Protecting The Public
The MCA Regulatory Board:
- sets requirements for entry into the profession
- registers and licenses chiropractors
- sets standards of practice and a code of ethics for professional practice
- monitors chiropractic competence through a quality assurance program
- investigates complaints and reports against chiropractors, and
- disciplines those members who have committed acts of professional misconduct or who are determined to be incompetent or incapacitated
Before being allowed to practice as a chiropractor in Manitoba, chiropractors must:
- graduate from an accredited chiropractic college; and
- pass national and provincial licensing examinations
- Applicants must also meet the requirements of Employment and Immigration Canada and demonstrate a reasonable fluency in either English or French.
The Regulatory Board is also responsible for handling of any complaints that may arise in Manitoba related to the delivery of chiropractic services.