Ala. Admin. Code r. 190-X-2-.12 - Reinstatement Of License/Clinic Permit
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
Any chiropractor who has not renewed their license by December 31st of any year or who has not reinstated their license by January 31st of the following year who desires to return to the active practice of chiropractic shall submit an application for reinstatement and a nonrefundable reinstatement fee and penalty as established in Rule 190-X-.1 -.18. In addition, the applicant shall possess good moral character and meet the educational requirements existing at the time of initial licensure. As a condition of reinstatement, the board may require the completion a designated number of continuing education hours, the successful completion of a refresher course(s)at an accredited chiropractor college approved by the board, passing of a law exam or all of the above. The board shall also require any other requirements imposed by any applicable statutory provision.
Any permit holder who has not renewed the permit by December 31 of any year or who has not reinstated the permit by January 31 of the following year who desires to continue operation of their practice shall submit an application for reinstatement and a non-refundable reinstatement fee and penalty as established in Rule 190-X-.1 -.18. In addition the applicant shall possess good moral character and meet the requirements existing at the time the initial permit was issued. The Board shall also require any other requirements imposed by any applicable statutory provision.
Author: Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, §§ 34-24-144, 34-24-165, 34-24-172.
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