By Michael Dorausch, D.C.

These past few weeks I’ve been actively overseeing work on a chiropractic network project (which is still very much in beta) that appears as it will serve as a directory of sorts.

There’s really not lots of information on the pages as of yet but I was told an estimated 10,000 chiropractic web sites were being added in the next 30 days.

Chiropractors that have been in practice for some time are usually incorporated into databases that populate directories such as this one. We’ve collected user web site, phone and address information for more than 10 years, and there’s oftentimes overlap or duplicate records.

It is the chiropractors that have just newly launched web sites, or those that have recently graduated from Chiropractic College, that don’t typically have their blog or web site URLs indexed, those are the ones I most frequently hear concern about.

I am making no promises but if you want to participate and add your chiropractic website or blog to the directory I’ll do my best to see that your information goes live and you get a link. Of course if you’re a spammer or have a crappy, low-quality web site, I’ll probably never even see it (since the admin will most definitely delete it).

Personally, I found it difficult to navigate through the many category pages, but like I said it’s in beta and I suspect the design and user interface will change significantly before a full public launch. It’s the accuracy of chiropractic website information I’m more interested in.