Virginia Chiropractic Continuing Education Buy 59 Credits Get 1 FREE
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Buy 59 Credits, Get 1 FREE! You receive a total of 60 Credit Hours
Analyzing the Rotator Cuff Part 1 – 6 Hours
This chiropractic CE course discusses the biomechanics and functions of the rotator cuff, and reviews different types of imaging technologies to view this region of the body. Rotator cuff injuries are also evaluated.
Analyzing the Rotator Cuff Part 2 – 6 Hours
A continuation of the Part 1 course – learn more about this region of the body with a review of different treatment options for certain rotator cuff injuries.
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.
Chiropractic Guide to the Most Common Blood Tests – 5 Hours
In this chiropractic CE course, the provider will learn about common blood tests such as hemoglobin A1C blood test, c-reactive protein test, kidney function tests, complete blood count and more. Understand what the results of these common tests mean, and discover how these tests help healthcare providers understand what is happening in the body.
Connection Between Diet and 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.
Immunotherapy: Key Concepts – 5 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, learn more about the benefits and concerns of immunotherapy as a treatment for cancer.
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.
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.
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.
Understanding Bell’s Palsy – 2 Hours
In this chiropractic continuing education course, the chiropractic provider will gain a deeper knowledge of this condition. Key topics to be discussed include the pathophysiology of Bell’s Palsy, signs and symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment, and more. We additionally review beneficial activities and exercises that may help individuals with this condition.
X-Ray Imaging Part A – 2 Hours
Enhance your knowledge on x-ray technologies. This course is suitable for 2 credit hours in this required category.
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