The Chiropractic Board is the regulatory authority under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act responsible for protecting public safety related to chiropractic and matters related to chiropractor competence and conduct.

Chiropractors must be registered with and hold a practising certificate from the Board to practise chiropractic in New Zealand.

Chiropractors must also comply with the Chiropractic Board's policy and requirements for continuing professional development (CPD).

For information about chiropractic registration, overseas registration, complaints or general information, go to the NZCB website: