Chiropractic has been a self-governing profession in Saskatchewan since 1943 with its own legislation.
By law, every province requires chiropractors to earn a license before they are granted the privilege of treating the public. To be licensed, chiropractors must graduate from an accredited chiropractic educational program and pass stringent national examinations, administered by the Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board (CCEB), as well as a provincial exam. They must also provide proof of good character and, where it applies, good standing in jurisdictions where they have practiced previously.
Chiropractic has been a self-governing profession in Saskatchewan since 1943 with its own legislation. The current law,The Chiropractic Act, 1994, and its bylaws stipluate that chiropractors must put the health and well being of the public at the heart of everything they do. The primary duty of the Chiropractors' Association of Saskatchewan(CAS) is to ensure that chiropractors comply with the Act and bylaws and provide the public with safe and effective chiropractic care.
How does one get a license to practice in Saskatchewan?
To apply for a license to practice in Saskatchewan please contact the CAS Registrar