Welcome

Welcome to the Home Page of the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

Mission Statement

The State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners is the regulatory body of the State of Arizona charged with protecting the health, welfare and safety of the public through the enforcement of the laws governing the practice of chiropractic.

The Board licenses over 2500 chiropractors to practice in the State of Arizona. The Board also accepts and investigates complaints against licensed and unlicensed individuals.

 

What  Board Staff Check When Reviewing Chiropractic Record Keeping - To view the records review tool used by the Board staff when reviewing patient record keeping see  Board Staff Record Review Forms.

Complaints Advisory Letters and Non-Disciplinary Orders:  The Board office should be contacted to determine if the licensee has a history of dismissed complaints, advisory letters or non-disciplinary orders.

Notice of Board Meetings and Agendas: Board agendas are posted at the Board office located at 5060 N. 19th Ave, #416, Phoenix, AZ  85015 and are available on the Board’s Web site the day before the meeting.  Notices of Board meetings are also posted at this address and at the Department of Administration, 1700 W. Washington, Phoenix, 85007.

Continuing Education Information - Click here for the full text of the new continuing education rules.

 

Click here to determine whether a continuing education course meets the legal requirements and to learn how to report CE compliance on your renewal application.

 

Click here for the list of Board approved continuing education courses.

Course providers may click here for the application for continuing education course approval.

Chiropractic Record Keeping Requirement
Beginning in calendar year 2014, all actively licensed chiropractic physicians will be required to complete two hours of record keeping in every even numbered year in order to renew their licenses. This two hour requirement is not in addition to the twelve hours of continuing education required for renewal.

Statute amendments effective July 29, 2010:  A.R.S. § 32-925 was amended removing the requirement that physical medicine modalities and therapeutic procedures (formerly physiotherapy) and acupuncture be preparatory and complimentary to chiropractic adjustment.