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Frequently Asked Questions About Chiropractor Licenses

 The following is a common question that has often been posted to our office:

What role does the Probate Court have in the licensing of Chiropractors? back to top

Anyone who receives a license to practice chiropractic from the state chiropractic examining board must record the license or a certified copy of the license with the probate court in the county in which the chiropractor expects or intends to practice. A chiropractor is prohibited from practicing until the license is recorded in the probate court. The charge of this recordation is $5.00.

Both the chiropractic examining board and individual chiropractors are required to inform the probate court when a license is suspended or revoked or if the chiropractor moves from the county or is deceased.