Convention to take place April 11-13, 2024
Registration for the ICA 98th Annual Convention – Serving Those Who Served is now open, according to an International Chiropractors Association press release.
Set for April 11-13 at the Westin Galleria in Dallas, Texas, this year’s convention places a special emphasis on addressing the healthcare needs of veterans and their families.
“The ICA 98th Annual Convention – Serving Those Who Served is the most crucial chiropractic event of 2024!” said executive director and CEO Beth Clay. “It’s a time for fellowship among principled chiropractors and to raise awareness of the important needs of those who served in the military, now or in the past.”
In addition to the primary focus on veterans, the convention seeks to foster a sense of community and fellowship.
“We’re working to make this the event of all events, but really what it’s about is you, and we ask that you consider joining us – getting to know us so that we can get to know you,” said Selina Sigafoose-Jackson, ICA President.
“What we need more of is fellowship… camaraderie, sisterhood, brotherhood – gathering in the in-between times. We’re carving in those in-between times, allowing us to create a unique bond with one another in the connection we have with ICA members.”
The convention promises a blend of educational sessions led by renowned doctors of chiropractic sharing expert insights into patient care with a specific focus on veterans. Attendees will have the chance to hear firsthand from veterans and their families about their military service experience and the positive impact of chiropractic care.
Registration for this event is now open at icaevents.org/convention2024. Don’t miss the chance to be part of an extraordinary convention where DCs come together to learn, connect and make a positive impact on the lives of those who serve and who have served. It is an opportunity to hone your chiropractic skills, but it is also an opportunity to jump into the ICA family of chiropractic with a weekend of fellowship, food, freedom, and fun.
As Clay says, “Join us April 11-13 in Dallas – boots and cowboy hats are encouraged!”