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The FCPAA is Fighting to Integrate chiropractic physicians into the healthcare system as specialists and primary care providers with full prescriptive rights.
As an international association, we invite members fom every state to join at no charge.
Please become a member today and join us in our fight for your expanded rights. The FCPAA is the frontrunner in fighting for your expanded rights.
We now have individual state/country associations under the umbrella of the FCPAA (International) in most all states of the USA and in 4 countries.
These state/country associations are all united under the FCPAA to help spread the word that it is time to expand your rights as a physician.
If you would like join the FCPAA or any of our daughter associations, please click the "member registration" tab and fill out the form. Be sure to make a note, noting which association you are joining or you can go directly to the association you want to join by clicking the tab on the left of any one particular association.
To start a daughter association in your state please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The FCPAA is not in competition with the ACA. We are helping the ACA indirectly. While the ACA is busy tweaking the challenges with CCE and Medicare, the FCPAA is and will be helping individual states/countries with their challenges of expansion.
I do not need to tell you of the progress other professions are making towards their expansion of their rights. Even physical therapists are now introducing legislation toward prescriptive authority.
If we miss the boat now we may be left behind and lose the opportunity we now have to help solve the problem of the shortage of primary health care providers.
Please join us today in the fight to expand your rigths.....It's FREE and we need you to help if we are going to win this war.
Roderic Lacy, MD DC CEO