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    State Board of Chiropractic Examiners



    (P) 410-764-4738 | (F) 410-358-1879

    Address: 4201 Patterson Avenue Suite 301 | Baltimore, MD. 21215-2299

    ​​Walk-ins are not accepted.



    Notices and Information

    NEW: 2024 Chiropractic Board Member Vacancies ​
    The Chiropractic Board is seeking candidates to fill the following vacancies

    • 2 Doctor of Chiropractic positions
    • 2 Consumer Members positions

    Interested chiropractors are to immediately contact the Maryland Chiropractic Association to be vetted and included on the list of nominees. Potential Consumer Member candidates are to apply through the Governor’s Appointments Office website at: http://govappointments.maryland.gov/instructions-for-filling-out-the-general-application-form/
    For more information on qualifications and time commitments, click here.

    NEW: Servicemember and Spouse License Portability Under the Veterans Auto and Education Improvement Act of 2022 (PL 117-333): ​Access Application Form Here.

    NEW: Telehealth Regulations, effective September 18, 2023. Telehealth Regulation
    Reinstatement - JP Examination Requirement: Applicants must take and pass the Jurisprudence Examination to qualify for reinstatement. Contact the Board for guidance and total fees. See Law §3–310(a)(4)

    Implicit Bias Training: All Chiropractors and Chiropractic Assistants are required to complete the implicit bias training at their first renewal after April 1, 2022. The list of approved courses may be accessed using this link: Approved Implicit Bias Training Courses.

    Revised Chiropractic Assistants and Dry Needling​​ Regulations: Effective April 4, 2022.​​​​

    Address Change: If you moved since your last renewal or receipt of your initial license, submit an address change form to the Board prior to renewing your license.  Your renewed license will be mailed to the address of record on file.  A $50.00 duplication fee plus a $200.00 failure to notify penalty will be imposed for reprinted Licenses due to an incorrect address of record.  See COMAR (f) and  COMAR


    Board Office

    Board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Metro Executive Building
    4201 Patterson Avenue Suite 301
    Baltimore, MD. 21215-2299
    Phone: 410-764-4738
    Fax: 410-358-1879
    Walk-ins are not accepted.