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Costs and Risks. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) does point out that the side effects of chiropractic care can include sore muscles, fatigue, and headaches. Very rare risks include bone fracture, injuries to the spinal disks and to the nerves of the lower spine, and stroke as a result of the therapy.What are the warning signs of a bad chiropractor?
If you notice that the chiropractor you are seeing always cancels appointments, shows up late or never shows up at all, then that is a bad sign. It just means he is not taking you seriously!How long does it take to become a chiropractor?
Chiropractors must earn a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree and a state license. Doctor of Chiropractic programs typically take 4 years to complete and require at least 3 years of undergraduate college education for admission.What are the disadvantages of being a chiropractor?
A chiropractor has multiple advantages and disadvantages. Some patients may suffer side effects as a result of their chiropractic treatment. Most are relatively benign and include fatigue, continuing pain from a previously treated injury and headache.