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Why choose medfuture for Chiropractor jobs

With a strong reputation as a leading medical recruitment agency, Medfuture offers numerous benefits and support for Chiropractors seeking opportunities in the New Zealand healthcare system.

Medfuture has established connections with a wide network of hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities across New Zealand. This extensive network allows them to provide access to a range of job opportunities in various locations, ensuring that Chiropractors can find positions that align with their career aspirations. Medfuture ensures a smooth transition and settling into the New Zealand healthcare system.

Furthermore, Medfuture values the professional growth and development of Chiropractors. They offer access to educational resources, training programs, and networking opportunities to enhance clinical skills and knowledge.

By choosing Medfuture, Chiropractors can benefit from their expertise, extensive network, personalized support, and commitment to their success in starting a rewarding career in New Zealand.

Area of Speciality

Pediatric Chiropractic: Specializing in treating infants, children, and adolescents, addressing issues related to growth, development, and various pediatric conditions.

Sports Chiropractic: Focusing on the treatment of sports-related injuries and enhancing athletic performance by optimizing musculoskeletal function.

Geriatric Chiropractic: Providing care to the elderly population, addressing age-related musculoskeletal issues and promoting overall well-being.

Pregnancy Chiropractic: Specializing in the care of pregnant women, focusing on issues related to pregnancy, labor, and postpartum health.

Neurology and Functional Neurology: Concentrating on the neurological aspects of chiropractic care, often dealing with complex neurological conditions and rehabilitation.

Rehabilitation Chiropractic: Specializing in rehabilitation following injuries or surgeries, emphasizing exercises and therapies to restore function.

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology: Specialization in diagnostic imaging techniques to complement chiropractic assessments, such as X-rays, CT scans, and MRI scans.

Nutrition and Dietary Counseling: Integrating nutritional counseling and dietary recommendations into chiropractic care plans to support overall health and wellness.

Chiropractic Orthopedics: Specialization in orthopedic assessments and treatments, often involving more complex musculoskeletal conditions.

Holistic Chiropractic: Emphasizing a holistic approach to care, considering the overall well-being of patients, including physical, emotional, and lifestyle factors.

Chiropractic Neurology: Focusing on the relationship between the nervous system and the spine and applying neurological principles to chiropractic care.

International Medical Graduates

New Zealand does not have a formal registration or licensure process for chiropractors. However, the practice of chiropractic is governed by professional organizations, and to work as a chiropractor in New Zealand, international medical graduates (IMGs) must typically follow these steps:

Qualification Assessment: The first step for IMGs interested in practicing chiropractic in New Zealand is to have their qualifications assessed. The Chiropractic Board of Australia (CBA) and the New Zealand College of Chiropractic (NZCC) typically assess international qualifications to determine eligibility. The specific requirements and assessment process may change, so it's crucial to contact the relevant authority for the most current information.

Immigration and Visa Requirements: IMGs must ensure they have the appropriate visa to work in New Zealand legally. You can visit the New Zealand Immigration website or contact the New Zealand Immigration Service for information on visa requirements.

Professional Association Membership: Chiropractors in New Zealand often join professional associations, such as the New Zealand Chiropractors' Association (NZCA) or the Chiropractic Association of Australia (CAA). Membership in these organizations can provide support, networking opportunities, and access to continuing education.

Clinical Competence: IMGs are generally expected to demonstrate clinical competence and proficiency in chiropractic techniques. They may need to pass practical assessments or examinations conducted by the NZCC or other relevant authorities.

Practice Regulations and Ethics: Chiropractors in New Zealand must adhere to professional standards and ethics. IMGs must be familiar with and adhere to the professional codes of conduct and practice regulations established by the relevant chiropractic organizations.

Continuing Education: Like chiropractors trained in New Zealand, IMGs are typically required to engage in ongoing professional development and continuing education to stay updated with current practices and advancements in the field.


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