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Chiropractors Salary in Rhode Island - RI

Chiropractor Salaries in Rhode Island

In the United States, spending on Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAM) is increasing and, in fact, reached 33 billion dollars in 2009.  In Rhode Island, pursuit of CAM therapist is also on the rise. In addition, current trends in shortages of general practitioners have caused an increase in the demand for practitioners who can supplement traditional medical care. In Rhode Island, with a population of one million people, chiropractors can offer enhancements to conventional medicine as well as maintain their own practices for patients who choose to self-refer.

The average chiropractors salary in Rhode Island is $63,000. Salary averages for some of Rhode Islands major cities are:

  • Providence: $64,000
  • Warwick: $64,000
  • Cranston: $65,000
  • Pawtucket: $65,000
  • East Providence: $64,000

Rhode Island spends more on health care per person than the national average and has an uninsured population percentage lower than the national average. This means that residents of Rhode Island seek health care practitioners regularly and that demand for practitioners is high.

Practitioners of chiropractic medicine can increase their earning potential with additional certifications or licenses, such as physiotherapy. Chiropractic physicians in Rhode Island have the opportunity to open their own practices, or work collaboratively with other chiropractors, or with physicians and physical therapsits.


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