Keep in mind that professional training to do correction of human body structures ranges from:
- Osteopathic schools (which include complete medical training) that cost about $228,000 just for tuition not including supplies or living expenses.
- Chiropractic schools (which include medical diagnostics but not treatments) that cost about $95,000 to $110,000 not including supplies or living expenses.
After that you have practice. Read up on it. There were about 60,000 practicing chiros in the US when I graduated in 1980. Checking Google there are currently about 44,000 according the the US Labor department. Yet, there also now