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The Colorado Board of Chiropractic Examiners regulates individual chiropractors and chiropractic licenses. A licensed chiropractor may hold three (3) different authorities: acupuncture, electrotherapy, and animal; in conjunction with his or her chiropractic license.
The Board meets regularly to approve license applications and enforce the chiropractic rules, regulations, and practice act that governs the profession and is authorized to take disciplinary action against those who have violated the Chiropractic Practice Act, Rules, and Regulations. The Board reviews complaints about chiropractors and utilizes the Division's Office of Investigations to investigate complaints when necessary.
Randy Knoche, DC, PresidentProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2021
Donald Corenman, MD, DC, Vice PresidentProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2019
Sara Schmidt, DC, SecretaryProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2018
Jose ChavezPublic Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2021
Michael Simone, DCProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2020
Georgia StewartPublic Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2019
Michelle Wendling, DCProfessional Member | Term Expires: May 18, 2021
Board Consultant Requirements
If you meet these requirements, please complete the application and return it to the board office to be presented to the board for review. If you have questions, please call the board office at 303-894-7762.
Formal training for consultants is offered on a yearly basis. If you are approved after the training has been held for the year, you will be required to attend training at the next scheduled session.
If you are asked to consult, it is essential that you examine all materials sent to you and attempt to answer questions that will assist the Board in its evaluation of the facts. Depending on types of cases, you may be asked to answer questions similar to the following:
After you have examined all of the material, please incorporate your findings into a written report. The report must contain a definitive statement relative to the standard of care in the case, i.e. did the chiropractor meet the standard of care expected of chiropractors in Colorado, yes or no?
When formulating your written report, please keep in mind that a copy may be made available to the respondent or respondent's counsel should the case be referred for a formal hearing.
After your report is completed, the Chiropractic Board will review the case and your report, and will make a decision as to what action, if any, will be taken. If it is determined that a formal hearing should be held in the case, you may possibly be required to give testimony at the proceeding in accordance with your opinions and conclusions.
If you need additional information or material to complete your review, please contact the investigator assigned to the case. When your review is conducted, please return all material to the investigator. If necessary, arrangements can be made for someone to come to your office to pick up your report and materials.
Meetings and rulemaking hearings are normally held at 1560 Broadway, Denver, Colorado. For specific dates, times and locations, please refer to the calendar below. Please note that meeting dates are subject to change and/or cancellation. If you need minutes from previous meetings not listed below, please contact the program at email@example.com.
Professional and Consumer General FAQs
Tentative meeting dates have been reserved by the Chiropractic Board for 2018.