Chiropractic is the third health profession of primary attention in the world after medicine and dentistry. In 1996, the World Organization of Health (OMS) officially recognized the World Association of Chiropractic (WFC) for its health level results.
To understand what this health science can contribute, it is fundamental to understand that Chiropractic is a profession and not merely a technique.
Born and developed in a separate and independent way to Medicine, it is similar by having the same level of university studies; specifically, a minimum of five years of university studies.
Furthermore, it is distinguished from allopathic medicine by its living philosophy. Its treatment excludes the use of medicine and surgery. Its function is to prevent and correct biochemical and structural alterations of the spinal column and extremities that affect the correct functioning of the nervous system and, in consequence, the health of the whole organism.
Chiropractic consists of precisely adjusting the segments affected by the complex of spinal sublaxation. To return the spinal column and skeleton in general to its state of functional normality and eliminate the interferencies produced over the nervous system.