ACA is the peak body representing chiropractors and with over 3,000 members, the ACA is the largest chiropractic health body in Australia.
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Making their Mark
As we all know, chiropractors play an integral role in the healthcare system in Australia. The contribution made to the wider healthcare community and to the research base is vital in enhancing the stance of the profession and making an impact on the healthcare establishment.Read more
Building the Evidence Base
It is well understood that there is a need for more high-quality chiropractic research and to this end, the ACA maintains a robust commitment to supporting research and the evidence base.Read more
Meeting the Next Generation of Chiropractors
Orientation Week (‘O’ Week) is an exciting time to introduce the incoming chiropractic students to the Association and the profession.Read more
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Connecting Kids SymposiumRead more
Sports Chiropractic Symposium 2021Read more
ACA Conference 2021Read more
As the peak body representing chiropractors, the Australian Chiropractors Association (ACA), along with its predecessors, has been supporting chiropractors and enhancing health for 80 years.
- We hold a seat at the table with government, regulators and bureaucracy
- Receive substantial discounts with Guild Insurance, the provider of choice
- ACA’s flagship public education campaigns shine a positive light on chiropractic
- Building the evidence base through the ACORN project and PhD candidates
- Keep informed of the latest updates and news within the chiropractic profession
- Receive discounts on ACA events including the Annual Conference and webinars
- Network and engage with like-minded professionals in niche areas of chiropractic
- Receive expert advice in human resources, employment conditions, law and more
Clinical & Interest Groups
AICE Sports & Exercise
Do you have an interest in working with athletes? The Sports & Exercise Clinical Practice Group coordinates sports chiropractic care at community, state and national level sporting events and also provides support to members who work with sporting teams. Read more
For exclusive access to the latest research and technology breakthroughs in this area, the Neurorehabilitation Clinical Practice Group this group continues to meet the growing enthusiasm by practitioners interested in clinical neuroscience. You can be at the forefront of these exciting developments by being a part of this group. Read more
AICE Pain Management
The Pain Management Clinical Practice Group aims to provide clinical and academic leadership in the field of pain management and focusses on current pain science topics and how to develop knowledge and skills to assist people in pain. Read more
Women in Chiropractic
This special interest group was developed to provide support, leadership, mentoring and empowerment to female practitioners, as they face unique challenges in practice. Join your fellow colleagues in supporting and uplifting one another. Read more
AICE Wellbeing & Lifestyle Management
Through constant collaboration and latest research, if you’re interested in wellbeing and lifestyle management then be at the forefront of promoting and integrating evidence-based nutrition into chiropractic as well as research into wellbeing, disease prevention and health promotion. Read more
Focusing on the chiropractic care of children from birth to 18 years, the Paediatrics Clinical Practice Group aims to enhance the expertise and skills of chiropractors as well as facilitate optimal development of children their families and communities. Read more
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Rural and Remote Practitioner Network (ARRPN), is working to unite the profession through advocacy, support and promotion through communities, private practice as well as multidisciplinary teams. Read more