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Chiropractors Salary in Texas - TX

Chiropractor Salaries in Texas

As Americans become health conscience, alternative and noninvasive medical treatments are beginning to gain popular acclaim. As a result, more chiropractors are needed to promote and demonstrate naturalistic approaches to patient care. The Texas Workforce Commission has reported that chiropractors will encounter a surge of employment from 2006 to 2016. During this ten-year period, the number of chiropractors practicing in Texas is expected to leap from 2,900 to 3,650, signifying an astounding 25.9% growth rate!

Most licensed chiropractors work in an office environment. Approximately half of all chiropractors work in private offices while about 38% work in offices of other health practitioners in Texas. While many chiropractors open up practices in smaller communities, sometimes areas of high population densities can offer greater job opportunities because more health care facilities that employ chiropractors exists there. Therefore, chiropractors searching for jobs in Dallas, Houston, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington, Corpus Christi, Plano, Laredo, Lubbock, and Amarillo could land distinguished positions at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Memorial Hermann Hospital, CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital, and Baylor Medical Centers.

Presently, the average chiropractor salary in Texas is $62,000/yr. However, professionals that continue to expand their private practice, work in conjunction with other medical experts, and continue to gain specialized training (internal disorders, diagnostic imaging, nutrition, etc…) may earn salaries well over $100,000/yr. Here are the average chiropractor salaries for the five largest cities in Texas:

  • Houston:  $63,000/yr.
  • San Antonio:  $53,000/yr.
  • Dallas:   $60,000/yr.
  • Austin:   $57,000/yr.
  • Fort Worth:  $53,000/yr.

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