Terry A. Rondberg, D.C. serves as Founder and CEO of the World Chiropractic Alliance (WCA), an international organization that promotes drug-free, subluxation-based chiropractic. A leading figure in the chiropractic community, Dr. Terry Rondberg is committed to the health and wellness of others. Terry Rondberg, DC, is an accomplished author, public speaker, educator and chiropractic advocate.

Terry Rondberg founded The Chiropractic Journal, an online and print periodical that covers developments germane to the chiropractic industry. Dr. Terry Rondberg also publishes that Journal of Vertebral Subluxation Research, a scientific, peer-reviewed publication. Terry Rondberg also publishes the WCA news Healthwatch Newsletter. A respected author, Terry Rondberg has written several books related to chiropractic. Dr. Rondberg’s works include “Chiropractic First,” “Under the Influence of Modern Medicine,” and (co-authored with Timothy J. Feuling) the “CBS Malpractice Prevention Program.” Dr. Rondberg has also composed “Chiropractic: Compassion and Expectation” to better serve the chiropractic community and general public. Terry A. Rondberg, D.C. has also penned numerous articles advocating the benefits of chiropractic.

Dr. Terry A. Rondberg often speaks at leading chiropractic conferences and seminars and has appeared on television and radio as an expert in health and wellness. A tireless advocate of chiropractic, Dr. Terry A. Rondberg has lobbied Congress and lawmakers to include chiropractic care in medical legislation. Terry Rondberg successfully lobbied for the Tricare Bill and the Medicare Freedom Bill, among others. Terry Rondberg is a distinguished member of the Department of Defense Chiropractic Advisory Committee. Dr. Terry Rondberg has worked with the United Nations and World Health Organization and participated in International Summits in Australia, Great Britain, Canada and Austria.

Dr. Rondberg earned his Doctor of Chiropractic at Logan College of Chiropractic where he studied Biology, Anatomy, Chemistry and Physiology.

A practitioner of the martial arts, Terry Rondberg holds a black belt in karate. He also practices yoga and enjoys reading and travel in his free time.