A Minnesota licensed chiropractor may apply to the board for an inactive license according to items A to C. An inactive license is intended for those chiropractors who will be in active practice elsewhere.
Applicants must complete a board-approved application which must include a signed affidavit stating that the applicant will no longer be actively practicing chiropractic in the state of Minnesota.
Upon approval of an application, the board will modify the annual license certificate to indicate inactive licensure.
The board may refuse to approve an application if:
a pending or final disciplinary action exists against an applicant's Minnesota license;
a pending or final disciplinary action exists against an applicant's license in another state where the applicant has been licensed to practice chiropractic; or
the applicant's Minnesota license is not current in fees and penalties paid, or in continuing education units obtained for annual license renewal.
15 SR 2265; 27 SR 1102
August 24, 2011
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes