College of Chiropractors of BC
The College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC) is the licensing and regulatory body for the profession. All chiropractors must be licensed through the CCBC in order to practice in BC.
The CCBC’s primary responsibility is to protect the public by setting the minimum standards to practice, establishing guidelines and ensuring ongoing clinical competency of chiropractic doctors. The CCBC also receives complaints regarding the conduct of chiropractors from the public, investigating each concern and acting appropriately.
Previously, the BCCA and CCBC shared a web domain at bcchiro.com. The CCBC is now located at chirobc.com. The CCBC website is a useful resource for:
- Chiropractic legislation, bylaws and guidelines
- Patient charter of rights and expectations
- Filing a complaint and the complaint review process
- Verification of registered chiropractors
- Discipline findings and information
- Competency information and quality assurance programs
How the CCBC can help you
The CCBC represents your questions & concerns about chiropractors & the profession.
In order to practice in British Columbia, chiropractic doctors must be registered through the CCBC.
Chiropractic patients in British Columbia have rights
Find out more about how the CCBC sets and upholds the standards and legislation for BC chiropractors.