Documentation establishing that a chiropractor meets the qualifications must be included with the application to register with the board as an independent examiner under Minnesota Statutes, section 148.09. A chiropractor must be licensed to practice in Minnesota and must have been in practice for the two years immediately preceding registration.
The chiropractor/instructor must present to the board proof of instructor status or attest to being involved in direct patient care for 50 percent of the time spent in practice during the two years immediately preceding the independent examination of a patient. An affidavit on a form as provided by the board must be filed with the board at the time of application to register.
The chiropractor must apply for registration with the board not less than 30 days prior to the anticipated date of commencement of independent examinations. The chiropractor must pay a registration fee as established by the board in part 2500.1150, item G.
An annual renewal of registration is required by March 1 of each year after initial registration with the board. The chiropractor must pay an annual renewal fee as set by the board in part 2500.1150, item H. The chiropractor must fulfill the continuing education requirements set by the board in part 2500.1200, in addition to other continuing education requirements set by the board, before renewal is granted.
MS s 148.08
15 SR 2265
August 24, 2011