How CCO Protects the Public Interest


CCO sets requirements for entry to the profession, registers chiropractors, sets standards of practice and guidelines for professional practice, monitors chiropractic competence through a quality assurance program, investigates complaints and reports against chiropractors and disciplines those members who have committed acts of professional misconduct or who are incompetent or incapacitated.

Before being allowed to practice as a chiropractor in Ontario , chiropractors must:

  • graduate from an accredited chiropractic college
  • pass national and provincial licensing examinations

Applicants must also meet the requirements of Employment and Immigration Canada and demonstrate a reasonable fluency in either English or French.

Legislation and Ethics Examination and Record Keeping Workshop

CCO will be holding the next sitting of the legislation and ethics examination and record keeping workshop on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at the CCO Office, 130 Bloor Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1N5.

Please complete the legislation and ethics examination application and submit it to Ms Madeline Cheng, Registration Coordinator to apply for the examination. Please contact Ms Madeline Cheng at mcheng@cco.on.ca or 416-922-6355 ext. 113 for any questions.

Please see the record keeping workshop information sheet and apply using the record keeping workshop application form and submit it to Ms Rose Bustria, Administrative Asistant to apply for the workshop. Please contact Ms Rose Bustria at bustria@cco.on.ca or 416-922-6355 ext. 101 for any questions.