About the ICPA

The ICPA is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to advance chiropractic by establishing evidence informed practice, supporting excellence in professional skills and delivering educational resources to the public. It fulfills this mission by engaging and serving family chiropractors worldwide through research, training and public education.

 

ICPA CURRENT HAPPENINGS:

Research:
The ICPA continues to spearhead research in the field of chiropractic family wellness. We have new PBRN's for you to participate in!

The ICPA Practiced Based Research Network (PBRN) is the largest, most successful PBRN in the profession.

Read about our PBRN here. 

View all current projects and past year publications here.

 

Training:
The ICPA classes are taught from the salutogenic perspective, with great emphasis placed on clinical, hands on application. Check out our 2016-2017 locations here.

 

 

Remember, license renewal is applied for at all locations and doctors are invited to attend any individual class for CE credit. Search here by date or here by location for classes in your area.

View our entire curriculum and meet our instructors here

 

Public Education:
Pathways is more than a magazine, its a movement! Pathways is expanding awareness of The chiropractic family wellness lifestyle internationally.

When you participate in our free, successful Pathways Connect, (PC) community outreach program, your practice is positioned as the expert for family wellness and listed on the Pathways site here.

Contributing Membership: Our contributing membership benefits are unprecedented! You cannot afford to miss out on these educational opportunities. View all benefits here.

Share the wealth ...invite your colleagues to join us ...together we can change the course of chiropractic.

ICPA Current Honorable Donors:

 

We are so grateful for our contributing members and affiliates who find creative ways to donate to the ICPA. Thank you for your continual support to the ICPA mission! Please view our honored donors here

Make an investment in the ICPA here. All donations support our extensive Research and Public Education endeavors.

Another way to donate with no cost to you is through Amazon's Newest program for non-profits, Amazon Smile. Simply visit this link, put in ICPA, Inc and every time you purchase from Amazon, ICPA will receive a percent.

Also, If you make GoodSearch your default search engine, ICPA, Inc gets dollars for clicks!

ICPA 2015-16

Seminar Calendar

Locations:
Ann Arbor, MI

Atlanta, GA

Chicago, IL

Columbus, OH

Dallas, TX

Daytona, FL

Denver, CO

London, England

Los Angeles, CA

Minneapolis, MN

Overland Park, KS

Philadelphia, PA

Portland, OR

Puerto Rico

San Francisco, CA

Spartanburg, SC

St. Louis, MO

Syracuse, NY

Vancouver, BC

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June Seminars


June 4-5, 2016
Puerto Rico

Stephen Marini, DC
Neuroimmunology: Patterns of Interference

June 4-5, 2016
Los Angeles

Armand Rossi, DC
The Essentials Of Chiropractic Care For Children

June 4-5, 2016
London

John Minardi, DC
Neurology of the VSC & Thompson Technique 2

June 4-5, 2016
Portland

Research PBRN I
Clinically Based Research Requirement

June 4-5, 2016
Daytona

Michael Hall, DC
Developmental Neurobiology

June 4-5, 2016
Dallas

Anthony Carrino,DC
Bridging The Gap Between Crisis Care and Optimal Function

June 11-12, 2016
Ann Arbor

Joel Alcantara, DC
Research: Evidence Informed Practice

June 11-12, 2016
Minneapolis

Drew Rubin, DC
Pediatric Alphabet Soup: ASD, ADHD, LD, PDD, SP...what they mean and how to care for them

June 11-12, 2016
Nova Scotia

Armand Rossi, DC
The Essentials Of Chiropractic Care For Children

June 11-12, 2016
Spartanburg

Liz Anderson-Peacock, DC
Transforming Practical Experience to Family Practice

June 11-12, 2016
Columbus

Research PBRN I
Clinically Based Research Requirement

June 11-12, 2016
Atlanta

Michael Hall, DC
Developmental Neurobiology

June 18-19, 2016
Syracuse

John Minardi, DC
Neurology of the VSC & Thompson Technique 2

June 18-19, 2016
Denver

Peter Kevorkian, DC
Mastery of Chiropractic Principles and Practice

June 18-19, 2016
Vancouver

Michael Hall, DC
Developmental Neurobiology

June 25-26, 2016
St Louis

Anthony Carrino,DC
Bridging The Gap Between Crisis Care and Optimal Function

June 25-26, 2016
Chicago

James Thompson, DC
Techniques: Thompson and Logan

June 25-26, 2016
London

Drew Rubin, DC
Pediatric Alphabet Soup: ASD, ADHD, LD, PDD, SP...what they mean and how to care for them


July Seminars


July 2-3, 2016
Portland

Research PBRN II
Clinically Based Research Requirement

July 9-10, 2016
Overland Park

Michael Hall, DC
Developmental Neurobiology

July 9-10, 2016
Dallas

Ron Castellucci, DC
Full-spine Segmental Evaluation and Adjusting

July 16-17, 2016
Minneapolis

Martin Rosen, DC
Eval & Adjusting Protocols: Correcting Primary Spinal and Cranial Subluxation Patterns

July 16-17, 2016
San Francisco

Anthony Carrino,DC
Bridging The Gap Between Crisis Care and Optimal Function

July 16-17, 2016
Los Angeles

Stephen Marini, DC
Neuroimmunology: Patterns of Interference

July 16-17, 2016
Spartanburg

James Thompson, DC
Techniques: Thompson and Logan

July 16-17, 2016
London

Michael Hall, DC
Developmental Neurobiology

July 16-17, 2016
Denver

Research PBRN I
Clinically Based Research Requirement

July 16-17, 2016
Columbus

Research PBRN II
Clinically Based Research Requirement

July 16-17, 2016
Atlanta

Drew Rubin, DC
Pediatric Alphabet Soup: ASD, ADHD, LD, PDD, SP...what they mean and how to care for them

July 23-24, 2016
Puerto Rico

Drew Rubin, DC
Pediatric Alphabet Soup: ASD, ADHD, LD, PDD, SP...what they mean and how to care for them

July 30-31, 2016
St Louis

John Minardi, DC
Neurology of the VSC & Thompson Technique 2

July 30-31, 2016
Chicago

Anthony Carrino,DC
Bridging The Gap Between Crisis Care and Optimal Function

July 30-31, 2016
Atlanta

Peter Kevorkian, DC
Mastery of Chiropractic Principles and Practice

July 30-31, 2016
Vancouver

Ron Castellucci, DC
Full-spine Segmental Evaluation and Adjusting

July 30-31, 2016
Dallas

Michael Hall, DC
Developmental Neurobiology