Alan M. Immerman, D.C.
ACS President and 
Executive Director 
(Since 1991)

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Advance the Interests of Arizona Chiropractors

The Arizona Chiropractic Society (ACS) is a non-profit state association for Arizona chiropractors founded in 1991. ACS works to enforce the critically important chiropractic insurance equality laws, to strengthen and protect chiropractic, to represent the profession in the Arizona Legislature, to make needed changes in health insurance law and personal injury laws and litigation, provide information regarding claims denials, IMEs, low speed impacts, and biomechanical issues, advise doctors who have had Chiropractic Board complaints and provide personal advice to chiropractors. Read what other Arizona chiropractors have written about ACS here.



The chiropractic profession has one message for you this year:

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Since 1991, ACS and its President Alan M. Immerman, D.C. have enacted four insurance equality laws, fostered an atmosphere of "live and let live" in the chiropractic community, reigned in excesses by the Chiropractic Board, passed a vastly improved health care lien law, worked with the State of Arizona Department of Insurance to enforce existing laws, and more....

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MOST READ: 7-29-20 ACS files massive complaint against American Specialty Health Networks (ASHN). Complaint filed with Arizona Department of Insurance, Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners and Arizona Attorney General. Click here to read the cover letter and click here to read the entire 91 page complaint.

MOST READ: The Arizona Chiropractic Society (ACS) lives again! We are now a consulting group, providing vitally important information to Arizona chiropractors. Stay tuned for a treasure trove of valuable documents, web links and much more, all from Dr. Immerman, serving the profession since 1991. We may even dabble again in lobbying at the Arizona Legislature!

MOST READ: ACS releases all new May 2015 eNewsletter with key stories Dr. Immerman to retire, ACS to cease operations; Personal Injury Case Management Seminar; Important Reports, Articles, Books and Links; Breaking News and much more. Click here to read the entire newsletter.

MOST READ: ACS releases all new April 2015 eNewsletter with key stories ACS bills stall in State House of Representatives, Grievance Letters – The best way to get insurers to pay, all about the Health Care Appeals Process, how to file a complaint against an insurance company, details about the upcoming seminar Personal Injury Case Management, and much more. Read these stories and much more by clicking here.

MOST READ: January 2015 ACS eNewsletter with stories about ACS lobbyist continues fierce pace at Legislature, how you can qualify as an expert in clinical biomechanics, the time to join ACS is now, ACS Find-a-Doc search engine is working, and the complete ACS personal injury package. Click here to read the entire newsletter.

MOST READ: ACS releases all new November, 2014 eNewsletter with key stories about ACS lobbyist storming the Arizona Legislature, one doctor’s consequences for routinely waiving copays and deductibles, status of pending lawsuits, can Delta V predict injury likelihood or severity, Board action alert, and key breaking news stories. Click here to read the entire all new newsletter.

MOST READ: ACS releases all new October, 2014 eNewsletter with key stories about ACS’s successful mission to reform the Chiropractic Board over the past ten years, status of pending  lawsuits, upcoming seminar Personal Injury Case Management, the time to join ACS is now, and details about the ACS Functional Medicine, Natural Hygiene and Fasting Center online. Click here to read the entire newsletter.

MOST READ: ACS releases all new August 2014 ACS eNewsletter with key stories about how legislation and litigation will be the key to progress, ACS preparations for the 2015 Legislation Session, news about pending lawsuits, consequences of failure to properly fill out CA paperwork, and management of whiplash disorders. Click here to read the entire newsletter.

MOST READ: Dr. Dan Murphy reviews new clinical guideline "Management of Whiplash Disorders." Click here to read his review and learn how to buy a copy of the guideline.

MOST READ: How to Use the Health Care Appeals, Grievance and Timely Payment Laws to Get Paid. ACS has made key Member Benefit documents public so entire profession can use powerful key tools to get paid. Click here for complete information. Much more information like this available to members. Join today online!

MOST READ: ACS releases Low Speed Impact Defense Package including a letter to send to a claims adjuster who has raised low speed impact arguments, telling you to limit treatment because property damage was minor. The package is posted on the Member Benefits page, #35.1 to 35.6.

MOST READ: ACS publishes Complete Directory to Personal Injury Resources, superior to many hours of seminars and hundreds of dollars of expense. Based on Dr. Immerman's 73 trials and 50 depositions in the past 15 years with overall 700 case reviews. 

MOST READ:  11.3 – Letter to fight refund demands. If you receive a refund demand, contact ACS. 34.1 -- Who Can an ARS 33-931 Lien Be Enforced Against, by PI attorney Steve Pincus.  Also: New PI/health insurance lien forms for health insurers that refuse to honor assignments of benefits. New liens grant more rights than county liens plus work in UM/UIM cases. Also, all new ASH Claims Denial Center with key analysis at 11.5.

MOST READ: Watch live testimony from the Legislature as Dr. Immerman argues that chiropractic should be included in health insurance. Click here to see 2013 video. Begin at the one hour, ten minute mark. Click here to see earler video. Begin at the 50:30 minute mark.

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Alan M. Immerman, D.C.
President and Executive Director

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