Association of New Jersey Chiropractors Mission:
To improve the health of patients, families and communities by promoting high standards of professionalism and patient care through chiropractic methods, education, advocacy and accountability.
ANJC is the model for state chiropractic associations given its accomplishments and level of service to members.
ANJC offers members numerous webinars every year, most of them one hour in length and eligible for 1 CEU credit.
ANJC keeps you up-to-date on the latest insurance information impacting chiropractic care and your office practice.
Working hard to promote and protect chiropractic physicians and the profession throughout New Jersey.
As the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (COVID Relief Bill) made changes to the 2021 Medicare Physicians' Fee Schedule, Medicare has released updated fees as of this morning. We have compiled the updated chiropractic specific codes for...
ANJC HQ has received a significant number of calls and emails from members regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. Some of these calls are members asking where they can receive the vaccine and others are members asking how they can be exempted from the vaccine. Last...
2021 Medicare Fee ScheduleNOTE: The 2021 Medicare Fee Schedule has been updated, see article here. Medicare has released the 2021 Physicians Fee Schedule (PFS). We have compiled the chiropractic specific codes fee schedule for you here. We had previously...
The ANJC has a tradition of honoring members of the profession who have provided outstanding service to the profession and patients for many decades. This year’s recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award is Dr. Brett Wartenberg of Medford.
The Association of New Jersey Chiropractors (ANJC) is proud to announce that the 2020 Chiropractor of the Year Award has been presented to Jordan L. Kovacs, DC, of Eatontown. Dr. Kovacs was chosen by his colleagues to receive this prestigious award, which is given to recognize the recipient’s high standards in the practice of chiropractic, as well as being a role model for his peers.
If you recall, in early 2019 Aetna began blanketly denying codes with the -25 and -59 modifiers. After the ANJC took the matter to Aetna and the NJ Department of Banking and Insurance (DOBI), Aetna ceased the practice and reprocessed effected fully-funded...
Covid-19 News & Updates
ANJC working to stay up-to-date on the latest Covid-19/Coronavirus news as it becomes available. Check back regularly to information that affects your patients, staff, family and your personal health. Click here for updates.