Who are chiropractors?
What training does a licensed chiropractor receive?
Chiropractors are doctors who use natural health care methods to mobilize the body's own healing abilities. They focus on the anatomy and function of the skeleton, mainly the spine and the correction of neuro-musculoskeletal problems without the use of drugs or surgery.
Chiropractors diagnose and perform manipulative therapy to treat neuro-musculoskeletal problems (nerves, muscles, bones.)
Chiropractors undergo seven years of intensive post-secondary education. First, they must complete three years of university study. Following this, chiropratic students receive four years of academic and practical training at a chiropractic college including a one year internship in a chiropractic or multi-disciplinary clinic.
Chiropractic care can provide relief from many of today's most common health problems including headaches, neck and back pain and tension as well as chronic conditions such as stiff joints, tendinitis and arthritis. People of all ages can benefit from chiropractic care.
Who needs chiropractic care?
Dr. Erfanian has been a fully licenced and practicing chiropractor providing expert relief and care to his patients for over for 18 years.