About The Doctor & Staff
Dr. Teresa Davies, D.C. has been working in the
chiropractic field for over 20 years.  After graduating from
Alderson-Broaddus College in West Virginia in 1991, she
returned to her hometown of Annapolis, Maryland.  There
she was able to use her Sports Medicine degree within a
local chiropractors office.  After 7 years as a Licensed
Chiropractic Assistant, she decided it was time to go back to
school and
become the doctor.  She then spent the next 4
years at Palmer Chiropractic College-West, in San Jose,
California.   Knowing she didn't want to stay in California, Dr.
Davies started taking long weekend trips all over the country.
Trying to find the right place to raise her two daughters and
start a new practice.  Colorado won their hearts. In January,
2005, they opened their doors to the Boulder County
community.
Dr. Davies also enjoys the beach, reading, fishing, skiing,
boating and traveling.
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What does it take to become a Doctor of Chiropractic?
Most chiropractic colleges require a bachelors degree before being considered for entrance into
their program. The following chart is a comparison of classes required before sitting for your final
National Exam and State Examination. It also compares the clinical sciences requirements of
Chiropractic and Medical Doctors:

Subject                             Chiropractic Hours* (minimum) Medical Hours* (minimum)
Anatomy/Embryology                      532                                                  321
Physiology                                       213                                                 118
Pathology**                                     269                                                 174
Chemistry                                        108                                                 100
Microbiology                                    118                                                103
Diagnosis***                                   429                                                 229
Neurology                                        194                                                 145
X-ray                                                306                                                 104
Psychology/Psychiatry                      47                                                 244
Obstetrics & Gynecology                  41                                                 380
Orthopedic                                        90                                                   38
Total Hours                                    2347                                               1918

*The class hours for basic science comparisons were compiled and averaged following a review of curricula of
chiropractic colleges and medical schools, based on the 1998 Curriculum Directory, published by the American
Medical Association (AMA).
**Pathology includes Geriatrics and Pediatrics
***Includes E.E.N.T. and Dermatology

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