Radiology lab at Macquarie Chiropractic School

The Radiographic Positioning laboratory within the Macquarie University Chiropractic School contains actual X-ray equipment that allows the student to simulate radiographic positioning and image capture without exposing students to ionizing radiation.

 Macquarie Chiropractic School
Study chiropractic science at Macquarie University

Students simulate radiographic procedures both from the patient’s perspective and also from the operator’s perspective on one of four different X-ray machines.

Once they have established competencies in radiographic positioning, Macquarie chiropractic students move into the Outpatient Clinics where, under supervision, they assist in the taking of patient radiographs.

The Radiographic Learning laboratory also provides an X-ray reading library with viewing stations so that students may improve their diagnostic skills and report writing. The laboratory contains more than 1,200 pathological cases that allow students to develop further pattern recognition and problem solving.

All Outpatient’s Clinics are equipped with modern high-frequency X-ray facilities. The X-ray Unit at the Epping Clinic also contains teaching facilities for 15 students at a time to receive practical training in spinal and peripheral radiography as well as darkroom experience.

Bachelor of Chiropractic

Program: Bachelor of Chiropractic Science
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Rolling admissions

Master of Chiropractic

Program: Master of Chiropractic
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent upon candidate’s background)
Application deadline: Rolling admissions


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