The Iowa Board of Chiropractic Medicine last week, ordered the license of a chiropractor in Council Bluffs to be suspended for an indefinite period of time. The order came down March 22nd, against Deanne J. Rogge, who works at Broadway Chiropractic, in Council Bluffs. Rogge was ordered by the Board to surrender her original license because it received a “Certificate of Non-Compliance” from the Iowa Department of Revenue’s Centralized Collection Unit (CCU).
If a licensed professional in the State of Iowa owes at least $1,000 in debt, the CCU can request that the persons professional license be suspended, revoked, denied insurance, or denied renewal. The debt may include delinquent court fines, unpaid taxes, or debt owed to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
A person whose license has been suspended or revoked is prohibited from practicing in the state of Iowa. The Chiropractic Board had issued a warning to Rogge that it would suspend her license within 30-days, on January 20th, unless she complied with the CCU’s request for payment.