Chiropractic License Renewal
The 2019-2020 biennium for licensing renewal started December 15, 2018 and ends 12/14/2020.
ALL Wisconsin DCs, CTs and CRTs must renew their license no later than December 14, 2020.
If you have questions about chiropractic license renewal, contact DSPS at DSPSrenewal@wisconsin.gov
Find complete DC licensing information on the DSPS website: https://dsps.wi.gov/Pages/Professions/Chiropractor/Default.aspx
Continuing Education Requirements
If you received your license AFTER December 15, 2018, then you do NOT need to take continuing education hours for renewal. But you still need to submit the forms/payment for renewal to DSPS.
If you earned your license BEFORE December 15, 2018, you need to complete the following continuing education:
Online License Renewal Portal
Log-in with your state licensing PIN and complete your renewal online
Approved CPR for Wisconsin
Initial DC Licensure
If you have questions about requirements for Initial DC licensure in Wisconsin:
Initial CT Licensure
How to Become a Chiropractic Technician (CT)
As of Summer 2018, Wisconsin now requires a minimum 12-hour core course for initial certification as a Chiropractic Technician. This new 12-hour course, called Chiropractic Technician Certification, includes topics that used to be covered in the “Patient History,” “Preliminary Exams,” and “Physiological Therapeutics Overview” classes.
WCA offers the Chiropractic Technician Certification Course 6-8 times per year across the state.
Find upcoming WCA CT Certification Courses >>here
For additional information and a link to the current application visit the DSPS website:
How to Add Therapeutic Modalities to Your CT License
CTs MUST be certified by the State of Wisconsin in the therapeutics they will perform. WCA offers therapeutics classes in the following:
- Light Therapy & Cold Laser
- Mechanical Therapy
- Thermotherapy & Cryotherapy
- Exercise Rehabilitation
Find upcoming WCA CT Courses >>here
Initial CRT Licensure
How to Become a Chiropractic Radiology Technician (CRT)
Chiropractic Radiological Technicians must complete a 48-hour course in Chiropractic Radiology and pass a final exam. WCA offers the 48 hour course twice a year, in Spring and Fall.
For additional information and a link to the current application visit
Find upcoming WCA CRT Certification Courses >>here