A person who, whether expressly or by implication, describes himself as a chiropractor, chiropractic practitioner, chiropractitioner, chiropractic physician, or any other kind of chiropractor, is guilty of an offence unless he is a registered chiropractor1. A person who, without reasonable excuse, fails to comply with any requirement imposed by the professional conduct committee2, the health committee3, or an appeal tribunal hearing an appeal4 under rules made by virtue of the Chiropractors Act 19945 is guilty of an offence6.
A person guilty of an offence under these provisions
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