Any person seeking to be licensed to practice chiropractic in this state who is licensed to practice chiropractic in another state must successfully complete the following requirements before a license to practice chiropractic will be issued.
(1)  Each applicant must submit the fee set by board rules and a completed application to the board on forms furnished by the board that require proof of graduation from an acceptable school of chiropractic and that contains proof that the applicant has for five (5) consecutive years immediately prior to application practiced chiropractic and holds a valid, unrevoked, unsuspended license to practice chiropractic in a state, territory or district of the United States or Canada, and a national board of chiropractic examiner’s certificate.

Terms Used In Idaho Code 54-710

  • Acceptable school of chiropractic: means any school of chiropractic that meets the standards or requirements of a national chiropractic school accrediting organization acceptable to the board or that has status as a candidate for accreditation before such organization. See Idaho Code 54-703
  • Board: means the state board of chiropractic physicians. See Idaho Code 54-703
  • License to practice chiropractic: means a license issued by the board to a person who has graduated from an acceptable school of chiropractic and who has fulfilled the licensure requirements of this chapter. See Idaho Code 54-703
  • Person: means a natural person. See Idaho Code 54-703
  • State: when applied to the different parts of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the territories; and the words "United States" may include the District of Columbia and territories. See Idaho Code 73-114
(2)  Each applicant must demonstrate that he possesses the requisite qualifications to provide the same standard of chiropractic care as provided by physicians in this state. The board may require further examination to establish such qualifications.