Chiropractic Excluded from National Healthcare Plan

Yellen-Shiring, Gene
July 2009
ACA News (American Chiropractic Association);Jul2009, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p8
In this article the author comments on the actions of some chiropractors in endorsing chiropractic as a part of the National Healthcare Plan. He is discouraged about the response of some doctors of chiropractic on the result of ChiroVoice registrations that indicate few members and financial supporters. It adds that in the February's National Chiropractic Legislative Conference, Senator Tom Harkin pledges to do everything to ensure that chiropractic would be a part of national healthcare reform.


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