The Association for the History of Chiropractic is an international
association founded in 1980 to promote the scholarly recording of the
profession's history. To fulfill its mission, the AHC publishes the journal
Chiropractic History and books that are within its scope.
We have removed the log-in requirements for use of our website. Memberships are being handled through the home office. A 2012 membership directory has been compiled and is available to any member by request to the Executive Director at AHC1895@gmail.com.
Chiropractic History - The Journal
Click on the link above to see the current journal cover and table of contents. You can also get information on how to subscribe as well as the Instructions for Authors.
34th Annual Conference
This is the AHC's annual meeting for the conduct of business, election of officers, presentation of papers and awards, fellowship and intellectual interchange.
Registration will begin in March 2014. Pencil us in.
Members of the AHC are available as speakers.
Lee-Homewood Heritage Award
Each year, the AHC recognizes a chiropractic pioneer with the Lee-Homewood Heritage Award.
Membership in the AHC is open to anyone interested in chiropractic history.
The AHC has an Australian chapter and is affiliated with the Canadian Chiropractic History Association.
http://www.chiro.org/Plus/History/ - A large resource of chiropractic history data files is available to interested parties at this non-commercial chiropractic resource organization, courtesy of the late Joseph C. Keating, Jr., Ph.D.
American Chiropractic Association - ACAtoday.org
National Library of Medicine - nlm.nih.gov
International Chiropractors Association - chiropractic.org
Although the AHC enjoys the support of many chiropractic colleges and other associations, it is an independent, not-for-profit 501c(3) organization.
Please consider joining or donating today! Contact the Executive Director for details.