The Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (National) Limited (CAA) is the peak body representing chiropractors.

An underlying principle of chiropractic is “healthy spine, healthier life”. By offering expert drug-free spinal health care and lifestyle advice, chiropractors help Australians lead and maintain healthy lives.

With approximately 3,000 members, the CAA is the largest chiropractic health body in Australia, and coordinates its efforts with its 8 autonomous CAA state & territory organisations.

 

CAA Board

CAA National Board 2016The National Board conducts the affairs of the day to day management of the Association and generally meets five times each year.

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CAA Branches

mapAs part of the peak body representing chiropractors in Australia, eight CAA branches manage specific state-based areas of responsibility.

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PoliciesChiropractic definitions approved and/or endorsed by the CAA National Board.

thumb-core-valuesView the CAA Core Purpose, Vision Statement, Mission and Core Values.

codeofethicsThe CAA Code of Conduct publicly sets out the values of the Profession and what society can expect from it.

advocacyThe CAA Policy/COR Committee meets to confirm, amend and/or expand the policies to accurately reflect the members’ views and attitudes.

Parliament houseThe CAA and its state associations advocate on behalf of chiropractic, the chiropractic profession and the Australian population, to ensure they have cost effective, equitable, high quality and safe healthcare.

Hands shaking to represent the organisations CAA is associated withThe CAA enjoys strong relationships with a diverse range of related organisations internally and domestically.