Advanced Standing Doctoral Program

Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) for Physicians

D'Youville's Advanced Standing Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) program prepares physicians trained in India to become Doctors of Chiropractic.

In the two-year professional program, you'll develop the knowledge, skills, values and behaviors necessary to become a primary care chiropractic physician, capable of responding to the changing demands of society in an ever-evolving, integrative healthcare system.

Our program provides an evidence-based interactive curriculum that prepares our graduates to be non-surgical, neuromusculoskeletal specialists.

A Leader in Higher Education

In 2003, D'Youville College became the first liberal arts based, allied health professions-focused institution in the United States to offer a doctor of chiropractic program. Our program is the first to integrate chiropractic with traditional United States-based healthcare professions.

D'Youville Advantages:

  • Learn in a program that has a solid science foundation and evidence-based clinical training.
  • Gain experience in a variety of clinical settings including multidisciplinary clinics with physical therapists, surgeons and chiropractors.
  • Provide care for underserved populations through community outreach in area clinics.
  • Learn in our chiropractic adjusting laboratories where there is one instructor for every 10 students.
  • Small class sizes of 30 students or less for lectures

Note to applicants: Be sure to check out the application and admission requirements for this program.

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