Having a clinic with both professions practicing together, we often get this question. It is understandable. From the outside looking in, these are sold as two completely different “services”.
August 16, 2022
Dr. Donald Mull, DC
However we want to dispel this misconception once and for all. We sat down and talked about it. You may be surprised by the conclusion. If you have some time, watch this. This gives the perspectives of three different clinicians, one being a Doctor of Physical Therapy and two being Doctors of Chiropractic.
Here are the main talking points (I will even put a timestamp them, because I am nice like that):
For those who are too cool to watch the video at all… here are some of the main takeaways we would like you to take home:
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