What can you do with a health science degree?

A health science degree can allow you to study for a variety of jobs and careers. Disciplines include:

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•  Physiotherapy
•  Occupational Therapy
•  Nursing
•  Exercise Science
•  Chiropractic
•  Community Health and Rehabilitation
•  Physiotherapy
•  Nutrition
•  Osteopathy
If you are passionate about technology or science, and about helping others, a career in health science can offer a wide range of opportunities. Health science degrees are developed to deliver the core skills and understanding needed to pursue and succeed in these challenging and rewarding careers. Those studying it play a vital role in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a huge number of medical conditions, as well as in rehabilitation.
We spoke to student, Cathi Telle who studying a health science degree in chiropractic at the Angle-European College of Chiropractic (AECC) in Bournemouth:
“Chiropractic to me is lifelong learning, as it gives you the possibility to treat a variety of different patients with different complaints. Now in my final year treating patients in the AECC clinic, I can say that I definitely made the right decision in choosing coming here to study.
The AECC was my choice for many reasons, including the size of the college and great student environment, but above all, I wanted to study for a degree that gives a comprehensive learning experience. Studying at the AECC with people of different nationalities and a different background made me also learn a lot about myself. I applied to present my research project to the Chiropractic, Osteopathy & Physiotherapy Annual Conference and I won the first prize for my research poster. It was a great experience and reward as I had put a lot of effort into my project.”

Cathi Telle, Current AECC chiropractic student.

Studying with the AECC

Chiropractic is a highly respected primary healthcare discipline that places an emphasis on the examination, diagnosis and management of problems and/or conditions that can affect the spine, muscles or extremity joints of the body.
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Chiropractors have the skills to diagnose and treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, with patients often reporting progress after a single treatment. Becoming a chiropractor gives you excellent prospects as one of the most rewarding healthcare professions in existence today; practitioners enjoy flexibility of working environments and locations as well as good earning potential on graduation.   
The AECC offer a five year chiropractic degree that combines practical and theoretical learning and is accredited by the General Chiropractic Council and the European Council on Chiropractic. Graduates are fully-qualified chiropractors, with the ability to diagnose and treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

Anglo-European College of Chiropractic