Individuals seeking a career as a mobile chiropractor must complete chiropractic training by an accredited higher education institution and earn a doctor of chiropractic degree. Professional degrees typically take four years to complete and require a minimum of 90 semester hours of courses focused on physics, biology, chemistry and liberal arts and sciences.Continue Reading
All states require that practicing chiropractors are licensed and have successfully passed the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners exam that includes an evaluation of the student's practical skills, knowledge of basic and clinical sciences and responses to clinical case studies. Some stats also require state-specific law exams to earn licenses to practice as a chiropractor.
Chiropractic education consists of courses focused on anatomy, physiology and biology. Chiropractic students must also learn the basics of spinal adjustment techniques, diagnosis and spinal assessments. Some chiropractic programs offer training in sports rehabilitation, nutrition, orthopedics and pediatrics.
Mobile chiropractors must obtain a driver's license and maintain vehicle registration and insurance to travel to and from patients. Chiropractors must also possess personality traits that assist them in treating and consulting with patients such as empathy, interpersonal skills, dexterity and strong decision-making skills. Patients often seek chiropractors who can offer advice on how to reduce pain and heal the body naturally.Learn more about Career Aspirations