|Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners|
|The State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners is the regulatory body of the State of Arizona charged with protecting the health, welfare and safety of the public through the enforcement of the laws governing the practice of chiropractic.|
|Arizona Chiropractic Society|
|The Arizona Chiropractic Society (ACS) is a non-profit state association for Arizona chiropractors founded in 1991. ACS works to strengthen and protect chiropractic, safeguard practice rights, provide effective representation at the Arizona Legislature, make needed changes in health insurance law and personal injury litigation, provide information regarding claims denials, IMEs and low speed impact biomechanical reports, and advise doctors who have had Chiropractic Board complaints and provide personal advice to chiropractors.|
|Iowa Board of Chiropractic|
The Iowa Board of Chiropractic evaluates the qualifications of applicants for licensure and grants licenses to those who qualify.
The Board establishes rules and regulations to ensure the integrity and competence of licensed Chiropractor's and investigates complaints for unprofessional conduct.
|Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners|
|The mission of the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners is to protect and benefit the public health and safety, and promote quality in the chiropractic profession. The values we embrace are consistency, equity, honesty, responsibility and collaboration.|
|South Dakota Board of Chiropractic Examiners|
|The mission of the South Dakota Board of Chiropractic Examiners is threefold: to protect the continuing health, welfare, and safety of consumers of chiropractic services by ensuring that qualified chiropractors are licensed and their practice is regulated by enforcement of updated statutes, rules, regulations, and board policies, including continuing education and consumer complaint processing.|