Chiropractors diagnose, treat and prevent patients' neuromuscular-skeletal disorders of the spine, nervous system, pelvis and other body joints by adjusting the spinal column or through other corrective manipulation. (National Occupational Classification)
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The University of Manitoba does not offer training in Chiropractic studies, but does offer pre-requisite courses and educational pathways for students applying to chiropractic colleges. Please view the links below for information on U of M courses and programs and chiropractic schools in North America.
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Exploring Chiropractic Education Options
Information for foreign-trained Chiropractors - information for foreign-trained Chiropractors and other related scientists
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Date modified: April 20, 2018