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ID 26228
  Title Introducing the Asia-Pacific Chiropractic Journal [editorial]
Journal Asia-Pac Chiropr J. 2020 ;1(1):1-4
Peer Review No
Publication Type Editorial

Excerpt: The greatest growth area for chiropractic is the Asia-Pacific region, indeed Asia encompasses nearly 60% of the world’s population. By comparison Europe’s population is nearly 10% and Northern America just under 5%. Both chiropractic practice and chiropractic education are in a state of growth in the Asia-Pacific region, a fact most appreciated by those of us privileged to live and work throughout the region. 

So, what has this journal got to do with it? Asia-Pacific chiropractors and educators deserve a voice and the purpose of this journal is to provide a voice; not just for writers in the Asia-Pacific region but for writers globally who have ideas of value to share with appreciative readers.

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