(1) A minimum of two (2) years shall pass
from the date of any revocation of a license before the Board will consider an
application for reinstatement. If the Board denies any application for
reinstatement, the Board may require that a minimum of two (2) years pass from
the date of the denial before the Board will consider subsequent applications
for reinstatement. This rule shall only apply in those instances which the
license in question was revoked for reasons other than failure to
(2) For purposes of this
regulation, the administrative revocation of a license for failure to renew
shall not be treated as a disciplinary action or contested case.
(3) In order to reinstate a license to
practice chiropractic, an applicant must complete an application and pay a
reinstatement fee. The applicant must submit a detailed resume of such
licensee's chiropractic experience since the date said license was last renewed
and in good standing.
(4) If the
chiropractor has been practicing outside of Georgia, the Board must receive a
statement from a recognized licensing jurisdiction regarding the state of
licensure in such locale.
applicant must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board that he or she has
maintained current knowledge, skill and proficiency in the practice of
chiropractic and that he or she is mentally and physically able to practice
with reasonable skill and safety.
(6) The Board may require the passage of an
examination, such as the Special Purposes Examination for Chiropractic
administered by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners or other
assessments as designated and approved by the Board.
(7) Reinstatement of a license is at the
Board's discretion. The Board may deny reinstatement but the applicant shall be
entitled to an appearance before the Board.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 100-2-.09
. Original Rule entitled
"Reinstatement of Expired Licenses" adopted. F. Jan.
13, 1999; eff. Feb. 3, 1999.
Amended: F. Sept. 12,
2003; eff. Oct. 2, 2003.
Repealed: New Rule of same title adopted. F.
Sept. 5, 2006; eff.
Sept. 25, 2006.