Missouri Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements

Missouri Chiropractic Online Education Guidelines

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Missouri Continuing Education Requirements: 48 hours biennially
 

Animal Chiropractic: Allows animal chiropractic treatment. No specific CE requirements but CE approved by the State Veterinary Board is acceptable towards 24 hours of General CE re-licensure requirement.

New Licensee Information: A new licensee who completed an accredited graduate chiropractic education program within the 12 months preceding receipt of their license is not required to complete the continuing education requirements for the calendar year that the license was issued. If the license is issued in an odd numbered year than 24 hours of continuing education is required on the first renewal of which at least 12 hours must be board approved, formal CE. The balance can be general/self-study hours.

Reporting Requirements: Licensee affirms CE completion on State form

Missouri Continuing Education requirements posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Missouri continuing education requirements are subject to change and therefore, Missouri Chiropractic licensees are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the Missouri continuing education requirements.

Revised: 05/04/2016

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Missouri Chiropractic Online Continuing Education Courses

Live Webinars
There are no live webinars accredited for this state.

Live Seminars
There are no live seminars accredited for this state.

Online Courses
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 & Clinical Pearls 204: Thorax Conditions I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 205: The Lumbar Spine I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 206: The Lower Extremities I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 207: The Head II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 208: The Cervical Spine II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 209-A: The Upper Extremities II Part I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 209-B: Upper Extremities II Part II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 210-A: The Thorax II Part I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 210-B: The Thorax II Part II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 211: Lumbar Spine Conditions II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 212: Lower Extremity Conditions II (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 213: Headache Management and Diagnosis Made Easy (Heather Wright DC, CCEP)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 214: Using Anatomy and Diagnoses to Manage the Shoulder (Heather Wright DC, CCEP)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 215: Case Studies Related to the TMJ (Heather Wright DC, CCEP)
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 206: ICD-10 for Chiropractic Practice (Part I) (Monte Horne, DC)
Coding & Documentation 207: ICD-10 for Chiropractic Practice (Part II) (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 201: The Patient Evaluation (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 202: Documenting Clinical Outcomes (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 203: Imaging in Clinical Practice I (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 204: Imaging in Clinical Practice II (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 205: Modes of Care (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 206: Collaborative Care for the Upper Extremities (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 207: Collaborative Care for the Lower Extremities (Monte Horne, DC)