The College of Chiropractors of BC publishes a Professional Conduct Handbook (PCH) applicable to all registrants of the College. Registrants are responsible to be familiar with the content in the handbook. The public will also find information regarding commonly asked questions. The PCH is revised periodically by the College as required.
On March 21, 2020, the Board of the CCBC approved changes to the Professional Conduct Handbook, effective immediately:
Amendment of Part 3 – Provision of Care and Addition of Appendix P
3.5 A chiropractor may provide telehealth services in accordance with Appendix P of the Handbook.
For the February 13, 2020 amendments to the Professional Conduct Handbook
on Fee Arrangements, registrants can review these changes
in Part 5 of the PCH and the Terms for Implementation here,
and learn more about these amendments from the following link:
Q&A: Amendments to PCH Part 5 Billing Arrangements
If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Deputy Registrar.