Learn how to diagnose, treat and prevent injury to the spine and musculoskeletal system.
At Murdoch, you’ll combine a Bachelor of Science with a degree in Clinical Chiropractic that will prepare you with knowledge in human and biological sciences combined with practical chiropractic skills.
Under the close supervision of experienced clinicians and academics, you’ll gain hands-on experience in your final two years by working with patients in our on- and off-campus clinics, learning how to recognise and manage various musculoskeletal disorders.
If you’re planning to run your own practice in the future, you’ll learn the skills you need in a Professional Practice Management Unit that will equip you with life-long business skills. You’ll graduate with an understanding of how to run a budget, manage inventories and manage basic finances that are essential to any small business.
Once you’re finished, you’ll be eligible for registration with the Council on Chiropractic Education Australasia (CCEA) and able to work in Australia, New Zealand and many other countries as a registered Chiropractor.