Can a chiropractor write prescriptions?

Answer No, a chiropractor cannot legally write a prescription for a patient. A chiropractor can suggest over-the-counter medicines to his patients, but these types of medicines can be attained without a p... Read More »

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Can a chiropractor write prescriptions in Texas?

The only state where select "advanced practice" chiropractors have limited prescription capabilities is New Mexico. In Texas, and through the rest of the United States, chiropractors are not permit... Read More »

Can a podiatrist write prescriptions?

Podiatrists can write prescriptions. They go through four years of medical school, then spend time learning their specialty. They are given the right to write prescriptions as any other doctor can.... Read More »

Can an ophthalmologist write prescriptions?

As a licensed medical doctor, an ophthalmologist, or eye M.D., can legally write prescriptions for eye glasses and contact lenses. Ophthalmologists can also diagnose eye-related diseases and prescr... Read More »

Can a physical therapist write prescriptions?

A physical therapist can not write a prescription for medication unless he holds a medical license. Physical therapists use exercise, natural healing techniques and medical devices to treat mobilit... Read More »