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American Black Chiropractic Association, DC

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Houston, TX 77217 (4 other locations)
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About American Black Chiropractic Association DC

American Black Chiropractic Association, DC is a doctor primarily located in Houston, TX, with other offices in Oakland, CA and Atlanta, GA(and 3 other locations). His specialties include Chiropractor. He speaks English.

Locations

American Black Chiropractic Association has 5 locations

American Black Chiropractic Association - P.O BOX PO Box 12663 Houston, TX 77217
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American Black Chiropractic Association - Oakland 5715 MARKET ST Oakland, CA 94608
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American Black Chiropractic Association - Atlanta 3910 Cascade Rd SW Atlanta, GA 30331
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American Black Chiropractic Association - Mundford 76 Tabb Dr Munford, TN 38058
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American Black Chiropractic Association - Crestwood 13657 Cicero Ave Crestwood, IL 60418
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Specialties

American Black Chiropractic Association has the following 1 SPECIALTIES

  • Chiropractor

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The American Black Chiropractic Association (ABCA) meets annually at its National Convention, which changes locations according to regional rotations.

The ABCA was founded in 1981 by Dr. Bobby Westbrooks, a practicing Chiropractor in St. Louis, Missouri, who had the vision to empower African American doctors and students in chiropractic.

Dr. Westbrooks recognized that many African Americans were unfamiliar with the benefits of chiropractic care and that chiropractic colleges struggled to attract minority students into their programs.  This caused schools to continually have a significantly low enrollment of African American students.  The result was a significantly low number of African American graduates, and ultimately communities of color underserved by the opportunities and benefits of chiropractic.

Dr. Westbrooks realized there was an immediate and ongoing need for minority supportive services in the chiropractic profession.  He founded the American Black Chiropractic Association (ABCA) with just a handful of doctors of African American descent.  He hoped to achieve some of his goals through the ABCA and to share these goals with some of his colleagues and friends.

The ABCA's first convention was held in St. Louis, MO in 1981 with just 17 people in attendance.  Many agreed the most important aspect of that first convention was the networking between doctors and students.  Since that time the ABCA has held an annual national convention every year, bringing together doctors, students, and supporters of chiropractic from around the nation and several other countries in a personal and professional environment.

Over the years the ABCA has inspired, educated, and connected countless doctors with a sense of family and mentored hundreds of chiropractic students.  Most chiropractic college campuses have an active student chapter of the ABCA.  Each year scholarships are awarded through the Harvey Lillard Scholarship Program.  The ABCA also contributes to regular chiropractic career fairs to encourage African American students to consider chiropractic as a career choice.

The ABCA has not forgotten its humble beginnings.  Today, despite its expanded scope, the organization continues to be mindful of the original objectives set forth by Dr. Westbrook.