The BCCA offers many benefits to its members. Some major advantages include enhancing the chiropractic profession through public awareness, research, healthcare system, and government; as well as discounted practice services. Learn more about the benefits of membership and how BCCA serves you below.
Qualifications to Practice as a BC Chiropractor
In British Columbia, you must be registered with the College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC) to practice chiropractic, please visit the CCBC website to learn about the registration process if you are not already registered.
BCCA offers several categories of membership:
- Student member (free)
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd-year graduate member (discounted membership rate sponsored by BCCA)
- Full member
- Adjunct member (those belonging to another provincial association, an academic institution etc.)
- Retiree member (for those who have retired from the profession)
Please note that in order to qualify for membership and professional liability insurance with the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (CCPA) you must first be a BCCA and CCA member.
To learn more about how to become a BCCA member please contact us at (604) 270-1332 or toll-free at 1 (866) 256-1474.
DC Demographics and Statistics
Choosing where to practice is an important decision that includes integration and participation in your chosen community. For those considering relocation, or planning to move to B.C., practice information related to population demographics and the number of chiropractic doctors in B.C. communities are available to assist in your future practice choice. Please sign up for BCCA membership to access this member benefit.