Scope of practice: Chiropractor

You must:

  • Not practise outside the scope of practice in which you are registered.
  • Not describe yourself as or imply that you are a health practitioner of a particular kind unless you are registered and qualified to be a practitioner of that kind. For example, if you are registered as a chiropractor, you may not describe yourself as, or imply that you are, a particular kind of chiropractic specialist, unless you are registered in a scope of practice for the specialty concerned.
  • Comply with any conditions that the Chiropractic Board may place on your scope of practice.