By joining the BCCA, you demonstrate your support to raise public awareness about MSK health, promote chiropractic research, advocate for expanding the chiropractic scope of practice and integrating chiropractic care as part of the health care system. BCCA works tirelessly to ensure you can focus on what matters the most – your patients.
- Qualifications to Practice as a BC Chiropractor
- Membership Perks
- BCCA Member Registration
- Frequently Asked Questions
Qualifications to Practice as a BC Chiropractor
In British Columbia, you must be registered with the College of Chiropractors of British Columbia (CCBC) to practice chiropractic, please visit the CCBC website to learn about the registration process, if you are not already registered. If you would like to learn more about the BCCA registration process please visit ‘Steps to Take Before and After Graduation’ section.
BCCA offers several categories of membership:
- Student member (free)
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd-year graduate member (discounted membership rate sponsored by BCCA members)
- Full member
- Adjunct member (those belonging to another provincial association, an academic institution etc.)
- Senior member (certain terms and condition do apply)
- Retiree member (for those who have retired from the profession)
Please note, that in order to qualify for membership and professional liability insurance with the Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (CCPA), you must first be a BCCA and CCA member.
What are the BCCA membership fees and processing times?
Please contact BCCA for further information on fees and processing times at 604-270-1332 or toll free at 1-866-256-1474.
What are the CCBC license fees and processing times?
Information about registration and licencing fees can be found on the CCBC website. All CCBC applications are completed and processed online. Please allow for a minimum of four weeks processing time once all documentation has been received by CCBC.