Chiropractic Professional's Association: When is it Working?
Written by Editor   
Friday, September 30, 2016 12:00 AM

When does the state chiropractic association conduct its work?

  • The state chiropractic association works, in some capacity, at all times.  There is usually some volunteer, staff member, contractor, or executive or administrative officer working on behalf of the association at all times of the day.  There are communications, publications, and more that are quietly working when people are not.
  • Volunteer association leadership is always evaluating and seeking solutions to the problems facing the profession.
  • Association staff works full time to carry out the policy of the board of directors – the regionally elected leadership and the “at large” executive leadership elected by the members.
  • Associational regional districts operate to provide opportunities for DCs voice their concerns, problems, desires and objectives.
  • Associational statewide meetings several times per year share information and provide educational opportunities.
  • Your state chiropractic association is always working on your behalf.  Make sure that you are supporting your association on behalf of yourself, your family, your staff, and your patients.