José María Puig Sobrino, D.C.
Doctor of Chiropractic, member of the Spanish Chiropractic Association 1036
- Doctor of Chiropractic graduated in Cleveland Chiropractic College, Kansas City, U.S.A. 1997
- Graduate Course “Radiology and Image” by Dr. Terry R. Yochum, author of “Essentials of Skeletal Radiology”. Real Centro Universitario Escorial, María Cristina. 2010
- Graduate Course “Sensory Systems”. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Functional Neurology. 2013
- Graduate Course “Cranial Nerves”. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Functional Neurology. 2016
- Graduate Course “Vestibular Systems”. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Functional Neurology. 2016
- Graduate Course “Cerebellar Cortices”. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Functional Neurology. 2017
- Graduate Course “Lobes of the Brain”. Carrick Institute for Graduate Studies. Functional Neurology. 2017
- SOT (Sacro Occipital Technique)
- Thompson technique
- Cox Flexion-Distraction technique
- Activator Method
- Private Practice since 1997
- Private practice at Cleveland Chiropractic Health Clinic 1996-1997
Dr. Puig is a member of:
- Spanish Chiropractic Association - AEQ,
- European Association of Chiropractic- ECU,
- Word Federation of Chiropractic - WFC
Doctors of chiropractic undergo a rigorous education in the healing sciences, similar to that of medical doctors. In some areas, such as anatomy, physiology, rehabilitation, nutrition and public health, they receive more intensive education than their MD counterparts.
Like other primary health care doctors, chiropractic students spend a significant portion of their curriculum studying clinical subjects related to evaluating and caring for patients. Typically, as part of their professional training, they must complete a minimum of a one-year clinical-based program dealing with actual patient care. In total, the curriculum includes a minimum of 4,200 hours of classroom, laboratory and clinical experience.
This extensive education prepares doctors of chiropractic to diagnose health care problems, treat the problems when they are within their scope of practice and refer patients to other health care practitioners when appropriate.
One of the main problems that the profession faces in Spain is the intrusion of individuals with no diplomas but still work as DC’s. When you visit a chiropractor in Spain make sure he/she is truly a Doctor in Chiropractic.
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