OAR 811-015-0045


A chiropractic physician shall not use or participate in the use of improper advertising. Improper advertising is any advertising which:


States any fact which would result in the communication being untruthful, misleading, or deceptive;


Contains statistical or other assertions of predicted rates of success of treatment; or


Claims a specialty, degree, or diplomate not possessed or that does not exist.


A chiropractic physician shall not practice under a name that is misleading as to the identity of the chiropractic physician(s) practicing under such name or under a firm name which is misleading.


A chiropractic physician shall adhere to the Doctors’ Title Act, ORS 676.110 (Use of title “doctor”)(2).


A chiropractic physician may use a professional card and/or letterhead identifying the chiropractic physician’s name, profession, address, telephone number, name of the chiropractic office and educational degrees. It may also include names of licensed associates.
Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

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