The Education of an Atlas Orthogonist

The Atlas Orthogonist is a fully accredited, licensed Doctor of Chiropractic. He or she has undergone a minimum of three to four years of undergraduate studies, followed by four or more years of intense training in such subjects as: Anatomy, Physiology, Radiology and many others. Upon successful completion of these studies, they are then qualified to receive their Doctor of Chiropractic degree.

The Atlas Orthogonist concentrates his post graduate studies on the cervical spine. This investment of time equips the doctor with a wealth of knowledge and a capability to correct subluxations safely and effectively.


Dr. Darryl Roundy

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