Chiropractic Suppliers

Stephen Barrett, M.D.
June 7, 2019

The firms listed on this page supply chiropractic equipment, educational material,
and/or products that chiropractors use or sell in their offices.
Many of them advertise regularly in chiropractic publications.
Some also market to other professionals. Listing on this page
should not be interpreted as an endorsement. It simply means that
the site contains information that we think is interesting and
reflects what chiropractors do.
The bracketed dates indicate when
we last checked the link. If you find one that isn’t working or
would like to suggest other interesting sites, please notify

Educational Products and Services

  • Artworks: Chiropractic
    greeting cards, jewelry, and other novelty items [4/4/02]
  • Back Talk Systems:
    “Premier patient education for compliance, retention, and
    referrals” [12/17/12]
  • Chiromatrix: Custom chiropractic Web sites [5/10/17]
  • Custom chiropractic Web sites 5/10/17]
  • Echiropractic:
    Electronic “greeting cards” intended to promote maintenance
    care [12/17/12]
  • eChiropractor:
    Web site development and maintenance [2/15/04]
  • Health Visions: Patient
    education videos and posters [11/28/03]
  • Killer Ads [12/17/12]
  • Now You Know: Web
    site design, e-mail newsletters, and other patient education
    materials [12/17/12]
  • Officite: Web site design and maintenance [12/17/12]
  • Parker Professional
    : Practicing-building materials and full range of
    equipment and supplies [10/7/01]
  • Patient Media:
    Patient education materials [12/17/12]
  • Perfect Patients: Custom chiropractic Web sites [12/17/12]
  • Preventicare Publishing:
    “Optimal Health University” flyers, newspaper columns,
    and an e-newsletter [12/17/12Ã¥]
  • Trusted Voice: Image-building and patient-education materials [12/11/04]
  • Well Aligned Products: “Straight chiropractic” patient-education and sales materials [6/7/19]

Equipment and/or Supplies

Exercise Products

Imaging Products and/or Services

Nutritional, Herbal, and/or Homeopathic Products

This page was revised on June 7, 2019.