Alberta celebrates 100 years of chiropractic
By Canadian Chiropractor staffFeatures Leadership Profession
The Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors (ACAC) is celebrating its centennial year and asking chiropractic patients to share stories of healing and their experiences with chiropractic.
“The story of chiropractic does not only belong to chiropractors; it belongs to every Albertan positively impacted by chiropractic,” the ACAC said in a statement. “It belongs to patients and families whose lives have been improved with chiropractic care. It belongs to health-care professionals who work tirelessly and collaboratively with chiropractors to ensure a healthier Alberta. It belongs to neighbours, community members, organizations and businesses who work alongside chiropractors to create and support healthy communities.”
As part of the group’s centennial celebration, it is encouraging the public to send in their chiropractic stories for a chance to win some great prizes, including a grand prize package valued at $350.
Stories can be submited through the ACAC centennial celebration page.
Also part of this year’s celebration is the ACAC Centennial Gala Dinner and Dance, to be held Saturday, May 13th, at the Calgary Commonwealth Centre in Calgary. Tickets are $55 per person.
More details about the gala dinner and how to purchase tickets are on the ACAC website.
All practicing and retired chiropractors across Canada are welcome to join the gala dinner event.
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