A chiropractor not licensed to practice
in Georgia but who is licensed and in good standing in any other state,
territory, or jurisdiction of the United States or any other nation or foreign
jurisdiction may engage in the practice of chiropractic if he or she is
employed or designated in his or her professional capacity by a sports or
performing arts entity visiting the State for a specific sports or performing
arts event subject to the following restrictions and rules:
(a) The practice of chiropractic subject to
this rule shall be limited to members, coaches, and/or official staff of the
team or event for which that chiropractor is designated. In the event that
services are requested by a specific athlete or performer, the practice of
chiropractic shall be limited to services performed for that individual
(b) The practice of
chiropractic as authorized by this rule shall be limited to the designated
venue of the event or designated treatment area for said event. The Board, in
its discretion, may audit, review, or inspect the venue and chiropractic
chiropractor practicing under the authority of this Section may utilize only
those practices and procedures that are within the scope of chiropractic
practice in the State of Georgia as authorized by O.C.G.A. 43-9 and the rules
and regulations governing chiropractic practice in this State.
A chiropractor practicing under the
authority of this Section may not utilize electrical therapeutic modalities if
he or she does not have at least 120 hours of instruction in their proper
utilization as required by O.C.G.A.
and Board Rule
(e) Any violation of law, rule, or regulation
governing the chiropractic practice provided for pursuant to O.C.G.A. §
result in the immediate revocation of all such privileges pertaining to the
practice of chiropractic in this State. Such violations may, in the discretion
of the Board, be considered grounds for refusal or sanction of a license should
the person apply for licensure in this State.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 100-13-.01
Original Rule entitled
"Travel To Treat; Visiting Practice" adopted. F. Jan.
22, 1996; eff. Feb. 11, 1996.