- one whose occupation is the practice of chiropractic.
Origin of chiropractor
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Examples from the Web for chiropractor
Turns out it is Kinesio tape, a stretchy cotton tape designed by a Japanese chiropractor to support injured muscles.The Olympics’ Most Colorful New Trend: Kinesio Tape
August 9, 2012
His father, Ed, is a chiropractor, and his parents raised their three sons in a devout Christian household.Aaron Rodgers: the NFL’s Best Quarterback of All Time
January 15, 2012
And viewers certainly must have wondered why a Miami chiropractor was relevant to this election.Charlie Crist's Last Gasp
October 20, 2010
Levy recounts how she herself went to a chiropractor in 2002 to seek help with a stiff shoulder she had developed in her sleep.
After seeing a chiropractor, however, she suffered a stroke.
Word Origin and History for chiropractor
1904, agent noun in Latin form from chiropractic (q.v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper