Chiropractic Practice Standards

The Royal College of Chiropractors’ Chiropractic Practice Standards are brief, evidence-based documents that are designed to help chiropractors meet their obligations in the provision of patient care and/or the governance of their services. For each area of practice, they highlight relevant elements of the General Chiropractic Council’s Code, and other statutory requirements as appropriate, and guide chiropractors in terms of adopting a best practice approach according to the available evidence.

The RCC’s first Chiropractic Practice Standard, concerned with patient communication, is currently in development.