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OBCE Complaint Form
Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners
530 Center St NE, Suite 620
Salem, Oregon  97301

The Board investigates and acts upon complaints against Doctors of Chiropractic if they involve violation of the Oregon Statutes concerning the Chiropractic Profession (ORS Chapter 684 and OAR Chapter 811).

All complaints made to the Board are thoroughly considered and often referred for substantive investigation.  All spaces should be filled in as completely as possible.  Whenever information is not known, please state that.  If the Board decides to bring charges against a chiropractor and to hold a hearing thereon, advance notice must be given to the licensee to enable preparation of a defense.  Therefore, in most cases, there is considerable time lapse between the filing of the complaint and the investigation and the hearing, if one is held.  In all cases, you will be advised as to the outcome of your complaint.  If after investigation, the Board decides to proceed with formal action, you may be called upon to testify as a witness.

Please read all questions before you begin.  Answer all of the questions, if possible.  

In order for the OBCE to open an investigation, your name and contact information must be provided.  Anonymous complaints are very difficult to investigate.  Our staff will likely need to speak with you regarding the information you provide in order to properly investigate the matter.  However, complaints are confidential, as is the information you provide.​

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