Chiropractic Sports Network


The ACA Sports Council is reinstating this network to create a way to facilitate staffing of sports chiropractors at local, state-wide, and national events!

 
The ACA Sports Council is re-instating and expanding the Chiropractic Sports Network to establish a network to handle requests for sports chiropractors in various regions of the country for different types of events. This network of coordinators will create many opportunities with new sports and events that have never previously had chiropractic staffing at their events, will allow state coordinators to work on the national level, and also set up individual state sports networks in those states where one is not yet developed.

The ACASC is still looking for more coordinators for individuals sports as well as state sports coordinators. the states that need coordinators are Alaska, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Vermont, and Wyoming.

If you're interested in applying, please provide the following to:

Dr. Joel Bienenfeld DC, DABCO, CCSP
3020 Pico Blvd. Suite A
Santa Monica, CA 90405
[email protected]
310-993-6656

• Contact information
• Curriculum Vitae
• Explanation of why you would make a great coordinator

For example, you may wish to indicate something similar to the following: you have previously been an ACASC sports coordinator, you are involved in a network in your state, you are successful at networking, you have been a coordinator or medical director at sports events, you have leadership and organizational skills, you are new to the profession and enthusiastic to be involved.
• NOTE: Please be prepared for a phone interview as well.
• NOTE: You must be an ACA Sports Council Member in order to apply for this position.
 
You're also welcome to provide Dr. Bienenfeld any recommendations if you know a great candidate in one of the above states! Email him here.

For a current list of State Coordinators, click here.

Click here for the ACA Sports Council form used to send E-blasts.