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Renewal Applications Update
Board staff is in process of reviewing all submitted renewal applications. Applications are processed in the order they are received. Board staff has until February 1st to review and finalize all...
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The 2022 Renewal Season is closed.
If you have not renewed your license, you will need to include the $200 late fee. Click here to read essential information about renewing your license.
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Search the Arizona directory for chiropractors and view details regarding disciplinary actions licensing, addresses and phone numbers.
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The Application for Licensure is now available online.

WELCOME

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

Meeting

Notice of board meetings, recordings, and agendas:

Board agendas are posted at the Board office located at 1740 West Adams Street, Suite 2430, Phoenix, Arizona 85007, and are available on the Board’s Web site prior to the meeting.  Notices of Board meetings are also posted at https://publicmeetings.az.gov.  

Beginning in January 2018 The State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners' proceedings are captured on digital audio. This is in accordance with A.R.S.§ 32-3222 (B) (1). Note: For storage issues, all requests for audio files will be made available for access using google drive.  An email will be sent to notify you when the audio file is available for you to retrieve. The Board Meeting Audio is posted after each Board Meeting and is available on the Board's website under the Board Meetings tab

Upcoming Meetings

Board Meeting - June 1, 2022

Board Meeting - July 19, 2022

Board Meeting - August 30, 2022

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Office hours

The Board office is open Monday Through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm and closed on State Holidays.

Mission

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

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Advisement

Board Staff cannot give legal advice. Legal advice could be described, but is not limited to: offering interpretation of statute or of rules; recommending a course of action; reviewing advertisement media for possible violations; predicting a board decision and interpreting the meaning or effect of any board order or other judgment. 

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Regulation rollback

“Regulation Rollback” is a strategic step in our state’s ongoing work to make Arizona the best state in the nation for businesses and consumers alike. We need your help. You are the experts. Visit this portal for your opportunity to provide specific input to the Governor’s office on an outdated rule or regulation that stifles Arizona’s consumers and job creators.

Submit your suggestions here: www.Redtape.AZ.gov or review more information about Regulation Rollback here.

Address

Online address change form

The Board has developed an online address change form for your use. Click here to provide an address change.

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Business entity registrations

As of October 2014, the Board has required non-physician owned clinics that offer chiropractic services to register as a Business Entity with the Board. Please click here for a list of the Renewed and Expired Business Entity Registrations. In accordance with A.A.C. R4-7-1401(A)  a Business Entity with an EXPIRED or SURRENDERED registration are not to use the services of a licensed doctor of chiropractic.

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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.