The Board of the College works hard to represent those licensed professionals who have successfully completed approved animal chiropractic certification programs and who are dully qualified and licensed in their respective states.
On our website, you can find information regarding our mission statement, objectives, goals, membership, approved education programs, and our Articles and Bylaws.
We are committed to education and growth. As one of our founders once stated, “We will accomplish this with teaching based on love, the spirit of discovery, and a commitment to give. We will bear the burdens of the pioneer so that the path will be clearer and straighter for those that follow. We know that the foundations we create will influence animal chiropractic care for the generations of animals and humans to come. We understand that our time here is but brief, yet the ultimate truth in chiropractic is universal, enduring and significant.”
Over the last decade, there has been a tremendous transformation and expansion here at CoAC. We have grown into an international, standardizing, and accrediting organization throughout North America, Europe and Latin America, and we continue to grow!
The mission of the College is to promote excellence in integrated animal health care through the development of the art and science of animal chiropractic utilizing research, education, and service to the public, in order to alleviate suffering and improve the quality of life of our animal patients.
Objectives of the College to fulfill its mission are:
- Establish the standards for post-graduate training and education for licensed Doctor of Chiropractic and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, in animal chiropractic.
- Promoting the College as a primary organization representing excellence in animal chiropractic to the veterinary profession, the chiropractic profession, and the public.
- Acting as the agency by which veterinarians and chiropractors are certified in animal chiropractic.
- Encouraging and supporting research in animal chiropractic and the dissemination of the results of these investigations in order to continually improve the profession.
- Offering continuing educational opportunities for members, other chiropractors and veterinarians, and the public.
- To educate the chiropractic profession, the veterinary profession, and the general public on the benefits and scientific validation of animal chiropractic.
- To achieve a ‘Non-for-Profit’ status as a 501-c-3 Corporation.
If you have any questions, please contact us.