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Understanding Colorado’s Chiropractic Laws and Regulatory Framework

This program is not available for continuing education credit.

Sheryl K. Bridges, J.D.
1 Hour



Join one of the CCA's legal representatives for a webinar that provides a comprehensive overview of the Chiropractic Practice Act, presented by Sheryl Bridges, Esq. This session will delve into some of the nuances of the Practice Act, Rules, and Policies, including recent rule changes that every chiropractor should know. Sheryl will also discuss what to expect and the administrative process the Board uses to investigate complaints filed against chiropractors.

This webinar is designed to equip you with a clear understanding of the statutes and regulatory framework that guides chiropractic practices in Colorado, including the complaint process, the composition of the Board, and the basics of licensure.


Sheryl K. Bridges, J.D.'s Profile

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Caplan & Earnest

Sheryl Bridges is a member at Caplan & Earnest who specializes in health care law.

Sheryl’s practice focuses on the representation of health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, mental health providers, dentists, physical therapists, and more, before their licensing bodies. Sheryl is skilled at mediating, negotiating, and taking her cases to hearing when necessary. She understands the nuances of the various disciplines in which her clients work and looks at each case individually with an eye toward reaching the best possible outcome. 

Sheryl also has extensive litigation and counseling experience outside of the licensing arena. Her litigation experience includes representation of health care professionals and others in state and federal courts, in the appellate courts, and in arbitration for matters involving medical malpractice, contractual disputes, premises liability, and civil theft. Sheryl also provides her clients with general-counsel type services; drafts and advises on legislation; investigates and resolves complaints; and assists with subpoena responses, HIPAA considerations, and other health care-related issues that may arise. In addition, Sheryl represents both licensees and hospitals in the professional review setting. 

Sheryl has given numerous presentations on topics such as collateral consequences of criminal charges for the health care professional’s license and medical record documentation. She has been recognized as both a Rising Star and a Colorado Super Lawyer in the area of health care, as well as a Top 100: Colorado Super Lawyers and a Top 50: Women Colorado Super Lawyers. Sheryl volunteers for the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN), which allows her to utilize her Spanish skills while advocating on behalf of those who may be unable to do so themselves. She is also an interviewer for the University of Colorado School of Medicine Admissions Committee. 

In addition to her professional endeavors, Sheryl enjoys playing the piano and flute, doing anything outdoors, and spending time with her husband and three children. 

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