Chiropractor Interview Questions
How do you think your role as a Chiropractor fits in with your role as a member of the community?
User Submitted Interview Answers
I will be able to fit in by providing health education on the importance on the spinal cord and nervous system. I can also provide care for my community, those who are in need to improve their health conditions.
As an educator and a health professional.
As a community member, I'm expected to help my community in any way that I can. As a chiropractor, I would not only be helping my community but I would also be helping my community members.
I think that I better the health of the community by showing people a better way to get healthy and stay healthy. Its not reliance on drugs that will cure, but instead a Holistic treatment plan that uses your body to heal itself. My community will be better for what me as a Chiropractor can give them as far as a better quality of life.
I offer an resource for addressing health concerns without any drugs or surgery.
In the community we want to be good Samaritans that when see someone in need we don't hesitate to provide a helping hand. For a chiropractor the foundation is the same patients come in with concerns and we look to finding out more about the patient and try to find the best approach to help then in anyway possible.
I am very much involve in the community and this role will give me an opportunity to help people beyond any limitation.
I think that a chiropractor's role in the community is as a holistic care activist and helping people of the community with their health issues.
I think it is important to see that being a Chiropractor enables myself to be a "primary care" worker, and that being a part of the community, I am essentially always on duty to help others in any way I can through my knowledge and skillset provided to me. However, besides that point, being a chiropractor as well as a member of the community should not change the way I view other people, nor should it grant me the right to tell people how to live their life. It is important to keep my work, through confidence, separate from my day to day life in the community.
I will do what ever I need to change in order to improve my chance of being accepted.