Join Hands on India’s Humanitarian Expedition

From February 2024, Hands on India extends a warm invitation to chiropractors of all backgrounds, ranging from seasoned professionals to those soon-to-be graduates eager to embark on an extraordinary humanitarian mission. This unparalleled opportunity invites you to be part of a life-altering journey to India, where you’ll provide essential basic healthcare and chiropractic treatment to those who need it most.

Since its inception in 2006, Hands on India has been unwavering in its commitment to providing care to the residents of the Siliguri region. Beyond the occasional disruptions due to unforeseen challenges like the pandemic, the initiative has consistently delivered vital support to those in need. By becoming a part of this mission, you’re promised not only a profound professional experience but also personal growth that transcends ordinary boundaries. In the company of an exceptional team of chiropractors, participants venture into a world of continuous learning, selfless giving, and transformative self-discovery.

With a dedicated team consisting of approximately 30 individuals, including chiropractors and chiropractic assistants, Hands on India’s expedition is aimed at delivering invaluable care to those in need, administering thousands of treatments during the intensive 10-day trip.

Hands on India is actively searching for both seasoned chiropractors and fifth-year students to bolster their mission. For recent or soon-to-be graduates, this is a golden opportunity to jump-start your chiropractic career, as you will gain up to a year’s worth of experience in a mere ten days. Moreover, you can rely on the unwavering guidance and support of experienced chiropractors who are deeply committed to mentoring and assisting newcomers in the profession.

This mission beckons you to be a part of an awe-inspiring experience that will etch an indelible mark on your life’s tapestry. It’s a chance to make a difference that you’ll treasure forever.

To learn more about the Hands on India humanitarian mission or to express your interest, reach out via email at or visit