The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress embraces a mission of generating positive press for the chiropractic profession and increasing public awareness to the many benefits associated with chiropractic care.
The Foundation's public awareness campaign consists of monthly press releases, advertorials, public service announcements, advertisements (print, radio, television), and partnerships with high profile spokespeople.
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- F4CP continues to achieve record breaking media coverage!
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"The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress is exactly what the Chiropractic profession needs. Every Chiropractor should support this effort. Its success will impact greatly the future growth of our practices and our profession. Join us in making it happen."
- Fabrizio Mancini,
President Emeritus, Parker University
"I am supporting the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress because I believe it is the right strategy, at the right time for the profession. The combination of people, perspectives, interests and hopes embraced by the Foundation are the most promising I have seen in the last thirty years. Being a part of this effort didn't take a second thought."
- Gerry Clum, DC
President Emeritus, Life Chiropractic College West
"The Congress of Chiropractic State Associations is a strong supporter of the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress. Their mission of positive press for the profession is an opportunity that cannot be missed and I encourage all state associations and doctors, students and vendors to get behind them with monthly contributions."
- Jeff Fedorko, DC
Past President, COCSA
"WE'RE IN because this campaign delivers to the public billions of positive messages about chiropractic care. This successful effort deserves the support of everyone in our profession. Join us as monthly contributors to the Foundation."
- Keith Overland, DC
President, American Chiropractic Association
- Gary Walsemann, DC
President, International Chiropractors Association