Actions Taken by the Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners at its November 19 Meeting
Macon, Ga.—The Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners met on Thursday, November 19, 2009.
The Board voted to adopt the following rule amendments:
- 100-4-.0, Advertising. Amended: Removes the listing of diplomate statuses/certifications since there is a current list found in Board rule 100-4-.02.
- 100-4-.02, Diplomate Status/Certifications: Adds the Council on Extremity Adjusting and the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians to the rule.
- 100-5-.04, Application for Approval and Responsibilities of Providers: Requires CE program providers to list additional information on the certificate/approvals provided to licensees who attend the respective CE program.
- 100-7-.08, Review Agent: Moves the rule to a new chapter and allows for a grandfather period for the Board to consider licensees as Review Agents.
The Board voted to post amendments to the following Board rules:
- 100-4-.02, Diplomate Status/Certifications: Adds the organization Medical Provider Workers Compensation Professional (MPWCP) to the rule.
- 100-17-.01, Review Agents: Requires that chiropractors who are seeking approval as review agents possess the physiotherapy modalities certification as their secondary license type on their Georgia license.
The Board accepted public consent orders from the following licensees:
- Rachel E. Moeser, D.C., Buford: Reinstating license, citing a period of unlicensed practice after license lapsed for non-renewal.
- Andrew Sokol, D.C., Marietta: Voluntarily restricting chiropractic practice due to a federal indictment.
- Julie Weisberg, D.C., Marietta: Voluntarily restricting chiropractic practice due to a federal indictment.
The Georgia Board of Chiropractic Examiners will hold its next meeting Thursday, January 21, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at the Professional Licensing Boards Division office in Macon.