Nebraska Chiropractic Continuing Education Package – Buy 35 Hours, Get One FREE
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X-Ray Imaging Part C – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, learn more about x-ray imaging techniques, CNS tumors, and much more. This course is worth 2 credit hours and is suitable for X-ray/radiology required chiropractic CE.
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.
Chiropractic Ethical Billing & Coding – 4 Hours
This course discusses must know topics in regards to ethical billing and coding and may help you avoid real life healthcare fraud scenarios.
HIV/AIDS & Infection Awareness – 2 Hours
Learn more about the risk factors, causes, and treatment options for HIV/AIDs and other serious infections. This course is appropriate for ‘risk management’ chiropractic CE.
Athletic Injuries – 12 Hours
The purpose of this course is to review common athletic injuries and how they are presented in the human body. Injury types to be discussed include hip flexor strains, ACL tears, groin pulls, shin splints, hamstring strains, ankle sprains, bursitis, fractures, frozen shoulder, iliotibial band syndrome, plantar fasciitis and more. and more.
Degenerative Disc Disease – 2 Hours
Enhance your knowledge on degenerative disc disease to better assist the patients you treat for this condition in your chiropractic practice.
Understanding Joint Aging – 6 Hours
Learn more about the association of aging and habits with joint aging, as well as different disease conditions associated with different joints in the body. Key topics to be discussed include pathophysiology of osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, and more.
Nutritional & Supplemental Safety – 3 Hours
The course “Nutritional Supplement Safety” will discuss the effectiveness of herbal and dietary supplements including safety precautions. In recent years, nutritional supplements have gained popularity in the general population in the hope that they will increase overall wellness of individuals looking to improve their health, or speed up recovery from an injury/surgery. This class will discuss when herbal and dietary supplements may be most effective, and when they should be avoided completely. Additional topics that will be explored are how the supplement industry was able to avoid the scrutiny of the FDA under the DSHEA Act, and safety measures providers can use in their day-to-day practice to educate patients on the safe use of herbal and dietary supplements. Contraindications of herbal and dietary supplements in conjunction with prescription medications will also be discussed. In addition, we explore popular herbal supplements and identify contraindications and safety precautions. The purpose of this course is to educate the provider on safety precautions in regards to herbal and nutritional supplements.
Tumors of the CNS – 2 Hours
For a great price, this chiropractic continuing education course goes into a comprehensive overview of most common tumor types of the CNS and their genetic causes. This course is key to help communicate with patients and demonstrate high competency in this field. Discover crucial signs and symptoms, learn about different hereditary disorders causing these tumors, and boost your understanding of cancer and how it impacts the central nervous system. Buy this course today for the best prices on the internet.
Diversity & Cultural Competency – 1 Hour FREE
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.
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