News and Events

Upcoming Chiropractic Exam:
August 7th, 2019,  Announcement on Upcoming exam: The upcoming exam has been rescheduled as follows:
October 8th-25th ,2019, is the new period to apply to take the exam.
November 5th  2019: Subcommittee meeting to officially approve each application
November 13th 2019: Ministry of Public Health Website will post who has been officially approved to take the exam
December 12th and 13th  2019: Dates of the actual exam.
All Chiropractors interested in taking the exam are required to have graduated from a Chiropractic College approved by the Thailand Chiropractic Association. Chiropractors convicted of a serious crime in Thailand, or abroad are prohibited from taking the exam. Chiropractors with a history of professional misconduct are also prohibited from taking the exam. All foreign Chiropractors wishing to take the exam are required to have resided in Thailand for the last 3 years prior to the exam date.


Chiropractor practicing illegally arrested in Bangkok

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Relicensing Seminar:
On April 19th and 20th, 2015, The Thailand Chiropractic Association held its relicensing seminar for all licensed Chiropractors in Thailand. All licensed Chiropractors in Thailand are required to attend a relicensing seminar every 2 years to maintain licensure. This year the seminar was hosted by Bangkok Hospital.
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Lectures were presented by Medical specialists in the fields of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Orthopedics and Physical Medicine.
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Dr. Chase Schneier gave a lecture on new developments in Chiropractic practice.
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Neurosurgeon Phudhiphorn Thienprasit and Chiropractor Mark Leoni spoke on the topic of multidisciplinary case management for better patient outcomes.
Representatives of the Legal Department and the Licensing Board of the Ministry of Public Health lectured on the legal requirements to practice Chiropractic legally in Thailand.