ChiroTouch Continues to Expand its International Presence with United Kingdom Event

San Diego, CA – April 22nd, 2011 – ChiroTouch™, the nation's leader in chiropractic software, recently presented its robust, total practice management solutions to chiropractic students in the United Kingdom at a seminar sponsored by the United Chiropractic Association."We were honored to have the opportunity to expand our reach in Great Britain," commented Robert Moberg, President of ChiroTouch. "With practices around the world using our total practice management system, we know first-hand how critical it is for young doctors of chiropractic to gain an understanding of the power of automation, and the rewards for running an efficient practice."

In light of increasing demands for chiropractic services, the University of Glamorgan became the first university in the UK to offer an integrated undergraduate degree program accredited by the General Chiropractic Council.  The degree also meets exacting international chiropractic educational standards, and funding arrangements (extend grants and subsidies) to chiropractic students within the EU. The degree program is also accredited by the European Council on Chiropractic Education (ECCE).

Chiropractic software designed from the ground up to maximize efficiencies for virtually every process, including patient self check-in, scheduling, SOAP notes, billing, interoffice communication and more, ChiroTouch has developed its HIPAA-compliant system to drastically reduce the time it takes to perform tasks that chiropractors are already doing.  That gives chiropractors more time to see more patients—resulting in increased referrals, improved efficiencies, and a direct, measurable impact on practice profitability.

"Over 150 doctors attended the event, including doctors from Spain, The Netherlands, and Ireland," added Robert.  "And since the event, we've had the opportunity to present online group demonstrations to the attendees.  We look forward to increasing our efforts in reaching out and empowering doctors in the UK."