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Example of 'I'm Registered' logo used on a nameplateCreated for registrants, the 'I'm Registered' mark helps patients recognise and trust that their healthcare professional is a fully registered, legal, competent chiropractor.

By displaying this mark on your web and social media sites, you assure patients that you have the best education and practitioner skills, setting you apart from non-regulated practitioners.

How to use the 'I'm Registered' mark

Four versions of the 'I'm Registered' mark have been created for registrant use. Any version can be used as long as it appears clear and unaltered.

The 'I'm Registered' logo can be downloaded from the 'I'm Registered' tab in the GCC Portal.


  • Do not use the General Chiropractic Council’s corporate logo as this may suggest that the GCC is endorsing your practice as opposed to recognising the fact that you have valid registration.
  • Do not misuse the 'I'm Registered' mark as this will be regarded as misconduct and may be pursued as a fitness to practise matter.
  • If a person who is not registered with the GCC uses the mark, they will be committing a criminal act and be liable for prosecution. Please contact us if you see it being used by someone who is not registered.

The Code

The Code outlines the standards of performance, conduct and ethics expected of chiropractors in the UK. Chiropractors must meet these standards to join and remain on our register.

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Guidance and Toolkits

Guidance and toolkits help registrants remain GCC Code-compliant in their professional activities.

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Career Pathways

Discover more about other career options open to chiropractors in addition to clinical practice.

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Fitness to Practise advice for registrants

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Quality Standards and Guidelines

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Use of ‘Chiropractic’ in a Company Name

Information on how to apply for a Companies House Letter of Authorisation from the GCC.

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Your registration number and the title of Doctor

Guidance on using your GCC registration and the Doctor title.

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