Chiropractic Economics

Chiropractic Economics

Chiropractic Economics is an American magazine published 20 times a year in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The magazine provides news and information for practicing chiropractors, with a focus on office management, patient relations, personal development, financial planning, legal, clinical and research data, and wellness/nutrition.


Chiropractic Economics

The first issue of Chiropractic Economics was published as the Digest of Chiropractic Economics by William L. Luckey and Helen C. Luckey. The first issues were mailed to 21,000 doctors of chiropractic in the United States, Canada as well as 18 other countries.

The magazine conducts two surveys on a yearly basis; the Annual Salary and Expense Survey and the Annual Fees and Reimbursements Survey and the Annual Salary and Expense survey is used the U.S. Department of Labor when compiling occupational statistics. The publication scores highly in terms of editorial integrity and reader trust, according to a 2010 Lewis & Clark independent readers' survey.

Chiropractic Economics started in 1996, billing itself as the “Online Chiropractic Community.” The site now features chiropractic news, videos, blogs, book reviews, a job board, and current and past magazine content. The magazine also maintains a presence on Facebook and Twitter.


  • Frequency: 20 issues a year
  • Circulation: 30,500 (Verified Dec. 2010 by BPA Worldwide, an independent auditing agency.)
  • First Issue: 1954
  • Company: The Doyle Group
  • Country: (U.S.)
  • Language: (English)


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