Our Mission

Dedicated to the Founding Principles & Tenets of the Chiropractic Profession

The mission of the Foundation is to advocate for and advance the founding principles and tenets of the chiropractic profession in the area of vertebral subluxation through research, education, policy and service.  A sick and suffering humanity needs us and we need you to join us on this mission.

About Us



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The Foundation is a 501 3(C) and as such all donations are tax deductible with the IRS. 

Donations are made through Paypal, a secure internet payment program. Use your credit card or Paypal account. All currencies accepted. OR .... If you prefer, send your check (made payable to Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation) to Foundation for Vertebral Subluxation Research, 4390 Bells Ferry Road, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144. 

Strategic Plan


MISSION: To advocate for and advance the founding principles and tenets of the chiropractic profession in the area of vertebral subluxation.

 • Protect the right of all doctors of chiropractic to provide subluxation correction and of all people to choose to receive such care.

• Advance and promote traditional chiropractic to all people, including the public, the media, legislators and all those directly or indirectly associated with the chiropractic profession.

• Provide important clarification of the role of subluxation-centered chiropractic in health care.

 • Support evidence-based practice guidelines and related research which protect the rights of patients to receive chiropractic care for the analysis and correction of vertebral subluxations.   

Research, Policy, Education, Service


 We are at a crossroads in chiropractic... a time where we may lose our identity or forge  forward  with chiropractic leading the new paradigm of health and well-being. 

As practitioners, we see the evidence of chiropractic adjustments every day in our practices. To us, it is undeniable. But in terms of substantiating ourselves with the value and recognition we deserve, we are in dire need of a Research Agenda to forge forward and gain our rightful position: leaders in the chiropractic vitalistic paradigm. 

Advancing Futures is our best hope at accomplishing a collaborative, organized movement in this direction.