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Chiropractic Started Here—And So Does Your Career.

Are you interested in learning more about a successful career in chiropractic? You’ve come to the right place. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, you’ll help patients, build a career that meets financial goals, lead the field by contributing to its growth and collaborate with other health care professionals.

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What the Best are Made Of

So, you’re thinking of becoming a Doctor of Chiropractic? You've come to the right place. At Palmer College, we live and breathe chiropractic. We have the top educators, the largest network of clinics and the most graduates working in the profession today. We're not settling to simply be the first or the best. What keeps us going is our drive to succeed - to be even better than we were yesterday. If that sounds like you, then take the next step today. Your chiropractic career starts here.

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Last year, students gained experience from more than 144,000 patient visits.

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33 %

More than one-third of all practicing chiropractors are Palmer alumni.

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The Palmer CareerNetwork posts more jobs annually than there are graduates.

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$ 4 million

41% of all Palmer College students received scholarships in FY2021-2022.

Educating the World’s Best Doctors of Chiropractic

Student Learning Innovation

Students learning in Palmer's radiology room
Palmer students experience immersive, technologically-advanced learning environments.
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Students practicing chiropractic technique in class
Palmer technique instruction begins early in the curriculum and we provide many faculty-supervised hours of hands-on instruction outside of the curriculum in our learning labs.
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Students standing around Anatomage table
You’ll receive hands-on anatomy education in wet labs with human cadavers, supported by state-of-the-art dry labs featuring anatomical models and virtual and augmented reality learning environments.
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Two chiropractic students studying a bone model
Learning doesn't stop in the classroom. With common spaces throughout our campuses, students discuss and study together.
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three students reviewing information on iPads
Both Palmer Main and Florida campuses offer a variety of spaces around campus for students to study together.
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Group of students using 3D for Medical program on iPads and observing instructor pointing at spine model.
With a 15:1 student-teacher ratio, you'll receive the academic attention and support to help you succeed.
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Anatomy software displayed on monitors in an anatomy lab
You'll receive anatomy education in new, state-of-the-art wet labs with human cadavers, supported by dry labs featuring anatomical models and virtual and augmented reality learning environments.
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chiropractic students learning adjusting techniques from professors.
You'll learn and hone your technique in brand-new spaces, from faculty who truly care about your future success.
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