April 5, 2013 — The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) announced that the Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association (NCPA), an organization of chiropractic physicians with a commitment to ensuring access to quality chiropractic, announced that it will contribute $10,000 in support of the F4CP. This brings the total contributions to $20,000. This impressive financial donation will go directly toward advancing public knowledge of chiropractic care nationwide.
“NCPA recognizes the need for increased awareness of chiropractic in its local community and nationwide,” says Lou Andersen, CEO, NCPA. “In working jointly with the F4CP, more press is generated — and our doctors are able to serve more patients. The NCPA expects with the additional support, the F4CP will be able to boost efforts and achieve greater success for the chiropractic profession.”
The NCPA is comprised of more than 500 doctors who serve to protect and promote its range of practice, enhance overall practice environment and ensure that quality care is provided to patients. The F4CP recently attended the NCPA’s spring convention and arranged for spokesperson retired Brig. Gen. Becky Halstead to address its audience. Additionally, the F4CP coordinated local media interviews for Gen. Halstead with KOIL-AM and the Omaha World-Herald, which resulted in added chiropractic coverage.
Pleased with the decision of the NCPA to support the F4CP, Kent S. Greenawalt, F4CP chairman, states, “The ability of the F4CP to establish and maintain long-lasting, positive influence on the public in regards to chiropractic is undoubtedly attributable to the support of its contributors. The F4CP greatly appreciates those organizations and individuals that help to fuel the success of the campaign, and looks forward to further advancing the knowledge and utilization of chiropractic care.”
Source: Foundation for Chiropractic Progress, f4cp.com