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Arkansas Code Title 17. Professions, Occupations, and Businesses § 17-81-302. Exempted activities

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This chapter does not prohibit or require a license with respect to any of the following acts:

(1) The performance of services in case of an emergency;

(2)(A) The performance of services in this state on an occasional basis, limited to thirty (30) days in each calendar year, by a chiropractor who is lawfully practicing chiropractic in another state or territory.

(B)(i) Within seven (7) days before travel described in subdivision (2)(A) of this section, the chiropractor shall send a written notice through mail or electronic means to the Arkansas State Board of Chiropractic Examiners stating at a minimum the date or dates of travel to Arkansas, who will perform the services, and where the services will be performed.

(ii) A chiropractor who submits a written notice shall also provide proof of malpractice insurance.

(C) However, if any such chiropractor performs services on a regular basis, or for his or her regular use maintains or is provided with any office or other place to meet persons for the performance of such services in the State of Arkansas, he or she shall obtain a license to practice chiropractic in the State of Arkansas;

(3) The practice of medicine and surgery, osteopathy, dentistry, podiatry, optometry, Christian Science, physical therapy, cosmetology, therapy technology, or any other branch of the healing arts as defined by the laws of this state.  This chapter does not limit, restrict, enlarge, or alter the privileges and practices of any of these professions or branches of the healing arts;  or

(4) The practice of chiropractic through a program in partnership with federal Innovative Readiness Training if the chiropractor has obtained a license to practice from another state, commonwealth, territory, or the District of Columbia.

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