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Context of the Curriculum

A - Gray’s Anatomy, Guydon’s Physiology, Boyd's Pathology and other textbooks to be used as references and sources of necessary scientific information to empower the students with the “greatness of the fellow within” rather than inflating their ego with what they think they know.

B - Emphasis on “doctor” as “teacher” with the Doctor of Chiropractic degree representing the chiropractor as being a “teacher of a Philosophy of Life & Health”

C - Constant reminder that all “information” learned about the human being, its physiology and pathology is like a drop of water to the world’s oceans compared to the “knowledge” of the wisdom and intelligence that designed and created the human being in the first place.

D- Developing humbleness rather than arrogance in the face of information and knowledge acquired.

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