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If a person wishes to call themselves a chiropractor in the UK, they are required to be registered with us. It is a criminal offence for a person who is not registered with us to describe themselves as a chiropractor. 

Section 32(1) of the Chiropractors Act 1994 provides:

A person who (whether expressly or by implication) describes himself as a chiropractor, chiropractic practitioner, chiropractitioner, chiropractic physician, or any other kind of chiropractor, is guilty of an offence unless he is a registered chiropractor.

If you have concerns that someone is describing themselves as a chiropractor and they are not registered with us then you can inform us below.

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Complain about a Registered Chiropractor

Complete the form to complain about a registered chiropractor.

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Raising a Concern about a Fellow Chiropractor

This section provides information for chiropractors and other health professionals, including fellow chiropractors, who have concerns about a chiropractor.

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