Nursekaren3535, I do not see anywhere in the OP's post about him wanting to take all online classes and wanting to take the "lazy" way. The OP specifically inquired about how the clinical experience was. IMO, this means the the OP truly wants to learn the skill it takes to be a nurse.
In regards to chiropractic, you may have had a bad experience in the past but please do not put all chiros into one group of subluxation chasers. The OP never mentioned a word about subluxation and clearly stated that they only treat musculoskeletal pain. This is evidence based practice.
Usually I do not respond to these posts, but I am a chiro who is going to back to an accelerated program to obtain my nursing degree. Many chiros do this because they do not want to take a short cut and want to do things the right way. I do not feel that I will be jeopardizing public safety once I obtain an NP. If you do not like the online NP programs maybe your frustration should be taken out on those programs instead of the people actually going through them.
OP, feel free to message me on here if you are still considering going back to school and I would happily tell you about clinicals. I would be happy to discuss more with you.