Like medical doctors, chiropractors go through an immense amount of schooling to receive a "Doctor of Chiropractic" degree (also known as a
degree). Completing four years of undergraduate college with a focus in the sciences, then completing four years of Chiropractic Education taking mandatory internships and 900 hours of work in a Chiropractic Clinic. After receiving the D.C. degree from New York Chiropractic College in 1992, Dr. Moss passed the National Board Exams to practice nationally and the State Board Exams to practice in Virginia and New York. Christopher L. Moss D.C.
This chart shows the number of hours served under study by Chiropractic students and Medical students.