Retaining and Graduating Minority Students in Chiropractic Colleges

September 1, 2021

By 2050, it is predicted that racial minorities will account for more than half of the U.S. population, according to the United States Census Bureau. However, the chiropractic profession is not representative of the national population regarding sex and race:...

Addressing Social Health Disparities with Community-Focused Care

August 3, 2021

By Cassie LaJeunesse Healthcare professionals are used to treating patients with comorbidities—simultaneous health conditions that can make patients more susceptible to further health problems. But ACA member Michael Ingui, DC, MAS, FIANM (pictured), shares that those comorbidities can be more...

Addressing Social Health Disparities with Community-Focused Care

August 3, 2021

Healthcare professionals are used to treating patients with comorbidities—simultaneous health conditions that can make patients more susceptible to further health problems. But ACA member Michael Ingui, DC, MAS, FIANM (pictured), shares that those comorbidities can be more than what we...

International Manual Therapies Conference Set for May 2022

June 9, 2021

The International Consortium on Manual Therapies (ICMT) and its conferences are for manual therapy practitioners with inquisitive minds who are not afraid of asking questions. The ICMT is for practitioners who are willing to work together, through the challenges of...

Rural Health Disparities and the Chiropractic Solution

May 25, 2021

Americans living in rural areas often have higher incidences of disease or disability, higher mortality rates and lower life expectancies, all of which indicate health disparities—differences in health when compared to the overall population. James J. Lehman, DC, MBA, recently presented a webinar titled “Rural...

Do You See ME? Ableism and Ageism in Health Care

May 19, 2021

Aging and disabled populations face special challenges in the healthcare arena, both as patients and as practitioners. To shed light on how doctors of chiropractic can work more effectively with these groups, Karen Konarski-Hart, DC, MSDPEM, FACO, FICC, DAAPM, will...

Students: Your Future Career in Sports Chiropractic Starts Today

April 13, 2021

Many students in chiropractic colleges across the nation find the field of sports chiropractic alluring but are often unsure or unaware of steps they can take to set themselves up for success in the profession. While there are countless routes...

VA Chiropractic Residency: Applications, Interviews, and Matching

March 17, 2021

Last year on March 16, Match Day, I got accepted into the Veteran’s Affairs (VA) of Western New York Healthcare System chiropractic residency program. Selection of VA chiropractic residents is done through a standardized process, but like me, you may still wonder...

Virtually No Excuse Not to ‘Engage’ This Year

January 12, 2021

Live and Recorded Education Options Offer Flexibility to Engage 2021 Attendees Annual meetings are much anticipated in the association world, as members gather from across the country for professional development, advocacy and networking opportunities. However, with COVID-19 preventing large, in-person...