The American Academy of Chiropractic Physicians (AACP) was originally formed in 1999 by Dr. Reimer Kremer, Dr. James Winterstein and others for the purpose of promoting the advancement of education for primary care chiropractic practice. In 2014, a separate group of chiropractic physicians came together to form an organization, originally called the Academy of Chiropractic Physicians (ACP).
The ACP was created for and dedicated to advancing the profession of chiropractic towards plenary licensure and other advanced scopes of practice. In 2015, after discussion and agreement between the two organizations, the original AACP was dissolved and ACP took over the AACP trademark. In 2017, the AACP Board of Directors voted to change the name to The Academy of Advanced Practice Chiropractic Medicine (AAPCM), a name that better and more completely reflects our mission and goals.
Multiple pathways through CCE accredited institutions for advanced scope of practice.
Modeling of legislative initiatives for expansion of chiropractic licensure.
Intra and interprofessional collaborative efforts yielding extraordinary results.