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32-933 - Inactive license; restrictions; reinstatement to active license
32-933. Inactive license; restrictions; reinstatement to active license
A. On written request, the board shall place a licensee in good standing on inactive status. The request shall state that the licensee is not currently engaged in the practice of chiropractic in this state.
B. If an inactive licensee applies to the board for reinstatement to active licensure within two years after the date the board issues a notice of inactive status, the inactive licensee shall submit the full annual license renewal fee and prove to the board's satisfaction that the licensee has met the continuing education requirements of section 32-931 and board rules relating to continuing education.
C. In addition to meeting the requirements of subsection B of this section, a licensee who has been on inactive status and who has not been actively engaged in the practice of chiropractic for more than two years must pass the national board of chiropractic examiners spec examination before reinstatement to active licensure.
D. A licensee who is on inactive status shall meet all of the requirements of section 32-923.
E. The practice of chiropractic in this state during any time that a license is on inactive status is grounds for sanction of the licensee.