The Colorado Chiropractic Association was formed in 1917 as a professional association representing Colorado doctors of chiropractic. The CCA has since set the pace in the area of self-regulation by initiating regulatory legislation, working to enforce the highest professional and ethical chiropractic practice standards, and keeping its members informed regarding important research and innovative chiropractic techniques.
In 2017, the CCA celebrated its Golden Anniversary, becoming 1 of only 5 state chiropractic associations to reach the milestone.
In addition to the information given daily over the telephone to the public, the CCA offers an extensive patient referral network, referring nearly 1,500 people to doctors of chiropractic in their communities each year.
The CCA has been instrumental in monitoring and passage of crucial legislation strengthening and protecting consumer rights and the rights of the chiropractic profession as a whole.
Colorado doctors of chiropractic are required to complete a minimum of 15 continuing education hours annually. The CCA sponsors approximately 150 hours of credit each year on a variety of topics in order to facilitate the completion of this requirement, and to enhance the professional capabilities and knowledge of its members.
The CCA, Chiropractors Elevating Healthcare for Over a Century!