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5 Things to Know About Earning an Associate of Arts Degree
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Earning a college degree will broaden your horizons and give you a tremendous sense of pride about what you achieve. However, if you are considering college, make sure you explore all of your options. A four-year, bachelor's degree is not the right step for everyone. You've got to determine what's right for you, and maybe that's an associate of arts degree (A.A.).

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Becoming a Chiropractor: Understanding All 3 Phases of Care
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When you take an in-depth look at earning a doctor of chiropractic degree, you'll find out there's actually three phases of chiropractic care. The phase of care depends on the patient's current conditions. Here are the three phases of care:
1. Acute care to relieve pain
2. Corrective care to increase or optimize physical function
3. Long-term wellness care that includes activities, services, and guidance.

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A Real-life Degree: Fieldwork Experience in Occupational Therapy Assistant Courses
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If what you want is a job where you've already done a lot of the actual "doing" while you're in college, an occupational therapy assistant (OTA) job could give you the career you seek. By choosing an accredited occupational therapy assistant degree program, you'll find that fieldwork experiences are built into the two-year degree plan.

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