Become a qualified healthcare professional with the skills to diagnose and manage pain and disability of the spine and musculoskeletal system.
As a chiropractor, you'll be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of various disorders involving the musculoskeletal system and related pain syndromes. This course has a well-rounded scientific base combined with the evidence based clinical skills required, so you graduate ready to work.
In this double degree, you will firstly complete a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science (3 years), giving you the knowledge you need in human biological sciences and introducing you to chiropractic skills and theory. You then progress on to the Bachelor of Clinical Chiropractic (2 years) in which you will learn the skills you need to practice as a primary contact healthcare professional. You must complete both degrees to be eligible for registration and clinical practice.