Online Chiropractic Continuing Education

Posted on Jan 31, 2015

At CCEDSEMINARS you have a choice. We have online chiropractic CE courses available 24/7, live webinars, and onsite seminars! Imagine, now you can take CE classes at home, at the office, or on the go. Our online CE classes are compatible with your smart device, Mac, and PC! Online Chiropractic Continuing Education now accounts for more than half of the CE hours obtained by chiropractors and is growing. More than 40 states currently accept some or all of the required continuing education hours to be obtained online. Online chiropractic continuing education provides high quality interactive courses for less cost than an onsite seminar. There is no travel or lost time from your family or practice.

Chiropractic online continuing education courses have come a long way. Gone are the days of reading pages of material and waiting to answer a question before moving to the next page. Our programs use engaging slides, video, and handouts. You simply sit back and enjoy the presentation. You may even start one of our online seminars, log out and log back in to complete it at YOUR convenience! When the presentation is completed you may print your certificate of completion directly from the website, and, you always have access to your transcripts. We will be deploying online courses in all available states and will launch 10-15 additional hours monthly, ongoing. We are always adding new faculty. Our new instructors will be the best of the best from the chiropractic profession! Please see our faculty page. We look forward to serving YOU!

Doctors,

Check some of our upcoming courses:

 

 

02/03/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Ethics

Monte Horne, DC

Course Outline:

Ethics (2 Hours)

  • Staff considerations
  • Medical records
  • Professional conduct
  • Sexual Boundaries
  • HIPAA
  • Electronic medical records
  • Board complaints
  • Board actions

 

 

02/05/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Documentation & Risk Management

Monte Horne, DC

2 Hours

Documentation & Risk Management (1 Hour Each)

  • Most common allegations in malpractice
  • Contributing factors in malpractice claims
  • Patient records management & documentation
  • Informed consent
  • Patient dismissal, discharge, and referral
  • Risk mitigation strategies

 

 

02/07/15   9 – 11 AM CT

Pediatrics 303

2 Hour Seminar

T.D. Wilson, D.C.

Hour 1& 2:   
•    Instrument adjusting for pediatric patients. 
•    Hand adjusting for pediatric patients. 
•    Chiropractic pediatric office procedures.  
•    Review of adjusting procedures
 

 

02/10/1/5   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 304: Imaging in Clinical Practice

  • Discus Imaging Modalities and Appropriate Use in Clinical Practice
  • Demonstrate Patient Selection Procedures, Interpretation, and Reporting
  • Explain the Legal Issues in Radiology as Related to Chiropractic Practice.
  • Explain Radiation Technology and Protection in Chiropractic Practice
  • Critique Current Imaging Modalities as Related to Chiropractic Practice

 

02/12/15   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 305:  Modes of Care

  • Assess the Evidence for Manual and Manipulative Therapy
  • Explain the Evidence for Manual Non-articular Techniques
  • Discuss the Evidence for Manipulation Under Anesthesia
  • Asses the Evidence for Acupuncture and Homeopathic Remedies
  • Apply Evidence Based Manual and Nonmanual Procedures in Clinical Practice

 

02/17/15   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 306:  Collaborative care for Upper Extremities

  • develop patient communication skills of why collaborative care for upper extremity conditions may be necessary
  • discuss patient education, freedom of choice, and informed consent
  • explain appropriate exchange of information between co-professionals
  • develop a clear understanding of collaborative treatment options
  • implement appropriate referral procedures when collaborative treatment is necessary
  • assess the evidence for conservative and invasive co-treatment options
  • explain indications and contraindications of co-management options
  • explain the role of behavioral health as a collaborative care option
  • discuss the role of return to work and functional restoration programs
  • explain evidence based post injection treatment protocol
  • discuss appropriate post surgical chiropractic – rehabilitation
  • apply evidence based co-management procedures to the chiropractic practice

 

 

 

 

 

02/19-15   7-9 PM CT

2 Hours

Monte Horne, DC

EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 307:  Collaborative care for Lower Extremities

  • develop patient communication skills of why collaborative care for lower extremity conditions may be necessary
  • discuss patient education, freedom of choice, and informed consent
  • explain appropriate exchange of information between co-professionals
  • develop a clear understanding of collaborative treatment options
  • implement appropriate referral procedures when collaborative treatment is necessary
  • assess the evidence for conservative and invasive co-treatment options
  • explain indications and contraindications of co-management options
  • explain the role of behavioral health as a collaborative care option
  • discuss the role of return to work and functional restoration programs
  • explain evidence based post injection treatment protocol
  • discuss appropriate post surgical chiropractic – rehabilitation
  • apply evidence based co-management procedures to the chiropractic practice

 

 

02/21/15   9-11 AM CT

Case Studies 315:   Case Studies Related To the TMJ

Heather Wright, DC, CCEP

2 Hours

Class outline:

Chiropractic Conditions Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment (2 hours) Common TMJ Issues

  • Common Types of Presentation
  • Examination
  • Differential diagnoses
  • Diagnosis
  • Etiology
  • Chiropractic treatment options
  • Treatment planning and quantitative goals
  • Collaborative care options for refractory patients
  • Documentation and coding
  • Treatment demonstrations & practicums

 

 

 

02/24/15   7-9 PM CT

Neurology 302: Chiropractic Considerations of Pain on the Central Nervous System

Presenter: Michael W. Hall, DC, FIACN

Time: 2 hours

Presentation: Teleseminar

Course Description:

This presentation will address the more contemporary understandings of the physiological changes that occur within the central nervous system due to the adverse presence of pain. Frontal and parietal lobe diminished blood flow, hypometabolism, and hypervigilant sympathetic nervous system will be shown. The clinical meaning of this physiological change will be discussed in depth as it relates to chiropractic management, patient outcomes, and prognostic determinations.

 

Course Outline:

  1. Pain – Types and Characteristics
    1. Nociception
    2. Neuropathic
    3. Central Wind-Up / Dyesthesia
  2. Physiology of Pain and the Central Nervous System
    1. Endogenous Modulation
    2. Shift towards Sympathetic Escape
    3. Degenerative and Inflammatory Changes
  3. Clinical Ramifications of Unresolved Chronic Pain
    1. Signs and Symptoms
    2. Metabolism / Hypometabolism
    3. HPA / Sympathoexcitatory Circuitry
    4. Depression / Behavioural Disorders
  4. Clinical Management
    1. Where’s the evidence for Chiropractic?
    2. Laboratory / Nutrition
    3. Rehabilitation

 

 

02/26/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 304

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

  1. Physical Performance / QFCE (Slides)

Discuss the application of observation, palpation, ROM, provocative testing, physical performance tests, neurological tests, and special testing

 

 

02/28/15   9-11 AM CT

Radiology 302: Normal Variants of the Thoracic Spine

2 Hours

Sandra Norton, DC, FACCR

1) Thoracic Spine

            a. Normal anatomy and common mistakes

            b. Normal variants commonly confused with pathology

            c. Don’t touch lesions

            d. Thoracic biomechanics and common patterns

 

 

 

03/31/15   9-11 AM CT

Case Studies 314

Case Studies Related To the Shoulder

Heather Wright, DC, CCEP

2 Hours

Class outline:

Chiropractic Conditions Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment (2 hours) Common Shoulder Issues

  • Common Types of Presentation
  • Examination
  • Differential diagnoses
  • Diagnosis
  • Etiology
  • Chiropractic treatment options
  • Treatment planning and quantitative goals
  • Collaborative care options for refractory patients
  • Documentation and coding
  • Treatment demonstrations & practicums

 

 

 

 

03/03/15   7-9 PM CT

Case Studies 313

Case Studies Related To the Head

Heather Wright, DC, CCEP

2 Hours

Class outline:

Chiropractic Conditions, Diagnosis, Management, and Treatment (2 hours) Headaches

  • Common Types of Presentation
  • Examination
  • Differential diagnoses
  • Diagnosis
  • Etiology
  • Chiropractic treatment options
  • Treatment planning and quantitative goals
  • Collaborative care options for refractory patients
  • Documentation and coding
  • Treatment demonstrations & practicums

 

 

 

03/05/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 305

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

1. Treatment

2. PT

3. Home-based instructions

3. Documentation & coding pearls

 

 

 

03/07/15   9-11 AM CT

Radiology 303: Degenerative Joint Conditions of the Spine & Extremities

2 Hours
Wesley R. Duval, DC, DACBR

This webinar will cover the basics of joint degeneration of the spine and extremities so that the practicing chiropractor will know how to identify it when they see it and how to differentially diagnose it from other conditions that present with overlapping radiographic signs.

 1)  Intro to Degenerative joint disease / Degenerative disc disease

2) Spinal Degeneration 
        a. Cervical spine
        b. Thoracic spine
        c. Lumbar spine / Pelvis
3) Extremity Joint Degeneration

        a.  Upper extremities

        b.  Lower extremities

 

 

 

03/10/15   7-9 PM CT

Chiropractic Pediatrics 304

2 Hours

Tracy Wilson, DC

  • The immune connection and chiropractic (& how vaccines change your case management)
  • In this class we will look through the normal physiology of how the body deals with sickness, and explore the research of how Chiropractic influences the immune system. 
  • We will discuss how vaccinations affect the immune system and change the case management of Pediatric patients. 

 

 

 

03/12/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 306

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

1. Elements of the “P”:

1) Treatment rendered

2) PT rendered (see PT Log)

3) Home-based instructions

  1. Acute: Ice, Ice cupping, Bend/lift tech., RTW w/ vs. w/o restrictions, treatment frequency
  2. Subacute: Exercises (stretch), ice/heat, Activity reintegration,  treatment frequency

 

  1. Chronic: Exercise (strengthen, stabe, proprio., aerobic, activity specific), prevention concepts including: (nutrition/diet/wt management, ADL mods, heel lifts/foot orthotics, sleep)

4) Test orders

  1. X-ray
  2. Consults with specialists
  3. Tests from hospitals
  4. Intra-clinic tests (blood, FCE)

5) Discharge criteria:

  1. MTB / MMI - Outcomes based
  2. Acute vs. Supportive vs. Maintenance care

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

03/17/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Ethics

Monte Horne, DC

Course Outline:

Ethics (2 Hours)

  • Staff considerations
  • Medical records
  • Professional conduct
  • Sexual Boundaries
  • HIPAA
  • Electronic medical records
  • Board complaints
  • Board actions

 

 

03/19/15   7-9 PM CT

TBCE Required 2 Hours of Documentation & Risk Management

Monte Horne, DC

2 Hours

Documentation & Risk Management (1 Hour Each)

  • Most common allegations in malpractice
  • Contributing factors in malpractice claims
  • Patient records management & documentation
  • Informed consent
  • Patient dismissal, discharge, and referral
  • Risk mitigation strategies

 

 

 

03/24/15   7-9 PM CT

Chiropractic Pediatrics 305

2 Hours

Tracy Wilson, DC

  • Chiropractic’s role in Ear infections, Colic, and Asthma
  • In this class we will review clinical pearls and cases of ear infections, Colic and Asthma. 
  • We will review the SEMG and thermal scanning information and how that will increase your clinical certainty and clinical outcomes. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

03/26/15   7-9 PM CT

Bullet Proof Documentation 306

2 Hours

Steven Yeomans, DC, FACCO

1. Daily office visits – SOAP notes

2. Re-examinations

3. Outcome Assessment Tools

4. Discharge process

 

 

 

03/28/15
Radiology 303: Normal Variants of the Lumbar Spine
2 Hours
Sandra Norton, DC, FACCR
1) Lumbar Spine 
    a. Normal anatomy and common mistakes
    b. Normal variants commonly confused with pathology
    c. Don’t touch lesions
    d. Thoracic biomechanics and common patterns

 

Meet Our Faculty

Online Chiropractic Course Instructors

 

Wesley Duval, DC, DACBR   |    View My Courses >>

Dr. Wesley Duval is an assistant professor of Radiology at Parker University in Dallas, Texas. He is also the founder of Rapid Read, LLC, and consults nationally with chiropractors who use his expertise in diagnostic imaging interpretation to help them and their patients.  He received his B.S from The University of Maryland, College Park, and his DC degree from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1997.  After ten-years in private practice in Southern California and Maryland, Dr. Duval decided to focus on radiology and moved to Dallas where he accepted a radiology residency position at Parker University.  Dr. Duval received his DACBR in 2011.  Dr. Duval is a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA), American College of Chiropractic Radiology (ACCR) and Council on Diagnostic Imaging (CDI). In addition to teaching, Dr. Duval spends a fair amount of his free time at his three children’s sporting events and enjoys enhancing the quality of images provided by chiropractors that he reads for.  He currently resides in Southlake, TX with his wife, Wendy, and their three boys, Jack, Cade, and Luke.

 

Michael Hall, DC, FIACN    |    View My Courses >>

Dr. Michael Hall, Chiropractic Neurologist, has been a passionate champion of chiropractic for nearly 25 years. He has maintained a busy clinical practice as well as lecturing in the chiropractic curriculum and post graduate arenas. His focus is on the subluxation complex as it relates to the health and well-being of the nervous system. Dr. Hall is a professor of neurology at Parker University in Dallas Texas and a frequent international lecturer. He serves on the advisory panel for the Australia Spine Research Foundation and as a reviewer for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Consortium. Dr. Hall has published numerous articles in peer reviewed journals. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Texas Chiropractic Association, International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology, American Academy of Spine Physicians, International Board of Chiropractic Specialties, and International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is married to the love of his life, Cara and together they have five wonderful children. They practice and live in Coppell, TX. As a family, they love all things outdoors!

 

Monte Horne, DC   |    View My Courses >>

Dr. Horne founded CCEDSEMINARS with a pasison for bringing chiropractors high quality Continuing Education that will elevate the chiropractic profession. Dr. Horne graduated from Southern California University of Health Sciences in 1985. His undergraduate study focused on chemistry and was followed by a research position. After graduating from SCUHS he completed a three year study program in Chiropractic Orthopedics. Since that time he has treated patients for 25 years and also served as a chiropractic consultant. Dr. Horne is a certified in impairment ratings and functional capacity evaluations. He has served as a designated doctor for the Texas Workers Compensation system performing impairment ratings and return to work evaluations. He is published in JMPT and is currently authoring a text "Documentation and Navigating the Guidelines". His special interests include rehabilitation, documentation, and forensics. Dr. Horne has performed numerous record reviews and serves as an expert witness for both plaintiff and defense. He has authored numerous courses on chiropractic documentation, case studies and evidence-based practice for continuing education credit. He teaches nationwide online, in live webinars and onsite throughout the state of Texas. Dr. Horne is a member of the Texas Chiropractic Association and serves on the Education Committee. He is married to the love of his life Betty Jo, has six children and five grand children. Recreation time almost always involves the great outdoors.

 

Timothy McCullough DC, DABCI   |    View My Courses >>

Dr. Timothy McCullough is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a major of pre med in 1975.Dr. McCullough graduated from the US Army Aviation School in 1977. Dr. McCullough graduated with a Master of Education Degree from the University of Louisiana Lafayette in 1986. Dr. McCullough earned his certificate in Manipulation Under Anesthesia in 1993. Dr. McCullough is a certified acupuncturist and has diplomate status in Nutrition and as a Chiropractic Internist. Dr. McCullough has served as a past-member of the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners and past president of the ACA Council on Diagnosis and Internal Disorders. Dr. McCullough is a former Adjunct Professor for Texas Chiropractic College. Dr. McCullough has extensive post graduate training in Injectable Nutrition and Pharmacology. He holds multiple state licenses. On a personal note, he is an Amature Radio Operator.

 

Sandra Norton DC, DACBR   |    View My Courses >>

Chiropractic Radiologist Dr. Sandra Norton is a graduate of Cleveland Chiropractic College where she also completed her post-graduate Radiology training. Dr. Norton is currently a Parker University College of Chiropractic Associate Professor (Full-time), and a previous Instructor at Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, MO. Dr. Norton is an Instructor Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology and is also certified in animal chiropractic by the American Veterinarian Chiropractic Association. Dr. Norton has taught courses in Applications in Diagnostic Imaging, Fundamentals of Diagnostic Imaging (X-ray Physics and Technology) with lab, Normal Radiographic Anatomy (including normal variants) with labs, Bone Pathology I labs (topics include tumors, metabolic/endocrine, vascular, infection), Bone Pathology II (topics included trauma, arthritides, dysplasias, and metabolic disorders), Soft Tissue Pathology (Chest and Abdomen), X-ray Procedures and Positioning, Clinical floor duties and resident training sessions. Dr. Norton is passionate about teaching and nurturing the intellectual evolution of students in an evidence-based, critical thinking, academic environment. Dr. Norton strives to continue to learn all fields of radiology and make applicable to the changing environment of Chiropractic and the subluxation complex. Dr. Norton also desires to strengthen the future of chiropractic by bringing health care to those who need it in all areas of the globe and educate others about chiropractic. Dr. Norton came highly recommended to us by her current and former students and colleagues. She is well loved and admired for her gift of humor, enthusiastic teaching style and dedication to the Chiropractic profession.

 

Donald Ozello, DC   |    View My Courses >>

Donald A. Ozello, DC graduated from Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1995. He is the owner and treating doctor at Championship Chiropractic in Las Vegas, Nevada. His mission is to educate and inspire others to live healthier, fitter, more functional lives. He has a family practice but his passion is treating sports injuries. Dr. Donald A. Ozello is the author of “Running: Maximize Performance & Minimize Injuries: A Chiropractor’s Guide to Minimizing the Potential for Running Injuries.” He writes a weekly health, fitness and nutrition column for The Las Vegas Informer. He is published in OnFitness Magazine, Las Vegas Man Magazine, LiveStrong.com and SpineUniverse.com. Dr. Donald A. Ozello is a fitness enthusiast. Functional kettlebell training, running and bike riding are his favorite forms of exercise. Before pursuing his career in Chiropractic, Donald served in the United States Navy aboard the USS Bremerton, SSN 698.

 

T.D. Wilson, DC   |    View My Courses >>

Tracy Wilson, DC received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker University in 1996. He is a graduate of Eastern New Mexico University with a degree in biology. He has completed numerous post graduate courses in chiropractic pediatrics, has CLM Wellness certification and AMIT certification. He started practicing in Lovington, NM under the guidance of his mentor Dr. D.E. Atchley. Dr. Wilson is an Ambassador for the Chiropractic Leadership Alliance, through which he has been privileged to take part in utilizing the most state of the art technology, The Creating Wellness System. Beyond practice, Dr. Wilson is a nationally sought after lecturer and motivational speaker. He speaks regularly at Parker Chiropractic College and other State organizations teaching continuing education in Pediatrics, Family Practice, and Communication. He also is the author of "Understanding Personalities in Practice Manual" specifically for Doctors of Chiropractic to become better communicators with their patients. Dr. Wilson also takes care of the Texas Tech Football team and has traveled with the team to the last 7 bowl games. Dr. Wilson is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association, and Texas Chiropractic Association. Dr. Wilson is the father of three beautiful girls, Summer, Kaylee, and Holly. Along with spending time with his daughters, he enjoys running marathons, half marathons, and triathlons.

 

Heather Wright DC, CCEP   |    View My Courses >>

Dr. Wright received her Bachelor of science in 1997- Summa Cum Laude -Tarleton State University under full scholarship. She graduated with her Doctor of Chiropractic-2001 Presidential Top Graduate- Palmer College of Chiropractic, where she attended on multiple scholarships. Dr. Wright is a Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner since 2003 with post-doctorate specialist status in the care and rehabilitation of sports injuries, shoulder problems, feet issues, and other extremity conditions. She, also, has a special interest and post-graduate training in Animal Chiropractic. Dr. Wright maintains a busy practice in Weatherford Texas. She is passionate about Chiropractic and teaching.

 

Steve Yeomans, DC FACCO   |    View My Courses >>

Dr Steven G. Yeomans began his practice in 1979 by joining his father as a third generation chiropractor in Ripon, WI. He completed a 5-year residency orthopedic program and became board certified in 1985. He accepted his first post-graduate teaching position with the National College of Chiropractic in 1989 and since, has acquired chiropractic post-graduate teaching positions with 7 other Chiropractic colleges. Since 1984, Dr. Yeomans has lectured abroad and throughout the U.S. and Canada on topics including Impairment and disability rating (currently 6th edition), Industrial consulting, carpal tunnel syndrome and cumulative trauma disorders, rehabilitation, whiplash, documentation, physical therapy, outcomes assessment and orthopedics. In the year 2000, the textbook, The Clinical Application of Outcomes Assessment was released by Appleton & Lange. He maintains his private practice in Ripon, WI with a partner and continues to actively write and lecture.

 

 

Staff


Betty Jo & Vincent at a recent Dallas Chiropractic Seminar

Betty Jo Horne

Betty Jo Horne is Dr. Horne's wife and has worked alongside him in his Chiropractic practice as his CA and office manager for years. She now serves CCEDSEMINARS as Administrative Officer of Continuing Education. Betty Jo loved the patients while in active practice with her husband and now thoroughly enjoys assisting Doctor's in achieving their Continuing Education requirements. She will most certainly become your friend on the phone and at onsite events where you will find her serving you with her gift of gracious hospitality. Her interests include a passion for cooking, gardening, studying nutrition, traveling and spending time with husband, children and grandchildren.

Vincent Shutt 

Vincent Shutt is our newest member of the CCEDSEMINARS staff and will be serving as Associate Administrative Officer of Continuing Education. Vincent comes to us with significant customer service experience and we are confident that he will diligently strive to assist you with all of your Continuing Education requirement questions, concerns and enrollment. He will also be serving as a moderator in live events and assist our instructors in delivering high quality Continuing Education presentations. Vincent attended Abilene Christian University where he met his sweet wife, Tracie. Vincent's interests include cooking and grilling and he is an avid reader, hunter and outdoorsman. Vincent and Tracie live in the Dallas area with their precious newborn son, Hayden.

 

 

 

 

 

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