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Year, State Incorporated: 1965, Texas
Stated Purpose: "To provide qualified students a patient-centered educational program leading to the Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. The curriculum promotes the development of the student's attitudes, knowledge, and skills required of a chiropractor serving the public as a primary care physician. Operating within the highest levels of professionalism, the college is also committed to serving the needs of the students, the profession and the public through leadership, scholarship, research, patient care and service activities in the field of chiropractic."
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The BBB processed a total of 1 complaint(s) about this business in the last 36 months, our standard reporting period.
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