About the Canadian Society of
Chiropractic Evaluators (CSCE)

Formation of the CSCE

The Canadian Society of Chiropractic Evaluators (CSCE) is a not-for-profit organization established in 1996 as a non-share corporation.

Mission Statement

The Canadian Society of Chiropractic Evaluators (CSCE) strives to promote a high level of quality, expertise and standardization in the performance of independent chiropractic evaluations and in the production of the resultant narrative report.

Minimum Qualifications

While most members will have extensive clinical and independent evaluation experience, the minimum requirements for obtaining or maintaining membership include:

  • a significant portion of their practice devoted to independent evaluations
  • a current licence to practise chiropractic and be in good standing with the provincial licensing body
  • at least five years of clinical practice experience; (three years for chiropractic fellows
  • must fulfill continuing education requirements and must adhere to the guidelines established by the Society

Purpose of the CSCE

  • To establish a Canadian organization to unify and represent chiropractic practitioners involved in performing independent third party assessments
  • To roster and promote a list of highly qualified chiropractic practitioners who regularly perform independent chiropractic assessments and network with third party representatives
  • To advance the quality of independent chiropractic evaluations through post-graduate education and the promotion of related research
  • To promote standardization of independent chiropractic evaluation and documentation amongst CSCE members
  • To liaise with the public, government bodies, third party payers, chiropractors and other health care professionals on all matters concerning chiropractic evaluations
  • To promote the importance of using chiropractic evaluations for peer review of chiropractic case management.