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From the highlands, to whiskey, to bagpipes and the loch ness monster, this northern gem just might be the place for you. Before we dive into the specifics of chiropractic jobs in Scotland, here is quick reminder that Scotland is one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom.  The other three would be England, Northern Ireland and Wales. A big portion of the chiropractic regulations in Scotland will be the same rules which...
A few years ago, an American acquaintance of mine had her wedding in Ireland.  I was not invited, hence the use of acquaintance & not friend, but the thing I remember most was how stunning her pictures were. Ever since her wedding, I have seen pictures from fellow travelers and Ireland looks incredible. If this temperate, emerald isle country strikes your fancy than grab a Guinness and lets talk about chiropractic jobs in Ireland....
In my quest to discover where it would be interesting to live and work as a chiropractor, I just ran across Singapore. Have you ever thought about living or taking a chiropractic job there? After quite a bit of snooping around, I found that if you seek to evangelize the profession, have a proclivity for the rules and love steamy weather than this might be the city-island for you to work as a chiropractor.   Top Six Reasons to...
There are around 3,500 chiropractors working in the UK. Chiropractic jobs in London are most common with the highest number of registrations followed by high numbers of chiropractic jobs in major cities such as Birmingham and Manchester. The profession is strictly regulated in the UK by the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) – an independent regulatory body set up by parliament – and they ensure the safety of patients undergoing...
Have you dreamed of strolling down the tree-lined boulevards, finding new quaint coffee shops by day and sipping full bodied Parisian wines by night? I know I have a time or two.  The romanticized version of France makes the entire country seem like a far-off fairytale where you still might run into Humprey Boghart in Paris.  Fairytales aside, chiropractic jobs in France are still relatively few and far between. ...
According to the “Social Progress Index” in 2017 Denmark was considered to have the highest quality of life standards. From water and sanitation to nutrition and basic medical care they scored within the 99 percentile.  Of course, there’s more! From delicious danishes and cuisine to bike friendly cities like Copenhagen have you considered becoming “one of the happiest people on earth” and finding a...
In chiropractic school, it was not uncommon for classmates to start to pair off with each other. If you have any kind of Christian background than yes I am talking in the “biblical sense.”  Kidding aside, it does makes sense.  We spent every waking moment either in class, studying together outside of class or imbibing with each other on the weekends to forget the first, two scenarios.  Interestingly enough, I would...
In my recent quest to investigate the ups and downs of practicing chiropractic around the world, it would be a shame to not put Australia on the list.   I know for Americans, the idea of spending a couple of weeks vacationing in Australia would be nothing short of a dream come true.  From the beaches, the food, kangaroos, touring Sydney, I have never heard of a bad trip to Australia (at least among my circle of friends). The...
As I was perusing through the different job opportunities on chirorecruit.com I couldn’t help but be intrigued by the Philippines.  The only experience I ever had was as a kid.  My first stepfather was a marine and he was stationed in southern California. I remember our next door neighbors were another military family and the wife was Filipino.  At the time, this was not so uncommon.  Between my...
In the last blog, the discussion was about how countries around the world view chiropractic. If you currently live in the states, UK, Canada or Australia chiropractic is clearly defined and regulated.  This is not the case in many countries.  I commandeered the legend below from Part 1 of this blog series to catch us all up to speed.  Below the legend describes countries from “a-d” in how chiropractic is viewed...
  Part 1   I think there comes a point in everyone’s life where we are open to the possibility of leaving behind the familiar and ushering in the different aspects of a new country, customs and maybe new language.  Opening your eyes to a unique landscape filled with people who have musculoskeletal complaints common to all humans and unusual afflictions that many of us have only read about in textbooks. ...
I can imagine the horrified looks I would get from my friends, family and patients if I said, “Ciao I’m out of here.” Can you picture yourself sitting on a Mediterranean beach, sipping some amazing wine while not worrying about tan lines?  Nude beach anyone? Joking aside, I know I can. Italy is usually on the list of places to visit, especially for Americans. We hear the stories of picturesque countrysides, beautiful...