(1) A registered chiropractor must not use the title “doctor” in the course of the practice of chiropractic unless the chiropractor is the holder of a qualification conferred by a university that entitles the chiropractor to use that title and that qualification is a recognised qualification at the time the chiropractor uses the title.
Maximum penalty: 10 penalty units.(2) In this section:
recognised qualification means:(a) a qualification that is prescribed by the regulations as a recognised qualification, or(b) when no qualification is prescribed under paragraph (a), a qualification that is for the time being recognised by the Board for the purposes of this section.Note. See also section 105 (Use of misleading titles etc) of the Medical Practice Act 1992.