Only 5 states qualify for reciprocity with NC:
- S. Dakota
Reciprocity Candidates from those 5 states will need to:
- Complete the DC application
- Pay the Application fee and background check fee
- Pass the Jurisprudence Exam
- Then comply with:
90-143.1. Applicants licensed in other states.
If an applicant for licensure is already licensed in another state to practice chiropractic, the Board shall issue a license to practice chiropractic to the applicant upon evidence that:
- The applicant is currently an active, competent practitioner and is in good standing; and
- The applicant has practiced at least one year out of the three years immediately preceding his or her application; and
- The applicant currently holds a valid license in another state; and
- No disciplinary proceeding or unresolved complaint is pending anywhere at the time a license is to be issued by this State; and
- The licensure requirements in the other state are equivalent to or higher than those required by this State.
If compliant with the above, the reciprocity candidate shall be granted a NC license to practice chiropractic.