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News Articles from the ND Board of Chiropractic Examiners

  • Phishing/Spam Email


    It has been reported that many of our licensees have received an email from our Executive Director, but the email address is not associated with the Board.

    Please do not open this email as it is phishing/spam. We are looking into the situation.

    Thank you.

  • Scam Alert

    The North Dakota State Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NDSBCE) has been made aware that at least one licensee has received multiple phone calls from persons falsely claiming to be the NDSBCE or the board office. These scam phone calls use the NDSBCE telephone number and therefore appear to originate from the board office. Please note that any sensitive license issues will not be discussed on the phone - these are always handled in writing. Our Executive Director will always identify herself if a phone call to a licensee is ever required. We are staffed by a single individual (Executive Director) and have not hired or contracted any outside entities. Please do not provide personal information over the phone to anyone that you do not know or trust. Contact your private attorney for assistance. If you have received a suspicious call related to your license, please do not hesitate to contact the office to confirm the status of your license.

    The ND Board of Chiropractic Examiners has updated their fax number.  Our new/current fax number is: (855) 450-2153.
  • Patient Record Retention

    Per the North Dakota Administrative Rules: 17-03-01-01 Unprofessional Conduct. The board may revoke, suspend, or deny a license to any person otherwise qualified or licensed by the board who is found to have committed unprofessional conduct. Unprofessional conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following: (3): Failing to maintain the chiropractic standard of care for a patient record and a billing record for each patient which accurately reflects the evaluation or treatment, or both, of the patient and the fees charged to the patient. Unless otherwise provided, all patient records must be retained for at least seven (7) years.
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