Chiropractic neurologists are experts in the brain, spine, and nervous system who have received extensive training and certification.

What is a Chiropractic Neurologist:

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Chiropractic neurologists are chiropractors who have completed further postgraduate training and testing to deliver all of the conventional chiropractic services and the specific services that their advanced training allows.

Benefits of consulting Chiropractic Neurologist

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The 2024 Exams will be held as follows:

Spring 2024:

The Written exam date is Saturday, May 11th – Online.
The Practical exam date is Saturday, June 8th.

The registration deadline is March 31, 2024.  After March 31st, a 20% late registration fee will be added. Registration will be closed on April 15, 2024. 

Fall 2024:

The Written exam date is Saturday, October 12th – Online.
The Practical exam date is Saturday, November 9th.

The registration deadline is August 31, 2024.  After August 31st, a 20% late registration fee will be added. Registration will be closed on September 15, 2024. 

The locations for the Practical exams are:
Houston, Texas, USA
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Peakhust Heights, NSW, Australia

Exam registration:
Online registration will be available by January 1, 2024, There is a pdf form on the Resources page that must be completed and submitted to the ACNB either by email to or via FAX at (254) 230-9711.  The late registration fee includes a 20% late registration assessment.

For further information contact the ACNB via phone: (254) 231-8508 or email at

Nondiscrimination Policy: The Board does not discriminate for the purposes of Board membership or office, application, examination, continuing education, recertification or any other activity of the Board on the basis of age, sex, sexual preference, color, religion, creed, marital status, national origin, race, language, medical condition or disability.

All candidates and members are considered on the basis of their skill and knowledge as practitioners based solely on their ability to
treat the consumer safely and effectively.

A statement of nondiscrimination shall appear on all announcements for certification and recertification. 


Continuing Education: In order to enhance continued competence, all Diplomates must complete a yearly minimum number of classroom credit hours of continuing education in neurology or an equivalent activity as listed in the ACNB Policy and Procedures on page 40. All credit hours must be accredited by the Commission for the Accreditation of Graduate Education in Neurology (CAGEN) or by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) in the field of neurology. 

To assist you in locating classes:

To find an CAGEN-accredited provider go to:

To find an ACCME-accredited provider go to:

Office of 
Dr. Gail Henry
8510 Hillcroft
Houston, TX 77096
Ph: (713) 772-4607
Office of 
Dr. Trent Banks
47 Pindari Road
Peakhurst Heights
Ph: (713) 772-4607

Office of                     Dr. William Farrell
The Radix Pain and Rehabilitation Center
4825 89 St. NW
Edmonton, AB, Canada
Ph: (780) 966-3876

Office of                          Dr. Thomas van den Hof
Brain & Spine
Hogepad 14
Harderwijk, Gerderland, Netherlands
Ph: 011 31 341 460545 

A link to book your room at the group rate is shown below:

About The American Chiropractic Neurology Board

The American Chiropractic Neurology Board is the sole specialty board in neurology recognized by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). The ACNB’s Diplomate program has achieved accreditation by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA). and the International Accreditation Services (IAS) that grants ISO 17024 designation for certification bodies.

We provide an annual written examination and an annual performance or practical examination at least one time per year. As soon as we know when those exams will be held, we post the dates on the website. The examinations are comprehensive and address all of the issues identified on the Job Analysis as important to the field.

To answer the question what is a Chiropractic Neurologist:

A chiropractic neurologist is a Doctor of Chiropractic or the equivalent that has taken 300 post-doctoral hours of coursework in functional neurology and passed the rigorous written and performance exams required for certification by the ACNB. We call these doctors Diplomates of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). They use the patient’s body and environment to assess, diagnose and localize areas of dysfunction. The human body systems are constantly affecting the neurological system and being affected by the neurological system. Our doctors use this functional and holistic approach to target interventions specific to the location of the dysfunction.

The chiropractic neurologist uses the muscular skeletal system and the sensory systems as they interact with the neurological system to improve quality of life. They use a variety of treatment modalities including the technique of adjustment as well as other sensory-based modalities to bring about improvements in health.

Diplomate Recertification Requirements Submission Period Opened October 1, 2020 Grace Period Ends on January 31, 2021

Re-certification is an annual requirement for ACNB Diplomates.  The period for submission of the annual requirements officially begins on October 1 each year, though you may submit your documents and payment at any time.

The submission requirements for re-certification include:

The correct format for a journal citation is:

Author(s), Title of Article, Name of Journal, Date, Volume # and Page numbers

The fee may be paid through your profile on the website or by check mailed to:

3710 Robinhood Drive
Temple, TX 76502

More detailed information on the recertification requirements is available under Resources in a document titled “Recertification Requirements Information”.

If you have questions, please contact the Executive Director at or call (254) 231-8508.

ACNB Doctor Locator

This is a record of Chiropractic Neurologists certified through the ACNB