Naturopathic SchoolsWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Naturopathic Schools instruct in Naturopathic medicine which is an holistic approach that relies on natural remedies altogether. Sunlight, air, and water are thought of as natural healers; this, along with nutritional supplements and massage therapies are all part of naturopathic medicine.
Naturopathic Schools are usually comprised of a four-year degree program with prerequisites closely resembling those of conventional medical schools. Earning your degree in Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine is ultimate goal through naturopathic school training.
Naturopathic Schools require four years of study in medical sciences including anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, microbiology, immunology, pharmacology, laboratory diagnosis, cardiology, neurology, radiology, minor suregery, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, dermatology, clinical and physical diagnostics and other clinical sciences as well.
Chiropractic CollegesWritten by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot
Before Chiropractic Colleges & schools accept one into their educational systems, it is recommended that students have earned a degree in arts or sciences from an accredited college or university. Chiropractic colleges and schools also require applicants to have at least 90 semester hours in English, social sciences or humanities, organic and inorganic chemistry, biology, physics, and psychology as well.
Chiropractic colleges and schools offer education and training in chiropractic health treatments. Teaching a broad spectrum of topics of diagnostics and treatment for persons suffering from muscular, nervous and skeletal system problems; chiropractic colleges and schools stand strong on firm belief that interference within these systems can disrupt normal functioning and lowers resistance to disease. Chiropractic colleges and schools are holistic educational systems that place emphasis on patient's overall well-being. By evaluating numerous factors such as one's exercise, diet, rest, environment and heredity; chiropractic colleges and schools teach prospective physicians to use natural, drug-free, non-surgical health treatments that rely on body's self-healing mechanisms.
After completion of chiropractic college or school of choice, a four-part exam is administered byt he National Board of Chiropractic Examiners. However, state examinations may supplement National Board testing -- dependent upon individual state requirements.