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PDFWAC 246-808-620

Suggestion of need of chiropractic services.

A chiropractor who has given in-person, unsolicited advice to a lay person that he/she should obtain chiropractic care shall not accept employment resulting from that advice except that:
(1) A chiropractor may accept employment by a close friend, relative, former patient (if the advice is germane to the former treatment), or one whom the chiropractor reasonably believes to be a patient; and
(2) Without affecting his/her right to accept employment, a chiropractor may speak publicly or write for publication on chiropractic topics so long as he/she does not emphasize his/her own professional experience or reputation and does not undertake to give individual advice.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 18.25 RCW. WSR 96-16-074, ยง 246-808-620, filed 8/6/96, effective 9/6/96.]
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