The British Columbia Chiropractic Association (BCCA) is the voluntary professional organization that represents BC’s chiropractors. We are dedicated to advancing the chiropractic profession through public awareness, advocacy to government, and collaborating with other health professionals to improve the lives of British Columbians.
Spine, muscle, nervous system and related conditions affect 8 out of 10 British Columbians at least once during their lifetime. Chiropractors are experts trained to diagnose the cause of pain, treat that pain, and help prevent it from coming back allowing people to lead healthy, active lives.
The BC Chiropractic profession was first legislated in 1934, and prior to that was served by the Council of Chiropractors, which was established in 1922. In 1991, the BCCA was founded as a separate member organization due to the resulting growth of doctors of chiropractic in BC.
Today, the BCCA serves to represent the province's chiropractic doctors in professional relationships with health authorities, the legal community, the public and the media.
The BCCA supports organizations in their delivery of member services or benefits to clients, as well as the development of their health related policy. This support includes available reports on health care outcomes, cost, and reduction of wage loss. The BCCA will assist in providing speakers to public events or organization's conferences. To contact the BCCA on any of these matters please contact us.
- Health Authorities
- Labour Unions