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Table 1 Demographic data from doctors of chiropractic with a diplomate in pediatrics (n = 135)

From: Practice patterns of doctors of chiropractic with a pediatric diplomate: a cross-sectional survey

  Total
Female- n (%) 103 (73.6)
Not Hispanic or Latino- n (%) 131 (93.6)
Race: White- n (%) 130 (92.9)
Marital Status- n (%)  
   Married 111 (79.3)
Hours/Week spent working- n (%)  
   ≤ 10 hours 10 (7.1)
   11-19 hours 15 (10.7)
   20-29 hours 33 (23.6)
   30-39 hours 58 (41.4)
   40-49 hours 15 (10.7)
   ≥ 50 hours 4 (2.8)
Gross Annual Income- n (%)  
   ≤ $81,000 45 (32.1)
   $81,000 - $200,000 53 (37.9)
   ≥ $200,000 27 (19.3)
Number of Patients Seen/Week- n (%)  
   < 50 28 (20.0)
   50-99 45 (32.1)
   100-149 30 (21.4)
   150-199 14 (10.0)
   ≥ 200 15 (10.6)
Size of community  
   City 50 (35.7)
   Suburb 44 (31.4)
   Small Town 18 (12.9)
   Rural 23 (16.4)
Years in Practice- mean (SD) 14.6 (7.61)
Highest non-chiropractic educ- n (%)  
   Bachelor Degree 92 (65.7)
   Higher Degree 8 (5.7)
Other Diplomate  
   Yes 9 (6.4)
   Working 13 (9.3)
Institution DC degree- n (%)  
   Palmer College of Chiropractic- Davenport 65 (48.1)
   Life University (Life College) 6 (4.4)
   National University of Health Sciences 7 (5.2)
   New York Chiropractic College 8 (5.9)
   Northwestern Health Sciences University 8 (5.9)
   Others 41 (30.4)