Welcome to Herner Chiropractic

Opening Hours : Early Morning & Evening Appointments Available
  Contact : (603) 595-4600

How long does it take to become a chiropractor?

To become a doctor of chiropractic generally requires 4-5 year’s of post-graduate education. Prerequisite course work includes human anatomy and physiology, genetics, microbiology, organic chemistry, calculus, biochemistry and physics usually accomplished during a bachelor’s (BS) program. Post-graduate chiropractic education includes anatomy, physiology, clinical neurology, clinical orthopedics, infectious disease, nutrition, biomechanics, differential diagnosis, x-ray and advanced imaging interpretation, pathology, physiological therapeutics, pediatrics, geriatrics (to name a few). The fourth year includes a clinical internship of approximately 1000 hours.