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Alaska Chiropractic Licenses EXPIRE 12/31/2016

Thursday, November 17, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sheri Ryan
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Alaska DC Licenses Expire 12/31/2016!

All Doctors of Chiropractic currently licensed in the State of Alaska should have received a hot pink postcard in the mail from the State of Alaska, Division of Corporations, Business and Professional Licensing Division.  If you did not, it is because you have moved and the State of Alaska does not have your current address.  You are required to notify the State of Alaska when your address changes.  You can make address and name changes with your renewal due no later than 12/31/2016.  In the future, you can make address changes with this form.  

NEW THIS YEAR - ONLINE LICENSE RENEWAL!  You will need your DC license number in order to renew online.  You may also download a 2017/2018 Chiropractic Physician License Renewal paper application to complete and mail.  The Biennial license renewal fee is $600 for DCs licensed for the full calendar years of 2015 + 2016.  For DCs who had their licenses issued in 2016, the biennial renewal fee is $300.  Faxed or emailed renewal applications are NOT ACCEPTED.  You must either renew ONLINE or through the mail.  If you MAIL your renewal application - keep a copy and send the renewal application through the USPS Certified mail with Return Receipt so that you have proof you mailed your application and that the State of Alaska received the application.  

ALL Chiropractic licenses expire 12/31/2016.  There is NO GRACE PERIOD.  NO paper application will be mailed to you.  The hot pink postcard sent by the State of Alaska in mid-late October is the ONE AND ONLY notification you will receive to renew your license.  It is ILLEGAL to work in the State of Alaska without a valid license.  I am encouraging all Doctors of Chiropractic to renew EARLY!!!  Do not wait until late December to apply for renewal.  Approximately 300 Chiropractic Physicians statewide are applying at the same time and to insure you receive your license prior to year-end - RENEW NOW!  

Be Advised

The Board of Chiropractic Examiners will seek maximum penalties of unlicensed chiropractic physicians, including those who have an inactive, retired, lapsed or expired license and are providing chiropractic care in Alaska. Any licensed chiropractic physician who is found violating any statute or regulation pertaining to the practice of chiropractic in Alaska will be subject to disciplinary actions as deemed appropriate by the Board and this Department.

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