CCO Certificate of Registration
The College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO) is the governing body established by the provincial government to regulate chiropractors for the public interest. Every chiropractor practicing in Ontario must be a registered member of the College.
- To regulate the profession in the public interest in accordance with the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, the Chiropractic Act, 1991, regulation and by-laws.
- To register qualified applicants as chiropractors in Ontario.
- To maintain a public register.
- To investigate and review complaints and reports.
- To conduct discipline hearings.
- To develop and implement a quality assurance program, which includes self, peer and practice assessment, continuing education and professional development.
- To develop and maintain standards of practice and professional ethics.
Visit CCO’s website for the full scope of their oversight: www.cco.on.ca
How to join the CCO
On successful completion of all examination requirements, candidates will receive a letter of successful passing and a registration form and then may apply for CCO registration.
First Time Renewal Discount:
You will receive a discount of 50% in your first year of renewal with CCO.