Welcome to the Georgia Chiropractic Association!
Comprised of chiropractors from across the state, we are dedicated to providing high-quality continuing education and legislative support for the chiropractic profession. Your membership will help us continue our mission of a strong, thriving chiropractic community in our state.
Support Senate Bill 164
The Georgia General Assembly is in session, and GCA is supporting S.B. 164, which would ensure copays for chiropractors would not exceed those of primary care physicians. The bill passed the Georgia State Senate 51-1. Click here to find your Georgia State Representative and ask him or her to vote YES on S.B. 164, too!
Looking for a Great Associate D.C.?
Life University is hosting a Career Fair 4 Life April 20 from 2-5 PM. This is a great opportunity to meet some bright new D.C.s or soon-to-be graduates. Click here to register.
GCA Supports Expanded Medicare Reimbursement
GCA supports doctors of chiropractic being fully reimbursed within their scope of practice. The ACA has an initiative to expand Medicare coverage to cover all services D.C.s provide within their scope. Please click here to support expanded Medicare coverage of chiropractic.
How Chiropractors Help Attorneys
This article from the James Publishing Attorney Education Center outlines how chiropractors can be of assistance to attorneys in a personal injury practice.
Your Membership at Work
GCA's Insurance Committee has set up a strategy for protecting YOUR MedPay payments. This strategy is available to MEMBERS ONLY. To access the strategy, click here, click on the Insurance and Medicare Community and ask to join. Contact the GCA office at 770-723-1100 if you have trouble logging in.
The Georgia Chiropractic Association represents the entire chiropractic community in Georgia and is committed to the promotion and improvement of health and wellness. GCA has been serving doctors of chiropractic and their patients by promoting legislation, hosting educational programs and providing information and resources since 1912.