The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has announced that Foot Levelers is helping to raise public awareness of chiropractic by sponsoring National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) 2012.ACA's nationwide, annual observance (held in October) raises public awareness of the benefits of the services provided by chiropractic physicians and their natural, whole-person, patient-centered approach to health and wellness.
This year's NCHM theme, "Discover Chiropractic: Find Your Game," focuses on how chiropractic physicians can help people feel their best every day, regardless of age, occupation or fitness level; and how everyone can get active and take simple steps toward optimal health, wellness and functioning.
"Foot Levelers is an obvious choice to join ACA in its efforts to promote optimal functioning. The company aims to improve literally every step patients take by partnering with health care professionals to provide outstanding orthotics and other products that help keep patients in the game," said ACA President Keith Overland, DC. "National Chiropractic Health Month is a celebration of how a healthy, active lifestyle – that is enhanced by the services provided by chiropractic physicians – can help patients feel their best, naturally."
"Coming from a chiropractic family, I've always know how important whole-person health care is to leading a full, active life, so I have always been, and will remain, passionate about supporting the chiropractic profession and its holistic approach to living a better life," said Kent Greenawalt, CEO and chairman of Foot Levelers. "We are excited to have the opportunity to support National Chiropractic Health Month, and we value the opportunity to work with ACA to promote the benefits of a ground-up, total-body approach to wellness."
In addition to its own NCHM activities, ACA offers an online tool kit for chiropractic physicians, as well as state chiropractic associations, chiropractic colleges, Student ACA (SACA) chapters and anyone who wishes to participate. The kit contains information and resources that will assist participants in planning and implementing NCHM activities at local and regional levels. Certain resources are exclusively available to ACA members. To learn more, visit www.acatoday.org/NCHM.
Source: American Chiropractic Association