ICA’s Focus Conference May 1-2, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.
ICA recently announced that following its Annual Business Meeting in Atlanta it will be presenting “FOCUS” a 12 hour educational program on the Science, Art and Philosophy of Chiropractic. “For the first time,” said ICA President Dr. Michael McLean, “we are bringing together expert instructors from three of ICA’s specialty councils to present a special program focused on the SCIENCE of upper cervical procedures, the ART of pediatric and pregnancy care, and the PHILOSOPHY of chiropractic practice. These experienced speakers have much to offer and their practical and clinical lectures will be topped off with a powerful presentation by Keynote speaker and Life University President Dr. Guy Riekeman. I invite everyone, members and non-members to attend FOCUS and experience with us 12 hours of exceptional learning. For the hour by hour schedule and to register click here.
The ICA Annual Meeting is Set for April 30, 2015
Registration is now open for the Focus. Register Today!
All board members and RA's click here to register for the annual meeting. You will be required to log in. Please use your email address on file and if you do not know your password, select "forgot password" and follow the prompts to reset.
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March 4, 2015, Falls Church, Virginia: International Chiropractors Association (ICA) members from around the world have been contacting the ICA in unprecedented numbers expressing concern and in many instances outright dismay and opposition to a new effort recently taken by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), to establish a College of Chiropractic Pharmacology and Toxicology, and to promote the term "Chiropractic medicine." ICA's leadership has expressed similar concerns as it is now clear that there are forces at work within some organizations, actively promoting the incorporation of drugs into the scope of chiropractic practice. This is in clear contravention of the statement that the organizations that comprise The Chiropractic Summit--including the ACA--adopted at Seattle, Washington on November 7, 2013, which reads:
The 2015 Annual Meeting of the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) has concluded with a number of developments that will have very important implications for the next round of reform discussions. A large and growing segment of the chiropractic profession has been looking for signs of progress in CCE reform efforts and the ICA is hopeful that the decisions taken this week reflect an awareness on the part of CCE decision-makers of the importance of such reform steps.
CCE Annual Meeting Brings New Developments, Leadership Changes, But Concerns Remain
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In this issue of The Chiropractic Choice:
- Wisconsin Association Proposes Expanding DCs’ Scope of Practice to Include Drugs
- Chiropractic or Chiropractic plus Drugs by James Chestnut, BSc, MSc, DC, CCWP
- Your Flourishing Practice by Robert Hoffman, DC
- And more news, views and reviews. Click here to read.
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