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Social Media


Social media is a great way to stay informed and network with ACA members and colleagues in chiropractic from around the world. ACA is active on several social media platforms -- friend us and follow us to stay abreast of key news, information and updates. 

Chiropractors can also encourage their patients and friends to follow ACA's public-focused channels to learn more about chiropractic services and receive seasonal health tips and information on preventing and treating pain and injury. 


Follow ACA on Twitter to stay up to date on news from the association and the chiropractic profession. 

Follow John Falardeau, ACA Sr. VP for Public Policy and Advocacy, as he tweets from Washington about politics and legislative issues that concern chiropractic. Follow Falardeau @ACAontheHill

Join the conversation about specific ACA-related topics via the following hashtags:

#Chiropractic1st – Paired with chiropractic facts, statistics and research that show the effectiveness of and reason for using alternative approaches to pain management, such as chiropractic, before resorting to other riskier, more invasive therapies.

#JMPTThe Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT), the most respected and widely read chiropractic science journal in the world 

#MedicareEquality – Updates on ACA's major grassroots campaign to enact federal legislation that would achieve full physician status for doctors of chiropractic in Medicare.

#SACANation – News and information for members of the Student ACA (SACA), a professional organization representing chiropractic students.


Like ACA on Facebook to receive regular updates on professional development dates and details, member news, and key legislative/advocacy alerts.


Follow ACA's LinkedIn page for career-focused updates from the association.


Follow ACA on Instagram to receive photo highlights from the association on your mobile device.


Visit ACA's YouTube channel to watch videos from NCLC and updates from ACA's payment policy and advocacy department.