The CPA’s aim is to raise funds for chiropractic research. Information on chiropractic and several case studies of people who have benefited from treatment.
Professional Chiropractic Associations
This is a UK-wide statutory body with regulatory powers, established by the Chiropractors Act 1994. It’s purpose is to protect the public by establishing and operating a scheme of statutory regulation for chiropractors, to set the standards of the chiropractic profession, to ensure the development of the profession and to promote chiropractic as contributory to the health of the nation. The GCC Register opened on 15 June 1999. From the 14 June 2001 the title of ‘chiropractor’ has been protected by law and it is a criminal offence for anyone to describe themselves as a chiropractor (whether expressly or by implication) if not registered with the GCC.
The college provides ongoing education (Continuing Professional Development) for qualified chiropractors.
Contains useful links to other chiropractic related sites.
Their mission is to reduce acute and chronic pain to its least possible level, to restore physical functioning by increasing activity levels and to decrease the psychological impact of pain on the person.