Background

The Council of Chiropractic Acupuncture, (CCA) is dedicated to promoting excellence in the chiropractic profession by providing world class educational opportunities  in the field of chiropractic acupuncture. The CCA is a non-profit organization established in 2005. Its mission is to educate knowledgeable and effective chiropractic practitioners in the art, science, and philosophy of chiropractic acupuncture. In providing educational opportunities for the chiropractic profession, the CCA organizes, advertises, and provides educational opportunities to enhance the quality of care delivered to patients and provided by the chiropractic profession.  The CCA is dedicated to promoting high standards of competence and preserving the integrity of using acupuncture as an adjunct therapy to chiropractic care.

All educational programs offered by the CCA are based on guidelines of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) policies relating to the use of chiropractic acupuncture, (taken directly from the ACA policies).   www.acatoday.org.

FOR IN DEPTH REVIEW, PLEASE REFER TO THE AMERICAN CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION POLICY ON THE FOLLOWING:

▪   Chiropractic Definition – ACA Master Plan

▪  Chiropractic Disciplines

▪  Chiropractic Practice and Procedures

▪  Chiropractic Medicine

▪  Chiropractic Principle

▪  Diplomate Definition

▪  Diplomate Programs

▪  Code of Ethics

The CCA strictly adheres to all ACA policies.

State Credit:

Decisions regarding recognition of successful completion of CCA (Council of Chiropractic Acupuncture) rest with individual state licensing boards. Recognition will be sought and published before the classes are offered.  Any questions should be directed to the board of each individual state.

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