Q: Do I charge taxes on supplements sold in
Q: Must a supervising doctor be on the
premises during supervision?
A: Supervision of an assistant, temporary license holder, or extern: the doctor must be on the premises at all times.
Q: Can a chiropractor licensed in another
State, but not licensed in Arkansas, work in an Arkansas clinic on a
A: Yes, per Statute section 17-81-302, Exempted Activities, page 19: The performance of services in this state on an occasional basis, limited to ninety (90) days in each calendar year, by a chiropractor lawfully practicing chiropractic in another state or territory. However, if any such chiropractor performs services on a regular basis, or for his regular use maintains or is provided with any office or other place to meet persons for the performance of such services in the State of Arkansas, he shall obtain a license to practice chiropractic in the State of Arkansas.
Q: What continuing education courses can be
taken for annual license renewal?
A: Courses approved by AR are listed here in an excel format. These courses have an AR approval number. These are the courses that can be taken and used for license renewal submission. If a course is taken that is not approved by AR, it CANNOT be used for license renewal.
Q: Can a AR Chiropractor perform physicals?
A: AR Chiropractors can perform physicals. It is up to the organization to accept it from a chiropractor.
Q: Who can own a chiropractic clinic in AR?
A: In Arkansas, only a licensed AR chiropractor can own a clinic. Click here for the Rules, Regulations and Statutes.
Rule and Regulation section C. PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT, 1. Aiding Unlicensed Practitioners, (b) The practicing of chiropractic within the State of Arkansas as a partner, agent, or employee of, or in any other manner in joint venture with a person not licensed to practice chiropractic by this State, or any person whose license to practice chiropractic has been suspended or revoked shall be deemed unprofessional conduct.
Q: Can chiropractors perform
A: Yes; surface EMG and needle EMG are considered to be within the Chiropractic Scope of Practice. Click here for the Rules, Regulations and Statutes.
Minutes Surface EMG
Minutes Needle EMG
Q: Who can perform X-Rays in a chiropractic
clinic in AR?
A: The chiropractor, and also if present, a chiropractic extern. Chiropractic assistants (CAs) may perform x-rays ONLY if they are in compliance with the requirements of the Arkansas Department of Health Radiology Division. CAs may find those requirements by visiting the website of www.healthy.arkansas.gov/rtl and then click onto Radiology Technology Licensure which will bring one to that section showing FAQs, Licensing Information, Forms and CE relating to the subject matter. For more information, the Radiation Control Division may be contacted by calling 501-661-2301 or via US mail at 5800 W. 10th Street, Suite 100, Little Rock, AR 72204.