August 4, 2011 — The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) announced that the following organizations have demonstrated their support for ACA’s mission to advance the chiropractic profession by joining the association as corporate members.
Comfort Motion Technologies LLC: developed Vehicle Seat Multi-Position technology that automates subtle changes in a driver’s seat position while traveling, relieving pressure points, reducing tissue fatigue, and improving circulation.
Drucker Labs: manufactures and distributes nutritional supplements that are available exclusively through healthcare practitioners. Its products contain only carbon-bond organic trace minerals, enriched with a unique polymer known as fulvic acid.
MD-Online, Inc.: is a healthcare technology company (accredited by the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission) that works closely with providers, payers, and others to ease electronic healthcare transactions between multiple parties.
Science Based Nutrition (SBN): helps train doctors to develop, manage, and market their chiropractic nutrition practice. SBN’s natural health solutions use a thorough laboratory analysis to create specific recommendations for each patient in a report that everyone can understand.
Visual Outcomes: provides software for healthcare practices. It provides infinite configurations, fully integrating administrative and marketing tools, business drivers and controls, product sales and management, clinical efficiencies, research tools, and health system connectivity.
ACA’s Corporate Membership Program provides partner companies a way to demonstrate meaningful support for the chiropractic profession while also increasing their profile within the chiropractic community. ACA connects its partner companies to the entire spectrum of ACA members — not only chiropractic physicians, but also thousands of chiropractic students with years of practice ahead of them and chiropractic assistants who make many purchase decisions.
Corporate member dues, in turn, help ACA continue its many initiatives aimed at advancing the chiropractic profession and expanding access to care for patients.
“Doctors of chiropractic bear the burden of juggling expert patient care with the demands of running a business,” said ACA President Rick McMichael, DC. “Building bridges between doctors of chiropractic and companies with products and services that can help meet their practice needs is good for everyone.”
To learn more about ACA’s corporate member program, visit www.acatoday.org/pdf/Corporate_brochure.pdf.
Source: American Chiropractic Association, www.acatoday.org