Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic Technician / Assistant

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Salary: $16,469 - $26,610
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Hourly: $10.58 - $15.67
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Outlook: 3 Stars
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Length of Training: 1-3 months
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Length of Training/Requirements
The National Academy of Chiropractic Assistants (NACA) ofers a four-month training program that covers 16 different subjects and awards a certification of completion diploma. Some chiropractic colleges offer a two-year associate degree program for chiropractic technicians. These programs include in-depth knowledge in radiology, diagnostics, and therapeutic assistance. The Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners (TBCE) governs registration for radiological chiropractic technicians.

Licensure/Certification

Currently, chiropractic assistants in Texas are not required by law to be certified, licensed, or registered. Many CAs enter the profession through open employment opportunities and receive on-the-job training. Specialized training may be obtained by attending seminars.

Educational Programs
University or College City Degree*
*D- Doctorate  M-Masters  B-Bachelor  A-Associates  C-Certificate