Wyoming Board of Chiropractic Examiners

Creation of the Board

The Wyoming Legislature created the Board of Chiropractic Examiners in 1929 to protect and promote the welfare of the public by ensuring each licensee is competent to practice chiropractic safely.

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.

Mission Statement

The ultimate responsibility of the Board is to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Wyoming by ensuring that those individuals licensed to provide chiropractic services in the state are duly qualified.

Who must be licensed

Chiropractors:

Chiropractic is the system of specific adjustment or manipulation of the joints and tissues of the body and the treatment of the human body by the application of manipulative, manual, mechanical, physiotherapeutic or clinical nutritional methods for which those persons licensed under this chapter are trained and may include venipuncture, acupuncture and the use of diagnostic x-rays with rights for referral for advanced diagnostic imaging. A chiropractor may examine, diagnose and treat patients provided, however, chiropractors shall not perform surgery, direct the use of or administer drugs required by law to be dispensed on prescription only, practice obstetrics or prescribe or administer x-ray therapy. For purposes of this act, "venipuncture" means the puncture of the vein for the withdrawal of blood.

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