About this Group
AICE Sports & Exercise (Sports Chiro Australia) is Australia’s national organisation for sports chiropractic and is a not-for-profit, clinical practice group. Sports & Exercise coordinates sports chiropractic care at community, state and national level sporting events. It also provides support to members who work with sporting teams.
The Sports & Exercise Clinical Practice Group (CPG) now has a tiered level of membership for chiropractors wishing to pursue advanced learning pathways in this field. These levels include Fellow, Titled Member, Member and Student.
What is Sports Chiropractic
Sports chiropractic is a branch of chiropractic for those with an interest and expertise in treating athletes. The focus of sports chiropractic is to provide care in the conservative management, rehabilitation and performance optimisation of the neuromusculoskeletal system for athletes.
About Sports & Exercise
The group was established over 30 years ago, and has seen several name changes in that time. Sports & Exercise started out as the ACA Council on Sports Injuries and Performance.
Members of the Sports & Exercise group have a special interest in working with athletes and promote best practice principles in the management of athletes in an evidence informed manner through science and research. The Sports & Exercise group provides regular education and seminars to provide its members with the most up-to-date knowledge and skills in sports care.
Code of Conduct
The Sports & Exercise Code of Conduct seeks to define those fundamental principles by which sports chiropractic members should conduct themselves in the practice of their profession.
To view the Sports & Exercise Code of Conduct click here.
Competency Framework for Advanced Clinical Practice Chiropractors
The Sports & Exercise Committee has developed a Competency Framework for Sports & Exercise chiropractors.
Click to view the Sports and Exercise Competency Framework
Membership runs from financial year 1 July to 30 June.
Click and complete the relevant application to be a part of the AICE Sports & Exercise Clinical Practice Group.