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The Opioid Crisis: Then & Now – 4 Hours
The chiropractic provider will expand their knowledge on the opioid crisis and the effect on the healthcare profession as a whole. Providers will be able to identify classifications of opioids, their actions within the various systems of the body, and the common uses of opioids. The chiropractor will discover more about the history of the opioid epidemic, signs, symptoms, and complications of an opioid overdose, opioid epidemic prevention, and more.
Cancer Causing Foods – 4 Hours
The purpose of this course is to identify different types of foods and methods of food preparation that have been shown to be cancer causing.
Public Health, Auto Injuries, & X-Ray – 6 Hours
The purpose of this course is to understand the public health issue of automobile injuries, and how this important health topic connects to radiology. Chiropractors can expect to learn more about auto-accident injuries such as whiplash, facet joint injuries, cervical neck fractures, herniated discs, contusions, and much more.
Connection Between Diet & Chronic Disease – 5 Hours
Discover the connection that has evolved between the human diet and chronic diseases. In this course, the chiropractic provider can expect to enhance their knowledge on nutrigenomics, health benefits of certain food types, digestive health, prevention of certain diseases through nutrition, and foods that may be detrimental to human health.
History Taking and Physical Examination Procedures – 4 Hours
In this chiropractic CE course, the chiropractic provider will learn important topics as they relate to the required details and processes of history taking and physical examinations. Topics to be discussed will encompass history taking and examination in both the neurological and musculoskeletal systems. Additionally, the chiropractic provider will discover the various tests used to determine accurate diagnosis following examinations, and much more.
Managing Spinal Stenosis – 4 Hours
In this chiropractic CE course, the chiropractic provider will learn important topics as they relate to spinal stenosis. Topics to be discussed will encompass the classification of spinal stenosis, clinical presentation, physiology of the spine, complications, and more. Additionally, the management of spinal stenosis will be addressed, and radiological procedures.
Disorders of the Endocrine System – 4 Hours
In this course, the chiropractor will enhance their knowledge on common and rare disorders of the endocrine system. A specific focus is given to endocrine diseases and disorders of the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, pineal gland, thyroid, parathyroid glands, pancreas, adrenal gland, and male and female reproductive systems.
Sexual Boundaries for the Healthcare Provider Part 1 – 3 Hours
Gain a better understanding of professional boundaries, the patient and provider relationships, and how to prevent boundary issues from occurring in your practice. Real life scenarios will be discussed so you can learn how to avoid potential law suits from occurring.
Sexual Boundaries for the Healthcare Provider Part 2 – 3 Hours
Why are sexual boundaries important, and what can we learn about them? This course aims to arm the chiropractor with information and techniques on how to uphold firm boundaries within the chiropractic practice. We address risky situations, identifying signs of attraction, boundary crossings, the power imbalance, social media and boundaries, and so much more.
HIV/AIDS & Public Health – 3 Hours
In this course chiropractors will learn about the public health impact of AIDS/HIV. Additional topics to be discussed include ART, viral suppression, opportunistic infections, HIV and the aging community, and much more.
Analyzing Whiplash Injuries – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic CE course, explore the pathophysiology of whiplash and its common causes. Key subjects to be discussed include signs and symptoms of whiplash, diagnostic methods, medical management of whiplash injuries, complications, and more.
Chiropractic Guide for Neuropathy – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, the chiropractor will explore neuropathy as a healthcare concern. The subject matter to be reviewed include sensory neuropathy, motor neuropathy, pathophysiology, etiology, signs and symptoms, pain management, and much more.
Chiropractic Ethics: Informed Consent – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic CE course, the provider will review their understanding of informed consent. Noteworthy topics include ethical principles, requirements of informed consent, discussing risk & benefits with the patient, informed consent for research studies, appropriately documenting informed consent, and much more.
X-Ray Imaging Part D – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, review the topic of X-ray as it pertains to conditions of the pelvic girdle. Key topics that are discussed include trauma to the pelvic girdle, sacroiliitis, osteomyelitis, different types of X-Ray views, and much more.
Diversity & Cultural Competency – 1 Hour
The key behind your practice success is understanding every patient’s cultural background. Cultural competency: patient-centered care, awareness, and how this ties into your interactions with patients on a daily basis. Additional topics that will be discussed include counteracting prejudice & bias, research studies involving cultural competence, and how chiropractors can become a more culturally aware health care provider.
Nutrition & Wellness – 1 Hour
This course dives into the science behind nutrition so we can understand the functions and effects the food we consume has on our bodies. Key areas of food and nutrition such as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats are all discussed including scientific elaborations for each subject. Hormonal regulation is also reviewed as it pertains to nutrition and body composition. Popular topics such as Ketogenesis and intermittent fasting are elaborated upon, and we explore the science and research pertaining to each, including the pros and cons. In this class, students will review the science behind nutrition, and also gain insight on using proper nutrition to enhance longevity.