Standard academic delivery, with intensive studies delivered during the week. Three years of academic and practical studies, followed by a full-time clinical year.
Lectures and practical training. All practical training is delivered by practising chiropractors, with scientific and medical knowledge being delivered by specialists in these areas who may also be chiropractors.
The first two years of the course introduce the student to a wide range of practical and academic learning. Students gain academic knowledge enabling them to understand the systems and working of the human body, and the practical skills in assessment and diagnosis of patient presentation.
The minimum age of entry is 18 years and candidates should normally possess passes in five GCSE subjects including English and a maths subject. They should also hold three 'A' level passes each at Grade C or above, two of which should normally be in science subjects, particularly biological science, or a relevant higher qualification
Recipient: McTimoney College of Chiropractic
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