Introduction:Health care careers are in demand, and respectively salaries are high and competitive. Out of the large variety of medical careers - jobs range in skills and education - from 2-year degrees to medical doctorates.
A chiropractor is a health care professional who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of neuromuscular disorders, with an emphasis on treatment through manual adjustment and/or manipulation of the spine. They often focus on treating physical disabilities, such as back and neck problems
A dentist will diagnose and treat issues with the patient's gums and teeth. They will also educate patients on better oral care, perform root canals and even go as far as creating dentures for those in need.
These are emergency health care professionals who arrive on the scene or environment that is in need of immediate patient care, such as accidents, fires and etc. Often these will be the people that treat the patient prior to physicians and nurses. An EMT will perform basic medical practices and transport the patient to a hospital.
A nursing professional helps take care of patients and family services, to ensure that the most optimal health and services are being provided. There are three licensed, professional nursing designations: licensed practical, licensed vocation, and registered nurse.
A physician examines and treats the patient's disease, illness or disorder. They perform and analyze diagnostic tests and prescribe the best possible solution based on the diagnosis. Surgeons require additional training beyond their doctorate degree to educate on operations and the related tasks.
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