Interested in Chiropractic as a possible career path?
Join us for an online workshop to find out more about how chiropractors assess, diagnose and treat patients. Through our interactive case study you will work together with our chiropractic team to understand what could be causing this patient's back pain and how a chiropractor would look to help them. You can also learn about chiropractic working environments and what it takes to be a chiropractor.
You will work through this challenge with Dr Neil Osborne and two of our chiropractic students, Jamie and Danielle.
We hope this will be a useful virtual work experience to write about in your personal statement and talk about in your interviews if you go on to apply for chiropractic courses.
Date: Wednesday 9th March 2022
*Please register your interest using the form below
We look forward to meeting you in March
We hope the Chiropractic Case Study Workshop will provide you with an insight into how a career as a chiropractor may suit you. We are looking forward to meeting you and working with you in the Case Study Challenge!
In the meantime, find out more about Dr Neil Osborne's career in Chiropractic after graduating from AECC in 1992 with a distinction here and in the video below. We have also shared a video on careers in chiropractic from the Society for Promoting Chiropractic Education, and provided insight into reasons to become a chiropractor.
Video 1: Dr Neil Osbourne, Clinic Director at AECC University College Chiropractic Clinic talks about his career journey after he graduated from AECC University College in 1992.
Video 2: Career in chiropractic from the Society for Promoting Chiropractic Education
Video 3: Why become a chiropractor?
Register your interest
To register your attendance at our Chiropractic Case Study Workshop, please read the Code of Conduct for online outreach activities* and complete the form below. We will send you further details via email.
*During online lessons via Zoom, participants are invited to follow the expectations set out in our Code of Conduct for online outreach activities, these can be found here. If you need help understanding the privacy notice please click here.