Terry A. Rondberg, D.C. Treasurer, Council on Chiropractic Practice President, World Chiropractic Alliance President, Chiropractic Benefits Services Chandler, Arizona
After his graduation from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1974, Dr. Rondberg built successful private practices in St. Louis and Phoenix. He was noted for his emphasis on public and patient education and became a staunch advocate of subluxation-based chiropractic. In 1986, Dr. Rondberg founded The Chiropractic Journal, which won widespread respect and popularity and is currently read by more than 60,000 doctors and students worldwide. It provides news and political coverage, educational articles, and human interest features. In 1989, he founded the World Chiropractic Alliance, a non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to promoting a vertebral subluxation free world. The group has been active in political lobbying, public education, and intra-professional communication. In his role as president of the WCA, an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) affiliated with the United Nations Department of Public Information, Dr. Rondberg works closely with health care officials and organizations around the globe, including the World Health Organization.
Barbara J. Bigham, B.A. Secretary, Council on Chiropractic Practice Director of Communications – World Chiropractic Alliance
Barbara J. Bigham has extensive experience in all aspects of communication and her articles have appeared in numerous mainstream publications, including American Way, Nation’s Business, Cosmopolitan, and Early American Life. As Director of Communication for the World Chiropractic Alliance, she supervises and coordinates a wide variety of writing, editing, and public relations tasks for the organization. She has been associated with the WCA since its inception and has served as co-editor of The Chiropractic Journal since 1987. In addition, Ms. Bigham's designs and maintains websites for the WCA and other clients. A 1969 graduate of Queens College, Ms. Bigham has a B.A. in political science and additional post-graduate studies in journalism and international law and relations.
_________________________________________________________ Council on Chiropractic Practice Clinical Practice Guideline Number 1 Vertebral Subluxation in Chiropractic Practice – 2003 Update & Revision