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International Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Abbreviation IBCE
Purpose/focus Educational Board Examination development
Location Colorado, United States
Official languages English, French, Spanish
Affiliations National Board of Chiropractic Examiners

The International Board of Chiropractic Examiners (IBCE) was established to assist interested regulatory authorities in the international chiropractic community. The IBCE does not embrace any particular chiropractic philosophy. Instead, the IBCE produces tests according to information provided collectively by the chiropractic educational institutions, regulatory authorities, field practitioners, and subject specialists, along with an analysis of the chiropractic profession within each jurisdiction that chooses to utilize IBCE services.

The IBCE was formed out of an initiative of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE), the principal testing agency for the chiropractic profession in the United States.


  • Regulatory authorities will be able to rely upon standardized tests developed in collaboration with the IBCE to fulfill their unique licensing and/or registration requirements.
  • Students of chiropractic, regulatory authorities and the public can be assured of the credibility and legitimacy of practitioners’ skills. Transferable, standardized chiropractic skills will be of great value to the global community.
  • Chiropractic educational institutions will be able to affirm the effectiveness of their curricula and the clinical competence of their students. Educational institutions will also be able to assess their own teaching effectiveness and student preparedness.
  • The global chiropractic profession will gain stature through improved protection of the public. Additionally, chiropractic will gain further recognition as a profession worthy of legislative regulation.


External Links

IBCE website