Online CE

Need CE Hours? Check out these seminars sponsored by TCA. 
For additional information on these courses, please use the registration information listed.

October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019 | Coding & Documentation Module (CE Hours Varies Check Website)
Instructors: Monte Horne, DC & Steven Yeoman, DC, FACCO
Course Description: This program will teach you cutting edge chiropractic documentation that will get you paid! This course covers everything from patient intake and consents to discharge forms. You will learn the proper use of assessment tools including pain diagrams and outcome assessments questionnaires and how to quantify examination data to prove medical necessity. The 7 part program will have special application for insurance, Medicare, personal injury and worker's compensation. Bullet proof your practice with this awesome chiropractic course while earning chiropractic CE credits!
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019 | Pediatrics: Introduction to Chiropractic Pediatrics (CE Hours Varies Check Website)
Instructors: T.D Wilson, DC & Heather Bryce, DC
Course Description: Expand your practice with this dynamic course on chiropractic pediatrics! You will develop a pediatric specific examination protocol, apply EMG and thermography, and gather clinical pearls related to the treatment of pediatric patients. Dr. Wilson is a dynamic speaker who runs a very successful pediatric practice. Learn from the best while earning chiropractic CE credits! 
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019 | Evidence Based Practice 201: The Patient Evaluation
Instructor: Monte Horne, DC
Course Description: This course explores the evidence of the patient evaluation from history though testing. Evidence Based Practice integrates the best evidence, clinician’s experience, with patient preference in clinical decision making. Evidence based practice is the application of the highest standards of care based on recent research. Evidence based practice will improve patient outcomes while decreasing recovery time. The presentation includes power point, videos, and handouts. Take your practice to the next level while earning chiropractic CEU!
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


January 1, 2019 - December 31, 2019 | Stress & Strain (10 CE )
Course Description: Unit I: Chemical Stress ● Harmful Ingredients in Foods & Beverages that Damage Health ● Toxic Additives, Preservatives & Chemicals Hiding in Plain Sight ● Combating the Aggressive Effects of Cancer ● How to Avoid Hazardous Personal Care & Household Products

Unit II: Nutrition & Wellness ● Comprehensive Nutrition and Detoxification Research ● Common Supplements & Herbs to Avoid ● Tips for Improving Heart Disease, Blood Pressure & Gut Health ● Diet & Fitness Facts
Registration: Thomas Bynes, DC | www.DCcourses.com | (512) 786-0099 


March 1, 2019 - February 29, 2020 | Neurology
Instructor: Michael Hall, DC, FAICN
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. Expand your chiropractic tool box and earn chiropractic continuing education credit!
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


April 1, 2019- March 31, 2020 | Radiology
Instructors: Sandra Norton, DC, DACBR & Wesley R. Duval, DC, DACBR
Course Description: In this course you will begin by examining normal anatomy and common interpretation mistakes. Next, you'll examine normal variants that are frequently confused with pathology. Additionally, you will thoroughly discuss conditions that are contraindications to the chiropractic adjustment/manipulation. Finally, the course will cover biomechanics and common pattern variations. Improve your chiropractic skill set expanding your value to your chiropractic practice while earning online chiropractic CE. 
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


April 1, 2019- March 31, 2020 | Case Studies: Case studies of the head
Instructors: Monte Horne, DC & Heather Wright, DC, CCEP
Case studies discuss key historical data, examination findings, appropriate testing, and treatment. Treatment considerations include conservative measures and chiropractic intervention through invasive measures. Documentation and treatment pearls are introduced throughout the class. This chiropractic course includes video demonstrations as well as lecture material and down loadable handouts. Improve your chiropractic skill set while earning chiropractic CEU!
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


April 1, 2019- March 31, 2020 | Sport Medicine 
Instructors: Dennis O’Hara, DC, DACBSP & Donald Ozello, DC
Course Description: Expand your practice with the application of sports medicine to your chiropractic practice. This program will focus on conditions affecting the foot region. The program begins with an in-depth study of plantar fasciitis. Next you will examine the diagnosis and management of non-displaced stress fracture. The program discusses numerous applications of conservative management to the care of the injured athlete. With this program you will expand your chiropractic toolbox while earning chiropractic relicensing credits.
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236


April 1, 2019 - March 31, 2020 | Nutrition
Instructor: Howard Benedikt, DC, CCSP, DCBC
Course Description: Expand your practice and chiropractic tool box with this dynamic nutrition course! Learn to manage inflammatory conditions with proven nutritional agents. You will learn how to employ anti-inflammatory diets, supplements and herbs. Add additional services to your practice while earning chiropractic CEU!  
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236


March 1, 2019 - February 29, 2020 | Neurology
Instructor: Michael Hall, DC, FAICN
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. Expand your chiropractic tool box and earn chiropractic continuing education credit!
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236 


August, 2019-December, 2019 | Acupuncture as an active modality with Chiropractic Adjustment
Instructor: Rosanne Butera, DC
Course Description: Gain greater understanding of the 4 needle theory and be able to triage your patient’s needs and get immediate results.  Using acupuncture points without needles you can quickly treat the patient and test the patient’s immediate progress for immediate changes.  With this class you will understand the values of a system in which you can problem solve for each individual, you will have a full treatment plan for that patient and can you systematically alter the treatment with reason and good judgement.  At the end of this 4 hours, you will feel that you have a greater understanding of why and how you will be able to reach your patient through the - 4 needle theory of acupuncture also called the promotion cycle or the mother and son elements or the creation cycle. You will have a greater level of communication with your patient as they will “feel” as well as understand what you have given them.
Registration: www.drbutera.com | email: [email protected] 


August 1, 2019-July 30, 2020 | Acupuncture 201-204 (2 CE hours per section)
Instructor: Stephen Tranter, DC
Acupuncture 201: Needle Technique This course is a detailed review of safe needle technique and safe point selection followed by a selection of must-know points and concepts to help (and wow!) your patients.
Acupuncture 202: Safe and Highly Effective Drain the Pain Acupuncture for the Busy Chiropractor A selection of must-know yin meridian points and concepts to help (and wow!) your patients, followed by an introduction to auriculotherapy.
Acupuncture 203: Alarm, Associated, Source and Cerebral Points to Improve Your Diagnostic Skills and Clinical Outcomes This course will help you build an understanding of the location and usage of diagnostic and therapeutic acupuncture points on the spine, head and extremities.
Acupuncture 204: Effective and Efficient Acupuncture protocols for Commonly Seen Conditions In this course you will learn to demonstrate effective acupuncture protocols for the most common problems seen by the chiropractor using meridian points, auricular points and cerebral points.
Registration: www.ccedseminars.com | (972) 489-5236


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