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Frequently Asked Questions



  1. Do I need a license to work in Delaware if I am licensed in another state?
  2. How do I apply for licensure?
  3. Does Delaware have reciprocity?
  4. How much does a license cost?
  5. How do I become a preceptor for a Chiropractic Intern?

Answers

 

Do I need a license to work in Delaware if I am licensed in another state?

Answer: Yes. The Board of Chiropractors must issue you a license to work in Delaware.

 

How do I apply for licensure?

Answer: See Licensure Requirements.

 

Does Delaware have reciprocity?

Answer: See Licensure Requirements.

 

How much does a license cost?

Answer: See Fee Schedule.

 

How do I become a preceptor for a Chiropractic Intern?

Answer: Submit your request on the Request for Approval as a Preceptor Chiropractor form.  A chiropractic college must also approve you to be an adjunct faculty member in the student/preceptor program.


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