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Chapter 100-14 PROFESSORS OR INSTRUCTORS EMPLOYED BY CHIROPRACTIC SCHOOLS IN GEORGIA

Rule 100-14-.01 Professors or Instructors Employed By Chiropractic Schools in Georgia

(1) A Doctor of Chiropractic shall not be authorized to supervise or perform any chiropractic task or service provided on a fee-for-service basis without having first obtained a license to practice chiropractic in this State. Any person violating this rule shall be regarded as practicing chiropractic without a license.
(2) No person licensed to practice chiropractic in this or another State who is employed as a professor or instructor by a chiropractic school or college located in this State for undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate studies, shall be authorized to teach, instruct, supervise, or perform any task, procedure, or course of instruction that is not within the scope of chiropractic practice as provided for in Chapter 43-9 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated.