and help them get back to doing the activities they love. Chiropractors fill a vital need in our health system, helping to promote wellness and reduce pain and suffering through holistic, natural solutions.

Choose a Career That Provides Exciting Opportunities for Growth

Diverse Specialties

A career as a chiropractor offers significant earning potential and room for advancement. You can continue to evolve throughout the course of your career and specialize in a variety of in-demand areas such as sports medicine, orthopedics, diagnostic imaging, rehabilitation, pediatrics, and more.

Employment Settings

Chiropractors work in a range of dynamic settings including:

  • Private practices
  • Health and wellness centers
  • Sports teams
  • Pain centers
  • Private and community hospitals
  • Veterans administration hospitalsm
Build a Strong Foundation with a High-Quality Education

A Reputable University

Since 1911, Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCU) has trained students to become leaders and experts in patient-centered health care. Through our accredited chiropractic program, students are uniquely prepared to meet the demands of the current healthcare market.

An Ideal Location

SCU’s campus is located in beautiful Southern California — an area full of networking and internship opportunities. Studying in this enriching environment will help you land a job that’s a great fit for you.

Hands-on Training

Our curriculum emphasizes professional competencies rather than academic subjects. You will participate in a variety of learning exercises including labs and standardized patient experiences. By the end of the program, you will be a confident, capable chiropractor who is ready for the demands of the field.

Embrace the Future of Integrative Health Care

Take the next step towards a fulfilling career as a chiropractor and see how far you can go.

Learn More

Request more information about SCU today.