Through the Intern Preceptorship Program, students in their final term can gain clinical experience under the supervision of a licensed chiropractor who’ll serve as a mentor. During this program, you’ll build upon your academic and clinical experience, gain business experience, and learn how to manage a private practice. Students are a participating team member of the clinic and a valuable part of the practice team. Interns may perform history examinations, diagnoses and X-rays; provide chiropractic adjustments; and complete their schools required coursework.
The intern preceptorship program is an educational program, not an employment program. Neither the preceptor nor the intern should view involvement in the program as an employment arrangement, and the preceptor should not be dependent upon the intern for office coverage. Both the preceptor and the intern understand the intern has no entitlement to a job at the conclusion of the preceptorship. Interns participate without financial compensation. We are credentialed to host students from Palmer College of Chiropractic, National University of Health Sciences, and PEAK with Life University.