David Fletcher, DC, FRCCSS(C), officially accepts the reins as the new owner of CLA
December 19, 2011, MORRISTOWN NJ — The Chiropractic Leadership Alliance (CLA), a visionary leader in the chiropractic technologies industry, announced today that David Fletcher, DC, has officially acquired a majority position in the CLA and will immediately assume the role of Chairman and Chief Clinical Officer. Fletcher is a high profile speaker, author, and coach who has assisted hundreds of doctors around the globe to build stronger, more sustainable practices.
The CLA ‘s position as a leader in the chiropractic industry that specializes in technology, practice development, knowledge, and innovation, will be further strengthened by this move. “My vision for CLA is the same as for my practice and patients, and every doctor I come in contact with. That’s to offer the best solution that provides the best possible outcome”, said Fletcher when asked to comment.
For over 25 years, Fletcher has owned and managed one of Canada’s leading practices. Based in Toronto, he is a compelling speaker who educates doctors on efficient and profitable practice models. His vision is to enhance the CLA’s position in the market place by expanding its breath of solutions, educational services, and technology innovation.
Established in 1989 by Patrick Gentempo, DC, and Christopher Kent, DC, the CLA has a history of being on the leading edge of practice expansion and growth for the chiropractic profession. In 1993, it introduced the Insight Subluxation Station that has changed the perception of chiropractic in the minds of consumers worldwide. To date, there are over 8,000 Insights being used on six different continents by chiropractors.
“Patrick and Christopher developed a remarkable company called CLA — from its people, culture, and clients to its overall product offerings. Along with the existing management team, led by Debra Cassera, CEO and Tom Berish, COO, I will begin to take CLA to the next level,” said Fletcher.
“We will focus on the key areas every DC wants and needs, including innovative systems and an unwavering commitment to the patient. Consumers demand that their practitioner use the latest technologies, which in turn, enhances their experience and effectively educates them. Our ever-developing technologies will keep the chiropractor at the forefront of patient care and will create initiatives that position the DC for consistent growth”, continued Fletcher.
Source: Chiropractic Leadership Alliance, www.subluxation.com