Good governance includes transparency and accountability and is a key ACA objective.
ACA Policies and Statements reflect the members’ views and attitudes.
ACA’s vision is that more Australians value and experience the benefits of chiropractic care.
ACA’s Code of Ethics publicly sets out the values and expectations of the Profession.
Take a look at our timeline below, highlighting some of these pivotal moments.
View our Reconciliation Action Plan as a commitment to closing the gap.
Join ACA and add your voice to a strong and established membership.
ACA supports and nurtures student members on their chiropractic journey.
AICE provides advanced learning pathways in the practice of chiropractic.
Network with practitioners with similar interest and access exclusive resources.
We are the Association supporting your profession. Who is supporting you?
View a complete list of all ACA events, including seminars and webinars
Our in-person seminars are a great way to learn and connect with fellow peers
Keep up to date with online educational webinars on a variety of topics
Connecting Kids Symposium 24-25 June 2023 Fremantle
Sports Chiropractic Symposium 5-6 August 2023 Adelaide
17th WFC Congress 11-14 October 2023 Gold Coast.
Find events from other providers around the country and overseas.
View the latest classifieds, locum register and calendar of events.
The ACA Podcast explores the science, art, philosophy and politics of chiropractic.
ACA Preferred partnerships offer members a range of exclusive benefits.
Keep up to date with the latest news through The Australian Chiropractor.
Access Risk Management and Transition to Practice recordings and resources.
ACORN, a practice-based research network program on chiropractic.
ACA offers scholarship funding for PhD and MRes students in Australia.
Available to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students.
Recognising exceptional work in the field of chiropractic research.
Back Complaints in Elders: Chiropractic – Australia (BACE:C-A) study.
Nurtures and supports emerging young researchers.
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