Rhode Island Chiropractic Continuing Education 30 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 30 credits for $9.99 per credit hour.
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.
Management & Treatment of Scoliosis – 4 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, the provider will advance their understanding on the condition of scoliosis. Key topics that are analyzed include the presentation of scoliosis, grading, medical management, physical therapy and bracing, musculoskeletal complications, neurological complications of scoliosis, and much more.
Multiple Sclerosis – Essential Topics – 4 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, we explore the etiology of multiple sclerosis (MS), discover classifications of MS, and the management and complications of this affliction. Focusing on the anatomy, physiology, and biomedical perspective, the chiropractor can expect to learn about the clinical presentation of MS, a proper workup for MS, what it’s like to live with MS, and much more.
The Opioid Crisis: Then & Now – 4 Hours
The chiropractic provider will expand their knowledge on the opioid crisis and the impact 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.
Understanding Lyme Disease – 4 Hours
The purpose of this course is for Chiropractic providers to learn about the risk factors for tick-borne disease, disease epidemiology, the tick life cycle, disease burdens, Lyme disease stages, signs of Lyme disease, human immune response, Lyme carditis, and much more. Possible treatment options for Lyme disease and diagnostic tools used to identify Lyme disease are reviewed.
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.
Cannabis & Healthcare: Then & Now – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, the provider can expect to learn about cannabis and it’s use throughout history, current research on cannabis for medicinal purposes, pros and cons of cannabis and CBD usage, laws governing cannabis, and more. Additionally, discover more about the science behind this substance and how it impacts certain brain regions.
Understanding Crohn’s Disease – 2 Hours
In the course the chiropractic provider can expect to learn about key areas of Crohn’s disease, including the causes, symptoms, and possible treatment options. Learn more about the complications associated with Crohn’s disease, nutritional interventions, research, the Crohn’s Disease Activity Index (CDAI), how the disease appears in children, the history of this irritable bowel disease, and much more.
Herbal & Supplemental Safety Part 2 – 1 Hour
A continuation of the first Herbal & Supplemental Safety chiropractic continuing education course, discussing contraindications to specific herbal supplements.