Maine Chiropractic Continuing Education 12 Credit Hour Savings Package
How does it work? Buy now & finish at your own pace. Read the material – Take the quiz – Receive your certificate!
Your course purchase includes: Reading material for each course 1 Quiz per course 1 Certificate of Completion per course (upon passing score of the quiz)
DC Package Savings – 50% Off Deal Regular price $20 per credit, now $9.99 per credit.
You receive a total of 12 credits for $9.99 per credit hour. Total $119.88
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 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.
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.
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.
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.