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Overview

State associations advocate for their members and the profession, as well as educate members about upcoming legislation and other impactful issues. They may assist chiropractors in networking with other doctors, and in creating strategic partnerships that improve patient care. They may offer discounts on particular products and services to members.  

This portion of the guide contains as many state associations as we could locate. We have also included Washington, D.C.  If the association does not have a web presence, contact information is listed instead.

Below are some additional useful links regarding state associations.

 

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Chiropractic State Associations: AL-MS

ALABAMA through MISSISSIPPI

Chiropractic State Associations: MO-WY

MONTANA through WYOMING

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