C.R.S. Section 12-215-121
Unauthorized practice

  • penalties
  • exemption

(1)

Except as specified in subsection (2) or (3) of this section, any person who practices or offers or attempts to practice chiropractic without an active license issued under this article 215 is subject to penalties pursuant to section 12-20-407 (1)(a).

(2)

A chiropractor who lawfully practices chiropractic in another state or territory and whose license is in good standing in the other state or territory may practice chiropractic in this state for the limited purpose of treating members, coaches, and staff of a visiting sports team while in Colorado without having a license issued pursuant to this article 215. An unlicensed chiropractor practicing pursuant to this subsection (2) shall not:

(a)

Practice in Colorado more than ten days in a twelve-month period;

(b)

Enter Colorado to practice more than three times in a twelve-month period; or

(c)

Hold himself or herself out as a chiropractor to or practice chiropractic with members of the general public.

(3)

A chiropractor who lawfully practices chiropractic in another state or territory may provide chiropractic services to athletes or team personnel registered to train at the United States Olympic training center in Colorado Springs or to provide chiropractic services at an event in this state sanctioned by the United States Olympic Committee. The chiropractor’s services shall be contingent upon the requirements and approvals of the United States Olympic Committee and shall not exceed ninety days per calendar year.

Source: Section 12-215-121 — Unauthorized practice - penalties - exemption, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-12.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

12–215–101
Legislative declaration - unlawful acts - license required
12–215–102
Applicability of common provisions
12–215–103
Definitions
12–215–104
State board of chiropractic examiners - board meetings - election of officers - subject to review - repeal of article
12–215–105
Board powers - limits on authority - publications - records - rules
12–215–106
Licensure - minimum education requirements
12–215–107
Display of license required
12–215–108
Application for license - fee - examination
12–215–109
Licensure by endorsement
12–215–110
Renewal of license
12–215–111
Change of address - reporting required
12–215–112
Persons licensed under previous laws
12–215–113
Continuing education
12–215–114
Professional liability insurance required - rules
12–215–115
Discipline of licensees - suspension, revocation, denial, and probation - grounds - definitions
12–215–116
Mental and physical examination of licensees
12–215–117
Use of title
12–215–118
Disciplinary proceedings
12–215–119
Professional review committee - immunity
12–215–120
Cease-and-desist orders
12–215–121
Unauthorized practice - penalties - exemption
12–215–122
Judicial review
12–215–123
Duty of district attorneys - duty of department of regulatory agencies
12–215–124
Professional service corporations, limited liability companies, and registered limited liability partnerships for the practice of chiropractic - definitions
12–215–125
Reporting requirements
12–215–126
Confidentiality - exceptions
12–215–127
Animal chiropractic - registration - qualifications - continuing education - collaboration with veterinarian - discipline - title restriction - rules
12–215–128
Chiropractic assistants
12–215–129
Confidential agreement to limit practice
12–215–130
Chiropractic students - chiropractic services - consent - rules
12–215–201
Legislative declaration
12–215–202
Board authorized to issue rules - definition
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Current through Fall 2024

§ 12-215-121’s source at colorado​.gov