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Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors Extended!!

Editors Note: This article is being constantly updated as new information is made available. Please continue checking this article for updates.

In the last month, our nation and the entire world are coming to terms with the unprecedented health and business impact of Coronavirus. At the CCA, we have never been more acutely aware that many chiropractors operate as solo practitioners or small businesses who may feel more isolated than large group practitioners.

In addition to providing information updates, the CCA believes it is just as important that we serve as a bridge to remind members that our chiropractic community is strong and that we are here to help in any way we can. The CCA continues to work to stay abreast of developments and to share them with our members.

We have started a new page as we move into the phase “Safer-at-Home” here in Colorado. You can find the old articles by clicking here.

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Changes to ICD-10 Codes for Chiropractors in 2021

October 1st is here and that means it’s time for updates to the ICD-10-CM code set. For 2021, there are 490 new codes, 58 deleted codes and 47 changed codes. Most years there aren’t many significant ICD-10-CM code changes which affect chiropractic offices. However,...

2020 Annual Business Meeting

The Voice of Colorado Chiropractic Since 1917 To: All CCA MEMBERS September 9, 2020 Per the Colorado Chiropractic Association’s Bylaws passed September 29, 2019 at the Annual Business Meeting: ARTICLE V – MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION AND DISTRICTS Section One. ...


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Unfortunately, scammers are taking advantage of fear and anxiety to defraud the public, including health care practitioners, during the Coronavirus pandemic.  These schemes may come in the form of phishing phone calls seeking personal and financial information, or as...