Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners
The State Board of Chiropractic Examiners was created by Act 126 of 1915, as a regulatory board to:
- Provide for the licensing and examination of chiropractors.
- Ensure that any person practicing or offering to practice chiropractic in the state is qualified and licensed.
- Safeguard the public health and welfare of the citizens of Arkansas.
The Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners provides access to resources and other information on this Web Site as a public service. Although reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that all electronic information made available is current, complete, and accurate, the ASBCE does not warrant or represent that this information is current, complete, and accurate. All information is subject to change on a regular basis, without notice. The Agency assumes no responsibility for any damages incurred as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of any of the contents of this site.
Calendar: Below are the dates of meetings and deadlines for application materials.
|Board Meetings: To request an item be included on a board meeting agenda, please submit the request in writing to the Board office.|
|Date||Time||Agenda Item Request Due|
|Deadlines for all application documents (including background check forms)|
|Elizabeth Jones, Director|
|vacant, Administrative Analyst|
|Note: Please call the Board office for any questions you might have. (501) 682-9015.|
The Chiropractic Board is empowered by law to enact, interpret, and apply rules and regulations governing the conduct of individuals licensed under the State of Arkansas Chiropractic Practice Act.
Any person or legal entity may file a complaint or report a violation to the board. Such complaints may be submitted in writing, along with the ASBCE Uniform Complaint Form, and should state facts, which indicate possible misconduct by the licensee. The board may act on its own initiative if evidence of misconduct comes to the attention of the board.
A complaint may also be filed through the online complaint portal HERE.
When filing a complaint give full details, which should include facts, details, and dates. Attach all billing document records, correspondence, and contracts.
If the doctor is licensed by the Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners a letter is mailed to the doctor along with a copy of the complaint requesting a response within ten days. Upon receiving a letter of response from the doctor the investigation committee determines whether further investigation is warranted or whether an informal disposition may be attempted by settlement, consent, agreement, or for lack of sufficient probable cause.
Upon completion of an investigation, the Board investigation committee determines whether a disciplinary hearing should be scheduled to resolve the issue.
The licensee has a right to a fair hearing. Procedures, which protect the licensee's rights, while allowing the board to conscientiously enforce its rules, are essential to an effective disciplinary environment.
- Meeting Minutes
- Freedom of Information
- Professional Associations and Organizations related to or used by Chiropractors
- Arkansas Student scholarship for Chiropractic College (Scholarships may be available for Arkansas residents to attend chiropractic college)
- State Holidays/Office Closings (Legal Holidays by Authority of Act 304 of 2001)
- Disciplinary Actions
- Procurer Roster (actively registered for 2023)
- Arkansas Financial Transparency
|Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners||101 East Capitol Avenue, Suite 209
Little Rock, AR 72201
|(501) 682-9015 Business
(501) 682-9016 Fax (currently not working)
(866) 257-8277 Toll Free