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Application for Licensure Information

The Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners offers an examination and new doctor orientation twice a year in January and July. The new doctor orientation is a pre-requisite to licensure.

Applicants that have NOT graduated Chiropractic College

 

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Temporary License Information

Fees - made payable to the ASBCE:

  • $30 Temporary License Application Fee


An applicant may apply for a temporary license once a COMPLETED application for licensure is on file with the Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Temporary license applications are voted on by the full Board.
Supervised Temporary License
After a temporary license holder has received approval from the Board, he may perform any acts or practices that a licensed Arkansas Chiropractor may do, as long as it is under the supervision of the supervising Chiropractor who must remain on the premises when these acts or practices are being performed.

Upon satisfactory evidence being submitted to the Board as to an applicant’s ability and integrity and when no regular examination will be held within thirty (30) days from the date of an application for a temporary license, the board may, if approved by at least two-thirds of the membership of the Board, issue to the applicant a permit to practice until the next regular meeting of the Board.
Supervising Doctor Requirements:

Have an active Chiropractic license of 3 years or longer.

Not have had any disciplinary action levied against him by any Board in the past 5 years.

Have no more than two (2) temporary license holders under his direct supervision at one time.

Unsupervised Temporary License

The Board may at its discretion, issue a temporary license to a Doctor of Chiropractic who holds a current license in another state, to practice in Arkansas until his next scheduled examination and exempt him/her from any supervisory requirement. 

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