About The Royal College of Chiropractors
Granted a Royal Charter in 2012, The Royal College of Chiropractors or ‘RCC’ (formerly The College of Chiropractors) is an academic membership organisation with over 2800 members worldwide and the following objectives:
to promote the art, science and practice of chiropractic;
to improve and maintain standards in the practice of chiropractic for the benefit of the public;
to promote awareness and understanding of chiropractic amongst medical practitioners and other healthcare professionals and the public;
to educate and train practitioners in the art, science and practice of chiropractic;
to advance the study of and research in chiropractic.
Members and Fellows of the RCC have always embraced postgraduate training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the public interest, pre-empting any statutory requirement. The College actively fosters patient and public involvement through its Lay Partnership Group. For more information, visit www.rcc-uk.org.