CHIROPRACTICS, despite being recognized as a health profession by the World Health Organization (WHO), and having a health character in most of the developed countries of the world, including many European countries such as the United Kingdom, France, Portugal, Italy, Denmark or Switzerland, and in some of them with recognition of basic health health profession, IS NOT A HEALTH PROFESSION AND HAS NOT BEEN OBJECT OF EXPRESS REGULATION IN SPAIN. As health legislation is a matter of domestic law and reserved for the Sovereignty of each EU member country, the chiropractic profession in Spain is in a situation of regulatory vacuum. From the Spanish Association of Chiropractors (A.E.Q.), it has been requested before the Courts and Ministries competent in the field of Health and Education that the Parliament promotes the legislative process that recognizes the sanitary character and substantivity proper to the chiropractic profession. In countries with legal regulations, the degree in Chiropractic is obtained at the end of the educational programs of 5 or 6 years; such as the Sherman College of Chiropractic, where I graduated. In Spain there are two institutions, the Real María Universitario Centro Universitario de Madrid (UCR) and the Barcelona College of Chiropractic (BCC), which offer five-year programs (TITLES, OFFICIAL) for the training and the chiropractic, pending the legal recognition of this profession in Spain. Meanwhile, these degrees meet all the standards of quality and excellence required by the European Chiropractic Education Council (ECCE), and paradoxically, Spanish graduates may practice as official health professionals in other countries such as the United States, France or England, but not in his own. The Spanish Association of Chiropractic (AEQ) was created and recognized by the Ministry of Interior in 1986, and includes 200 members who hold a university degree recognized by the European Chiropractic Education Board, which guarantees compliance with the highest standards of quality in the exercise of this profession at European level, but unfortunately, to date, our degrees and diplomas are NOT OFFICIAL TITLES IN SPAIN. If you are being treated by a chiropractor, check and verify that you are a member of the A.E.Q. in the section “Search for a chiropractor” of its website: http://www.quiropractica-aeq.com, that way you will have the guarantee that it complies with the quality standards established by ECCE.The regulation of chiropractic in Spain is a matter of political opportunity, but in the meantime, chiropractic professionals who meet the requirements established by the AEQ Statutes are in a situation of legal insecurity and comparative grievance with other professionals from other European countries, and it may happen that citizens are treated by presumed chiropractors who do not meet the minimum standards of quality demanded internationally.