Can My Patients Really Bring in an Emotional Support Animal?

The Americans with Disabilities Act requires public places, like chiropractic offices, to accommodate service animals. Now, some patients are claiming they have an emotional support animal when they arrive for appointments. How does all of this work?

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Marc Abla, CAE

Marc Abla began working at the Illinois Chiropractic Society in 2002 and became the Executive Director in 2008. He brings his extensive financial, administrative and association experience to the ICS. He is a Certified Association Executive and a graduate of the Certified Leadership Series through the Illinois Society of Association Executives. Additionally, he is a member of the Illinois Society of Association Executives, the American Society of Association Executives, Association Forum, Congress of Chiropractic State Associations, and the American Chiropractic Association.


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