In Rhode Island chiropractic salary is evenly distributed at a yearly average of $142,000 in its 9 cities and vast towns. The variation ranges between average yearly salaries of $144,937 and $142,128. The highest paid city is New Port whereas the lowest paid is Coventry.
To qualify for chiropractor jobs in Rhode Island, you must meet the following requirements:
Rhode Island Board of Examiners in Chiropractic
This is the board in charge of licensing chiropractors and regulating the practice in Rhode Island. For all licenses, the board requires that each applicant attend the annual Continuing Education and pay a license fee as stated below.
Initial license fee: $210
License renewal fee: $210
The board requires not less than 60 CE hours renewed every 3 years with no less than 50 distance credit hours also allowed. Of all these hours 2 hour must be spent on ethics, 2 on pain and symptom management, 2 on special boundaries, 2 on physical measures, 2 on performance and ordering of tests.
Chiropractic Society of Rhode Island
The CSRI is your everyday source of family doctors for all your chiropractic needs. Its mission is to protect the member chiropractors and the public by ensuring that only the best services are given and that all chiropractors receive the recognition due. There are two CSRI platforms and the membership options are varied so it is up to an individual to choose which category they will join. There is nothing too different or secretive about these platforms since they both communicate to the public and to the DC’S openly. In general the CSRI member benefits are: