Recommended Links

Below you will find third-party sites and resources. If you have a favorite resource that’s not included in the list, please let us know.

Alumni Associations
  • Cleveland Chiropractic College Alumni Association
    To join the Alumni Association, call 800-969-2701 or email The membership year is from Homecoming to Homecoming.
  • Life University Alumni Association
    LUAA’s mission is to support Life University by empowering and enriching the lives of its students, alumni, friends and faculty worldwide; while utilizing a deep conviction of Lasting Purpose. Graduates of Life University and former students who were enrolled for one or more quarters shall be considered to have membership in the AALU. Membership is free.
  • Palmer Alumni Resources
    If you’re a graduate of any of Palmer College’s three campuses, you’re automatically a member of the PCCAA. There’s nothing to sign or pay, just plenty of benefits available for you. Alumni Office (800) 722-2586, Ext. 3 (563) 884-5612
  • University of Western States Alumni
    Alumni Benefits and Services: free online resume builder continuing education discount UWS bookstore 10% discount Portland area hotel discounts subscription to quarterly alumni newsletter UWS alumni email address UWS library access access to CSPE Protocols, Care Pathways, and clinic forms (via Alumni Portal)
Chiropractic Colleges
  • Chiropractic Colleges Directory
    Worldwide listing of Chiropractic Colleges maintained by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards Use the links to either view a comprehensive list of colleges for each accrediting body or visit the accrediting body’s website.
  • Cleveland Chiropractic College
    The Cleveland mission is to provide strong student-centered academic and professional education with a focus in the areas of life sciences and health promotion through education, scholarship and service.
  • D’Youville College
    D’Youville offers the first chiropractic program in a liberal arts college setting and truly integrated with traditional healthcare fields. The department of chiropractic of D’Youville College, through quality academics, research, scholarship and service, prepares future and existing doctors of chiropractic as primary health care practitioners, and spinal specialists, and for a significant role among the health professions.
  • Keiser University
    The Doctor of Chiropractic program at Keiser University is a rigorous professional program consisting of ten semesters of study which are completed over 40 months. It combines traditional lectures with small group learning, weekly conferences and seminars, laboratory and experiential sessions, and clinical training opportunities at a number of sites. All coursework includes case-based relevancy for chiropractic practice as a portal-of-entry profession dedicated to excellence in spine care.
  • Life University
    The mission of Life University’s College of Chiropractic, centered on the Vertebral Subluxation Complex, is to educate, mentor and graduate skilled and compassionate Doctors of Chiropractic to be primary care clinicians, physicians, teachers and professionals, using the University’s Eight Core Life Proficiencies as their foundation.
  • Logan University
    Logan University Mission: Logan University is a diverse and engaging community committed to excellence in health sciences, education and service, guided by integrity, commitment and passion. Vision: Logan University will be recognized nationally as a community of lifelong learners inspired to lead a life of significance. Values: Logan empowers all community members and holds each accountable. Logan strives to maximize performance in others and ourselves. Logan is agile and innovative. Logan acts with respect, compassion and integrity. Logan promotes evidence-informed, learning-centered communities. Logan seeks and supports diversity in people, programs and ideas. Logan provides service to the University and to the local, state, national and international communities.
  • National University of Health Sciences
    National University prepares students to become first-contact, primary care physicians fully qualified to diagnose, treat, and manage a wide range of conditions. We believe a superior education starts with an evidence-based, broad-scope curriculum emphasizing integrative medicine.
  • Northeast College of Health Sciences
    It’s a journey. A professional degree earned at Northeast College of Health Sciences over 10 trimesters, leading to a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.). Core sciences. Evidence-informed clinical practice. Leading-edge research. Time-honored adjustive techniques. Step-by-step growth. Discovery. Obstacles. Guides and mentors. Clinical opportunities. Mastery.
  • Northwestern Health Sciences University
    Northwestern Health Sciences University prepares and serves the next generation of professionals and leaders to become vital contributors to the delivery and advancement of health care. Our mission is accomplished through educational excellence, innovative research, evidence-informed patient-centered care, public health advocacy and collaborative community engagement.
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic
    The mission of Palmer College of Chiropractic is to promote learning, deliver health care, engage our communities and advance knowledge through research.
  • Parker University
    Our 10-trimester doctor of chiropractic degree program has a rigorous, comprehensive curriculum. And our integrated clinical experience and emphasis on research provide a competitive education, setting up our students to be industry leaders. But in addition to high educational standards, we also require compassion, commitment and drive towards service.
  • Sherman College of Chiropractic
    The mission of Sherman College of Chiropractic is to educate and prepare students to become doctors of chiropractic focused on the analysis and adjustment of vertebral subluxation.
  • Southern California University of Health Sciences
    The Los Angeles College of Chiropractic has been educating future chiropractors for over 100 years. Our evidence-based, whole-person approach to practice and our University-wide commitment to interprofessional education set our graduates apart. SCU’s curriculum is built around interprofessional collaboration so you can gain both essential clinical chiropractic skills and vital new perspectives to advance your career. Located in one of the most vibrant areas of the country, SCU gives students the benefits of learning and practicing in culturally and clinically diverse settings. In addition, SCU offers multiple paths to customize your academic experience with 22 credits of electives that include courses in Sports Medicine, Eastern Medicine, Functional Medicine, Diagnostic Imaging, and more, allowing you to customize your education to best fit your interests and career goals.
  • Texas Chiropractic College
    Texas Chiropractic College teaches the leaders in alternative health care. Our Doctors of Chiropractic begin their journey with a solid foundation at our Pasadena school. TCC understands the value of combining technical learning with a hands-on approach and throughout our 100 years, we partner with approximately 30 local hospitals to offer our students the best learning experience. At TCC, our students and faculty are a close-knit group that supports, encourages and learns from each other. With nearly 300 students on campus, our community networks and forms bonds that last as our doctors begin their career as a chiropractor.
  • University of Bridgeport
    Since 1991, University of Bridgeport’s School of Chiropractic (UBSC) has offered exceptional resources for students wishing to pursue a career in chiropractic care. As we continue to enhance our facilities, provide robust clinical experiences, and treat the public in our UB Clinics, it is our core values that allow us to continue to maintain a high caliber education for our students that ultimately leads to graduate success time and time again. University of Bridgeport’s School of Chiropractic (UBSC), Doctor of Chiropractic degree program prepares students to be primary health care providers. Each student is educated to diagnose patients, care for the human body in an evidence-based manner, and integrate their care within the larger health care system.
  • University of Western States
    The mission of the University of Western States is to improve the health of society and advance the science and art of integrated health care through leadership and excellence in health sciences education, service, and the enhancement of knowledge through research and scholarship.
Chiropractic Research Materials
  • Clinical Compass (CCGPP)
    The mission of the Clinical Compass is to improve patient outcomes by advancing evidence – based care in an effort to transform healthcare through knowledge translation. The Clinical Compass collaborates with every major chiropractic organization, many states and their respective associations, individual chiropractors, as well as other healthcare providers interested in providing the best, most evidence based care to their patients. Participation and process are as transparent as possible and a diverse cross-section of the chiropractic profession is represented.
Frequently Asked for Links
  • Alaska Medicaid Fee Schedule
    Fee Schedules and Covered Codes for Providers in the State of Alaska Fees listed on this page apply only to services rendered within the State of Alaska. Select the Reimbursement for Out-Of-State Providers link above for out-of-state fees. Updates to the Fee Schedules occur frequently and revisions are published in Remittance Advice messages. The Alaska state fiscal year (FY) runs from July 1-June 30. Unless otherwise noted, the fee schedule and/or covered codes documents below are effective July 1.
  • Alaska Medicaid Provider Enrollment
    If you would like to become a Provider for the Alaska Medical Assistance Program, you can do so by completing an application online. If you are applying with a federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN), please complete and submit the Group Provider Enrollment Application. Please click FAQs for information on enrollment requirements based on provider type. If you have any questions regarding the application process or are not able to complete the online application, please contact Xerox Provider Enrollment Unit at (800) 770-5650 or (907) 644-6800 during business hours from Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM AKST. FAQ – Instructions – To access Group Provider Enrollment and Individual Provider Enrollment, click on link and select Provider Enrollment under Quick Links.
  • Alaska Medicare Fee Schedule – Noridian
    Noridian Health Care Solutions – Jurisdiction F – Medicare Part B Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming A fee schedule is a complete listing of fees used by Medicare to pay doctors or other providers/suppliers. This comprehensive listing of fee maximums is used to reimburse a physician and/or other providers on a fee-for-service basis. To ensure our provider community has access to the most current fee schedules used by Part B providers, select the appropriate Noridian or CMS link(s) from this page.
  • Alaska VA – Tri-West Health Care Alliance – Region 5
    Thank you for joining the Community Care Network (CCN) through TriWest Healthcare Alliance! Read for more details on CCN Region 5 (Alaska) and TriWest. The CCN is part of the next generation of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) community care for Veterans and will be replacing PC3. TriWest has been selected as the third party administrator for CCN Region 5, which is the state of Alaska. We are honored to have this opportunity to continue partnering with VA in serving Alaska’s Veterans. Above, please find more information about VA’s CCN, TriWest, and the network you have joined, or would be joining. Please take a moment to review the Alaska Appendix to the TriWest Provider Contract Provisions. If you have any questions about your participation in CCN, please feel free to email us at or call 866-286-4174. We look forward to partnering with you and your team.
  • CMS – Medicare Physician Fee Schedule 2021
    This website is designed to provide information on services covered by the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS). It provides more than 10,000 physician services, the associated relative value units, a fee schedule status indicator and various payment policy indicators needed for payment adjustment (i.e., payment of assistant at surgery, team surgery, bilateral surgery, etc.). The Medicare physician fee schedule pricing amounts are adjusted to reflect the variation in practice costs from area to area. A geographic practice cost index (GPCI) has been established for every Medicare payment locality for each of the three components of a procedure’s relative value unit (i.e., the RVUs for work, practice expense, and malpractice). The GPCIs are applied in the calculation of a fee schedule payment amount by multiplying the RVU for each component times the GPCI for that component.
  • EmpowerChiro – VA Credentialing Chiropractors
    Phone 800-819-9571 or fill out their Join Network form at for more information – Make sure to let them know you are a chiropractor in Alaska – Region 5. Credentialing is taking 60-75+ days so it’s important to get started on this process as soon as possible if you want to continue to treat Veterans when TriWest rolls out the Community Care Network come July 1. UPDATE 04/06/2021 – EmpowerChiro has streamlined the process – go to to complete an application to file a TriWest only application.
National Organizations
  • American Chiropractic Association
    The ACA is a professional organization representing Doctors of Chiropractic. Its mission is to preserve, protect, improve and promote the chiropractic profession and the services of Doctors of Chiropractic for the benefit of patients they serve. The purpose of the ACA is to provide leadership in health care and a positive vision for the chiropractic profession and its natural approach to health and wellness. On behalf of the chiropractic profession, we accomplish our mission and purpose by affecting public policy and legislation, by promoting high standards in professional ethics and quality of treatment and by carrying out a dynamic strategic plan to help ensure the professional growth and success of Doctors of Chiropractic.
  • Congress of Chiropractic State Associations
    ChiroCongress’ mission is to provide service to member state associations through an open, nonpartisan forum that allows collaboration to further advancement of the chiropractic profession. While state laws, economies and regional practice styles differ in the chiropractic profession, all state associations face the same basic challenges. We believe that by providing a platform for state associations to network, we can better support one another toward the common goal of providing the best treatment and resources for those administering and seeking chiropractic care.
  • Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards
    The FCLB serves as a non-profit clearinghouse and forum for the discussion of important regulatory issues. The annual conference and district meetings provide an opportunity for a healthy exchange of ideas and viewpoints, as well as unified adoption of resolutions protecting the profession’s examining regulatory standards and ultimately the consumer public.
  • Foundation for Chiropractic Progress
    Founded in November 2003 by Kent S. Greenawalt, CEO, Foot Levelers, Inc., the not-for-profit Foundation of Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) educates the public about chiropractic care through positive press.
  • International Chiropractors Associations
    Vision – To empower humanity in the expression of maximum health, wellness and human potential through universal chiropractic expression and utilization Mission – To advance chiropractic throughout the world as a distinct health care profession predicated upon its unique philosophy, science, and art.
  • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
    The National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, including its International Board of Chiropractic Examiners, is the international testing agency for the chiropractic profession. The NBCE develops, administers and scores standardized exams that assess knowledge, higher-level cognitive abilities and problem-solving in various basic science and clinical science subjects.
  • Providers of Approved Continuing Education – PACE
    View PACE approved courses for continuing education.

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