The California Board of Chiropractic Examiners states: The number of required hours of continuing education courses shall be twenty-four (24). A maximum of twelve (12) continuing education hours may be completed through distance learning.
Licensees shall complete a minimum of two (2) mandatory hours in Ethics and Law, a minimum of four (4) hours in Chiropractic Adjustive Techniques.
The following courses are approved by the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners, satisfying mandatory and elective hours. Remember, twelve hours must be completed in-class. Please register for CA chiropractic CE in-class hours here.
The ethics of yoga as taught via Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, and how these timeless principles relate to the operation of a modern chiropractic practice. This course discusses the first limb of Patanjali’s eight-limbed yoga: the Yamas or “don’ts" in connection to the 10 most common chiropractic violations annually. Serious thinking professionals will find this course valuable as it touches upon ancient wisdom but from a modern perspective.
Chiropractic assessment and treatment for a number of common presentations of low back pain to chiropractic practices. This course discusses the impact of low back pain in the U.S., the conundrum of the high failure rate in treating low back pain, and unique signs and symptoms of three common musculoskeletal origins of low back pain. The technique portion of the course discusses listings, patient setup, doctor setup, contact points, and line of drive.
Sports injuries common to the professional and amateur athlete alike, as well as some similar conditions incurred by nonathletes. This course investigates the chiropractic professional’s distinct advantage to successfully managing common sports injuries with conservative care. We review the anatomy, diagnosis and treatment of the most common injuries to shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and feet, as well as tips and techniques to quickly and effectively diagnose even the most enigmatic conditions.