As the leading voice of the chiropractic profession, ACA’s insights and opinions are sought and acted upon in the halls of Congress, at federal regulatory agencies and in the White House.

ACA’s active and effective advocacy efforts focus on vital issues, including improved access to chiropractic services for patients, inclusion of chiropractic in national health care reform and chiropractic participation in the National Health Service Corps.


S. 4042/H.R. 2654, live in the U.S. Senate and House right now, would provide chiropractic coverage in Medicare for millions of America’s seniors. Patients will benefit when chiropractic physicians can practice to the fullest extent of their state licensure.

The bill adds no new services to Medicare. It simply allows patients to see a DC for services already covered and included in their state license.

The Time is NOW – Ask Congress to Support S. 4042/H.R. 2654:

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ACA-PAC is the voice of chiropractic in the political arena. The goal of the committee is to support the election of pro-chiropractic incumbents and candidates to the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives through grassroots activities, communications and direct financial contributions. The work of ACA-PAC is funded entirely by voluntary contributions from ACA members.