Welcome to the Future of Chiropractic visioning and strategic planning Data Visualization Platform.

The purpose of this project is to create a five-year strategic vision and plan for the future of the chiropractic profession. The Future Perceptions and Priorities Survey ran from early November through December 5, 2020. The survey is now closed, and the results are being posted on this portal using data visualization. Future iQ developed the portal platform to provide a people-focused, data-driven approach to strategic visioning and planning and key issue analysis.

On this survey data visualization portal, you can explore how people viewed a range of topics. On the charts, there are filters on the right-hand side. These filters allow you to explore responses by different cohorts within the stakeholder respondents. In some charts, you can hover over data points to reveal specific information, such as number of respondents. Please note that each chart is loading a lot of information, so it may take a moment to load when you open a chart.

You may navigate the charts by clicking the links below or hovering over “Future Perceptions Surveys” on the main menu. More charts will be added as data is finalized.

Key things to note:

  • Most charts have a range filters so you can see how people from various groups (or cohorts) responded to the questions. These allow you to compare views, and see areas of commonality.

  • Cohorts are defined as major groups in the profession that share similar profiles such as age group, years in practice, practice style etc. You can create cohort groups by combinations of the filters.

  • The filters are additive, and allow you to select sub-groups from multiple filters at once.

  • You can download a PDF of each chart or page by selecting the download tab at the bottom of the chart. You can adjust the page setting to optimize the output.


For more information about the Future of Chiropractic strategic visioning and planning project, please contact:

Elizabeth Klein, Executive Director
Congress of Chiropractic State Associations
Phone: (503) 922-2933