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CCGPP articulation agreement

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On January 23, 2014 WikiChiro and the preeminent scientific authority for the profession, known as the Council on Chiropractic Guidelines and Practice Parameters, entered into an agreement to work together and support one another by linking the listing of scientific papers vetted by the top science authorities in Chiropractic to articles written by WikiChiro's editors. What this accomplishes is severalfold:

  1. .- By providing a coordinated effort, i.e., CCGPP vets the sciences papers, and, in cooperation with CCGPP's authorities, WikiChiro writes and posts the interpretation for the world; it eliminates duplication; and,
  2. .- It provides the public and the profession with articles which explain and interpret the results of sometimes arcane research papers, which otherwise could be difficult or impossible to truly comprehend with advanced academic scientific training.


  • Ronald Farabaugh, DC, Past-President CCGPP
  • Jay Greenstein, DC, FASA Vice-Chair, CCGPP
  • Stephen Press, DC, Chairman, BoD, WikiChiro