In order to work in Malta as a chiropractor, one must:
1) be registered with the Maltese Council for the Profession Complementary to Medicine, CPCM (contact Arthur.Camilleri at email@example.com to obtain an updated list of required documents)
– Original or authenticated copies of the following (English version) –
(a) Birth and marriage (if applicable) certificates;
(b) Identification document – I.D. Card/Passport;
(c) Recent Police conduct certificate;
(d) Professional Document – Diploma/Degree – this must be presented in European/Maltese equivalent (contact the Qualification Recognition and Information Centre, MQRIC, for more details);
(e) Letters of reference in English version;
(f) A detailed transcript of Theoretical and Practical Training and Studies in hours associated with the Profession and in relation with the profession syllabus performed by your Institution being the University/College. This has to be endorsed in the original format by the Head/Registrar of your Institution being the University/College;
(g) A recent (six months) verification certificate of current registration and good standing with the Council you are registered with;
(h) Curriculum Vitae in English version.
2) be in possess of a valid Maltese Professional Indemnity Insurance policy
3) be registered with the Maltese Chiropractic Association (optional).