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The American Chiropractor

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The American Chiropractor (TAC) was established in 1979, for the past more than three decades since its founding by chiropractor and patriarch, Dr. Richard Busch Jr., The American Chiropractor has been family-owned and operated with the utmost care and attention to detail. Its editorial direction is still personally shepherded by a new generation of Busch chiropractors. So The American Chiropractor is a publication that is "by chiropractors, for chiropractors."

The American Chiropractor is dedicated to "the Continuing Education and Advancement of the Chiropractic Professional," providing the highest quality articles and resources month after month and year after year to the chiropractic community, for the development of each of its readers and of the profession as a whole.

In 2009, TAC increased its circulation by 40%, so that The American Chiropractor is now read by fully over 80% of the practicing chiropractors in the US. This makes it one of the nation's most popular chiropractic publication.

The goals of The American Chiropractor are threefold:

  • To raise the awareness and status of the chiropractic profession worldwide.
  • To foster a sense of community and shared mission among chiropractors everywhere.
  • To offer content that educates, enlightens, inspires and supports its readers, 80% of the US chiropractic community and growing.

Their website can be found at: