The ICPA respects each individual's right to make informed, conscious health care choices. This is in accordance with the AMA's Code of Ethics on Informed Consent.
The ICPA recognizes Evidence-Informed Practice to be a thoughtful integration of the best available research, coupled with clinical state and circumstance, and patient preferences and actions. Read our Research Director's commentary on Evidence-Informed Practice
The ICPA holds that the Webster Technique is a specific assessment and diversified adjustment for all weight-bearing individuals and is utilized to enhance neuro-biomechanics in that individual. The ICPA does not endorse the use of Webster’s as a treatment for fetal malposition or in-utero constraint. Read about the Webster Technique
The ICPA occasionally takes a position on specific published claims based on our review of the research literature and clinical expertise. Read our Research Responses
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