PRACTICE ACT (also called STATUTE)
Practice ActWyoming Statutes 33-10-101 through -117


TYPES OF RULEMAKING
To expand on the authority given by the legislature in the Board's Practice Act, the Board may promulgate the following rule types: Emergency, Proposed, or Filed. 

Emergency rules, once approved, are valid for 120 days. Proposed rules, once approved, are posted for a 45 day public comment period. Filed rules, once approved, have gone through the public comment period and are the current rules in effect for the Board and licensees. 


FILED RULES AND REGULATIONS (effective March 29, 2018)
Promulgated by authority under the Chiropractors Licensure Act W.S. 33-10-101 through W.S. 33-10-117.
The complete version of the Rules filed March 29, 2018. These are formatted for two-sided printing.

Rules and Regulations by Chapter:
Chapter 1 - General Provisions
Chapter 2 - Licensure Requirements and Application Procedures
Chapter 3 - REPEALED 2013
Chapter 4 - Renewal of Licenses
Chapter 5 - Fees
Chapter 6 - REPEALED 2016
Chapter 7 - Process and Procedure for Application, Licensure, and Disciplinary Matters
Chapter 8 - REPEALED 2016
Chapter 9 - Acupuncture
Chapter 10 - Preceptorship Training Programs
Chapter 11 - Chiropractic Practice
Appendix A - REPEALED 2013

As referenced in Chapter 1, you can find the following incorporated materials:



The Board's Rules and Practice Act have been listed above for your ease and convenience.  To obtain these materials directly from their source:

You can find the Rules on the Secretary of State's website at: https://rules.wyo.gov/. Click "Current Rules" and scroll down for "Chiropractic Examiners, Board of (030)".

You can find the Practice Act (aka Statute) on the Wyoming Legislature's website at: http://legisweb.state.wy.us/LSOWEB/wyStatutes.aspx.  You will be searching for Title 33, Chapter 10 for the Board of Chiropractic Examiners. 


ADVISORIES
There may be times the Board finds it necessary to make specific determinations about various practice related questions. As they are determined, they are posted on the Practice page of the Board's website.



The Wyoming Board of Chiropractic Examiners is staffed through the Professional Licensing Boards Office, a division of A&I.