Founded in 1970, the Broward County Chiropractic Society (BCCS) is a non-profit, professional organization of Doctors of Chiropractic practicing in Broward County, FL. Our mission is to promote the high standards of Chiropractic professionalism and patient care through education, advocacy and accountability.
The BCCS provides our valued members with services and programs designed to effectively represent chiropractic doctors in Broward before county and state governments, and communicate to chiropractic doctors the latest clinical and governmental news affecting their practices. The BCCS also supports chiropractic patients and the community-at-large with programs and events designed to enhance the public’s awareness and knowledge of the benefits of chiropractic treatment in Broward County.
The Broward County Chiropractic Society (BCCS) has been advancing chiropractic care while promoting the highest standards of ethics, wellness and patient experience with our profession. The BCCS also provides a forum for:
- Best-in-practice procedures.
- News laws.
- Changes in existing laws.
- Changes in insurance coding.
- The local political environment.
BCCS members attend both Spring and Fall conventions, which are usually held in the vicinity of Broward County, Florida. Experts in chiropractic care from across the state serve as speakers, and honorariums are usually donated to chiropractic educational activities.
Legislation has been a major focus of the BCCS. We work to ensure that the interests of the chiropractic profession and chiropractic patients are represented at the state level, and monitors legislation that impacts the chiropractic profession. We regularly educate members of the Florida House of Representatives and Senate in order to promote legislation that supports the BCCS mission.
The BCCS has created a number of committees designed to enhance the goals of the association, and increase both internal communications among the membership, and relations with the public. All committees are chaired by doctors who volunteer their services, in addition to running their own private practices. Committee chairs report to the executive leadership at the monthly board meeting.