End of Days For Chiropractic Profession?

Is it time for chiropractors to begin marketing themselves as manual therapists in order to fit in to some medical model? Is the profession predominantly in favor of peddling muscle relaxers and other pharmaceuticals while performing colonics and doing foot baths? Have the colleges gotten so far out of touch with the rest of the industry that churning out student failures has become the primary business model? The doom and gloom train has left the station but someone forgot to send me a ticket.

Texas Legislature Educated on Vital Chiropractic Profession Issues

A group of more than 50 students, faculty, and staff from Parker College of Chiropractic traveled to the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas to educate the Texas Legislature on the value and credibility of the chiropractic profession. The Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA) organized the day at the capitol and encouraged chiropractors to join them in informing lawmakers. Parker representatives jumped at the opportunity to explain to legislators the training and qualifications possessed by doctors of chiropractic.

3rd Chiropractic Summit Convenes for the Betterment of the Profession

The third Chiropractic Summit was a profound success as 32 organizations and companies representing the profession came together to build a collective and coordinated front to address major challenges facing chiropractic. Leaders of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), Association of Chiropractic Colleges (ACC), International Chiropractors Association (ICA), Congress of Chiropractic State Associations (COCSA), as well as many other organizations, colleges and vendors met August 21, 2008 at the Florida Chiropractic Association (FCA) Convention in Orlando, Florida.