West Virginia Chiropractic Continuing Education


Your Requirements:
All chiropractic licenses expire annually on June 30.  
The state of West Virginia requires 18 hours of chiropractic continuing education to be obtained between July 1 and June 30 of each year.
Required Subjects:
The Board may require that six (6) of the eighteen (18) hours pertain to certain subjects, such as communicable diseases, first aid, sexual boundaries, record keeping and other subjects that the Board considers appropriate. 
Distance Learning Allowed:
6 Hours
What we can do for you:
We offer a 6 credit hour package for 9.99 per credit.

West Virginia Chiropractic CE Course Package – 6 Chiropractic CE Hours

Best Deal – $9.99 per Credit
Courses Included:
Chiropractic Ethical Billing & Coding – 4 CE Hours *Fulfills Requirement
HIV/AIDS & Infection Awareness – 2 CE Hours *Fulfills Requirement

Individual Chiropractic CE for West Virginia

Degenerative Disc Disease Course Chiro Hours

Degenerative Disc Disease – 2 Chiropractic Credit Hours

Enhance your knowledge on degenerative disc disease to better assist the patients you treat for this condition in your chiropractic practice.
ethical billing and coding course for chiropractors

Chiropractic Ethical Billing & Coding – 4 Chiropractic Credit Hours

This course discusses must know topics in regards to ethical billing and coding and may help you avoid real life healthcare fraud scenarios.
HIVAIDS Awarness Course Chiropractic Continuing Education

HIV/AIDs & Infection Awareness – 2 Chiropractic Credit 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.
Errors Diagnosing Joint Disease Chiropractic CE Course

Errors Diagnosing Joint Disease – 3 Chiropractic Credit Hours

This course will discuss errors and types of decision-making errors that lead to mis-diagnosing joint disease. The purpose of this course is to educate the chiropractic provider on the different types of diagnostic errors that could be made in a healthcare setting, and additionally to describe and explain related joint diseases, injuries and conditions.