ARM 24.126.415 (1)-(2)
License Reciprocity: Chiropractor
A chiropractor with an out of state license, or a chiropractor supervising a chiropractor with a temporary license who provides medical care in response to an emergency or disaster, does not have to comply with supervision requirements. This is limited to the duration of the emergency or disaster.
Participation in disaster and emergency care -- liability of chiropractor
(1) A chiropractor licensed in this state, licensed or authorized to practice in another state, territory, or possession of the United States, or credentialed as a chiropractor by a federal employer who provides medical care response to an emergency or a federal, state, or local disaster may provide that care without supervision as required by this chapter or with whatever supervision is available. The provision of care allowed by this section is limited to the duration of the emergency or disaster. (2) A chiropractor who supervises a temporary licensee in response to an emergency or disaster as described in (1) need not comply with the requirements of this chapter applicable to supervising chiropractors.