Texas Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements

Posted on Feb 11, 2015

Texas Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements

Texas Chiropractic Online Education Guidelines

Texas requires 16 hours of chiropractic CE per year due on the first day of the month in which his or her birthday occurs. Of the 16 required hours 2 hours must be in Ethics and 1 hour in recordkeeping, documentation, and coding relevant to the practice of chiropractic in Texas. These 3 hours cannot be taken online. Also required is 1 hour of Risk Management that is allowed online.

Texas Online Chiropractic Continuing Education Policies

For those doctors that were licensed on or after 9/1/2012, must complete 8 hours of chiropractic continuing education in coding and documentation for Medicare claims no later than one year after their initial licensure in order to be eligible to renew their licenses at their next renewal date on or following the first annual anniversary of their original licensure date. The eight hours of required continuing education in coding and documentation for Medicare claims may be counted as part of the total of 16 continuing education hours required during the year in which the eight hours were completed.

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Texas Chiropractic Online Continuing Education Courses

02/10/15 7-9 PM CT EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 304: Imaging Applications in Clinical Practice (Monte Horne, DC)
02/12/15 7-9 PM CT EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 305: Modes of Care (Monte Horne, DC)
02/17/15 7-9 PM CT EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 306: Collaborative care for Upper Extremities (Monte Horne, DC)
02/19/15 7-9 PM CT EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE 307: Collaborative care for Lower Extremities (Monte Horne, DC)
02/21/15 9-11 AM CT Case Studies 315: Case Studies Related To the TMJ (Heather Wright DC, CCEP)
02/24/2015 7-9 PM CT Neurology 302: Chiropractic Considerations of Pain on the Central Nervous System (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
02/26/15 7-9 PM CT Bullet Proof Documentation 304 (Steve Yeomans, DC FACCO)
02/28/15 9-11 AM CT Radiology 302: Normal Variants of the Thoracic Spine (Sandra Norton DC, DACBR)
03/17/15 7-9 PM CT Ethics (2 Hours) 301 (Monte Horne, DC)
03/19/15 7-9 PM CT Documentation & Risk (2 Hours) 301 (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 201; The Head I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 202: The Cervical Spine I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 203 The Upper extremities I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 204 Thorax Conditions I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 207 Complex Headaches II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 208 Cervical Conditions II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 209-A Upper Extremities II Part I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 209-B Upper Extremities II Part II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 210-A Thorax Conditions II (Part I) (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 210-B Thorax Conditions II (Part II) (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 211 Lumbar Spine Conditions II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies 212 Lower Extremity Conditions II (Monte Horne, DC)
Coding & Documentation 201 (Monte Horne, DC)
Coding & Documentation 202 (Medicare & Insurance) (Monte Horne, DC)
Coding & Documentation 203 (Personal & work injury) (Monte Horne, DC)
Coding & Documentation 204 (Personal Injury) (Monte Horne, DC)
Risk Management 201 Risk Management for the Chiropractic Practice (Monte Horne, DC)

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