In politics nothing is ever as it seems.
Even to those spinning the stories.
What is certain is that political bodies serve their members first, with principles and ideals coming in a distant second or even third.
The chiropractic political system is no different.
The only possible way for chiropractic to come first in the equation is if the mission and objectives of the political body are congruent with the mission and objective of chiropractic.
So what do you do when you have a confused profession such as chiropractic with four national associations here in the U.S., all with different missions and objectives?
It’s quite simple really.
You join the IFCO.
Steve Tullius, D.C., ACP
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