The Arizona Association of Chiropractic is a volunteer run organization. The Doctors that sit on the Board as well as on the Committees are all volunteers that freely donate time from their private practices and lives to make the AAC and all AAC sponsored events possible. The AAC believes that continuing education should be conveniently accessible to our local chiropractors as well as affordable. We are able to keep Seminar costs down due to the time & resources volunteered by our doctors that sit on the Board and the Committees.
The funds received from our Annual Convention, Seminars as well as Membership Dues are used for furthering Chiropractic Initiatives throughout the Sate of Arizona as well as to provide Continuing Education Seminars and some of our free workshops.
Our Seminars, Convention and low member rates are all possible because of our doctors who have volunteered to participate on Committees & Board, or the delegates and some of our speakers providing select seminars free or at a steeply discounted cost to benefit all of the Chiropractors in the State of Arizona.
If you would like to learn more about how you can volunteer your time to help your Chiropractic Community, please call or email our office.
The Arizona Association of Chiropractic advocates the position that chiropractic is a distinct and separate healing art and science. Chiropractic is a non-invasive principle and practice consisting essentially of the science of adjustment, manipulation and treatment of the human body in which vertebral subluxations and other mal-positioned articulations and structures are adjusted, manipulated or treated, improving neurological integrity and bio-mechanical physiology.
The Arizona Association of Chiropractic believes the individual practitioner has the right to examine, analyze and/or diagnose the human living body and its diseases by any method taught by an accredited chiropractic college and to use any other method of examination or therapeutics taught by any accredited chiropractic college for which the practitioner holds licensure/certification.
The Arizona Association of Chiropractic is not affiliated with any other state association, yet maintains affiliations with both the ACA and the ICA. The AAC does encourage its members to join a national organization of his or her own personal choice. The AAC further believes the individual practitioner’s use of any and all procedures herein described should be entirely up to that individual, based on his/her own philosophy of practice.