We are so pleased that you have made the decision to become a member of the Idaho Association of Chiropractic Physicians (IACP). We firmly believe that your decision to take an active role in the association that works to support you, showcases your commitment to chiropractic, your fellow colleagues, and your patients. As you bring health and wellness to your patients throughout the State and Region, we are here to provide you with information, assistance, partnerships and education opportunities that will help build your business for the long-term. If there is additional information that you would like to see showcased on our site, please do not hesitate to let us know what additional information you might be seeking, and we will make it available to you and your fellow members.
You must obtain obtain eighteen (18) hours of of scientific clinics, forums, or chiropractic study that are approved by the Idaho State Board of Chiropractic, within the previous twelve (12) months before requesting renewal of your license. Six (6) hours of those 18 hours can be taken online or in distance learning manner. More information can be found here.
Idaho has a broad scope of practice with in-network and and out of network insurance options available to physicians practicing within the State of Idaho.
1) Do you have your license? Visit this site for more information.
3) Are you looking for an associate position? Visit our Classifieds or Visit our Job Boards
The American Chiropractic Association (ACA), is the largest professional association in the world representing doctors of chiropractic. The ACA provides lobbying, public relations, professional and educational opportunities for doctors of chiropractic, funds research regarding chiropractic and health issues, and offers leadership for the advancement of the profession.
The Association of Chiropractic Colleges includes and represents all Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) accredited colleges and programs which serves its institutions and their students, the profession and its patients, and the public by advancing chiropractic education, research and service.
The Congress of Chiropractic State Associations is a not-for-profit organization consisting of state chiropractic associations. The mission of the Congress is to provide an open, nonpartisan forum for the promotion and advancement of the chiropractic profession through service to member state associations.
The Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE) is the agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education for accreditation of programs and institutions offering the doctor of chiropractic degree.
The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) is the premier international resource for professional regulation stakeholders. CLEAR was conceived as a resource for any entity or individual involved in the licensure, non-voluntary certification or registration of the hundreds of regulated occupations and professions.
The Councils on Chiropractic Education International (CCEI) is an organization of chiropractic accrediting bodies worldwide. CCEI is committed to excellence in chiropractic education through emphasis on quality in its Model Core Chiropractic Accreditation Standards, and by aiding in the development and recognition of new accrediting bodies in geographic regions where such agencies are not currently recognized.
The purpose of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB) is to protect the public and to serve its member boards by promoting excellence in chiropractic regulation.
The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress embraces a mission of generating positive press for the chiropractic profession and increasing public awareness to the many benefits associated with chiropractic care.
The honorary society representing all DCs who have been official participants at Olympic or regional Games (e.g, PanAm, etc.) as National team Doctors, or NGB Doctors.
The mission of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association is to provide education, training, and support research on chiropractic care in pregnancy and throughout childhood because all children need chiropractic care.
The mission of the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) is to advance chiropractic throughout the world as a distinct health care profession predicated upon its unique philosophy, science, and art.
The Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics is one of the specialty departments of the International Chiropractors Association. Established in 1993, the Council is a membership organization designed to bring together doctors of chiropractic with a special interest in caring for children and pregnant women and providing them with opportunities, resources, and support to enhance their professional development and expand their clinical skills.
A non-profit wiki site developed to bring the state of the art articles on all aspects of Chiropractic, Alternative and related professions to the public and to the profession. Interpreting research, and linking to known resources as a one stop shop for DCs, students, and the world at large.
The World Chiropractic Alliance is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and strengthening chiropractic around the world. Serving as a “watchdog” and advocacy organization, it places emphasis on education and political action.
The World Congress of Chiropractic Student (WCCS) is an international forum representing the chiropractic profession. Active membership consists of over 28,000 students from 32 chiropractic colleges.
The voting members of the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC) are national associations of chiropractors in 85 countries. The WFC represents them and the chiropractic profession in the international community.