Courses

In this session we will have a detailed discussion about digestive health, learn a lab assessment for the patient with common digestive complaints, and discuss GI conditions.


NEW Day/time: Oct 29-30, 2021, Fri, 5-9pm, Sat, 9am-6pm, Lecture Room 2
You will be introduced to the 15 underlying factors that are contributing to chronic inflammation.


NEW Day/Time: Sept 24-25, 2021, Fri, 5-9pm, Sat, 9am-6pm, Lecture Room 2
In this session we will have a detailed discussion on neuroendocrine function, nutrition exam findings, nutritional program including inflammation protocols and key conditions.


NEW Day/time: Dec. 10-11, 2021, Fri, 5-9pm, Sat, 9am-6pm, Lecture Room 2
In this session we will have a detailed discussion on toxicology, cover nutritional programs for turn-key clinic approach and key conditions.


NEW Day/Time: Nov 12-13, 2021, Fri, 5-9pm, Sat, 9am-6pm, Lecture Room 2
At the annual Great Lakes Conference you can expect to learn from leading practitioners in functional medicine. This year, you will learn about the latest advancements in science and medicine to help you treat your patients in thepost-pandemic era. It's where you can discover how to integrate innovative science into your protocols, therapies, and treatments.


Location: Live Webinar, 14 CE Hours, Oct 22-23, 2021 (effective 9/21/21 - no longer in person)
The global crisis in low back pain, device related syndromes such as "text-neck" and aging boomers are driving an expanding relevance and value for DC to serve a unique healthcare niche as the Posture Specialist.


On Campus, 12 CE Hours, October 16-17, 2021, Room 203 (20 chiropractic Tables)
Upper Extremity Level 1 trains healthcare professionals to effectively treat common soft-tissue disorders of the upper extremity, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, and shoulder injuries. Utilizing palpation, you will learn to compare the movement and texture of healthy versus unhealthy tissue to detect problems with muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves.


On Campus. 16 CE Hours, Jan. 21-23, 2022, Room 209/211 (20 massage tables)
Lower Extremity Level 1 trains healthcare professionals to effectively treat common soft-tissue disorders such as ankle sprains/strains, bursitis, IT/TFL adhesions, and other various ankle, knee, and leg injuries.


On Campus, 16 CES, June 3-5, 2022, Room 209/211 (20 massage tables)
Our objective with this course is to introduce doctors to key concepts in developmental neurology and immunology. Along with new academic knowledge we will integrate case studies into each area of pediatric development so doctors understand what will come into their office.


Location: Portsmouth, NH, 6 Hours, December 18, 2021
Our objective with this course is to introduce doctors to key concepts in developmental neurology and immunology.


Location: Portsmouth, NH, 8 CE Hours, Dec. 4, 2021
The purpose of this lecture is to present the fundamentals of an integrative neuroscience-forward clinical framework for addressing pain and musculoskeletal injury presentations Post-MVA. The presenters will present a rational framework for approaching painful musculoskeletal conditions that is consistent with current guidelines for pain management.


Location: Denver, CO, 12 CE Hours, December 4-5, 2021
Location: Annapolis, MD, 12 CE Hours, December 18-19, 2021
We offer the American Heart Association's BLS for Healthcare Providers Course which is designed to train you in the lifesaving skills of both CPR and AED use, and relief of choking based on the 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines. 

This course provides for certification in CPR through the American Heart Association (AHA). Since this course fulfills the requirements of the AHA attendance is mandatory. Attendance will be taken. Attendance sheet must be signed or attendance will not be certified.


On campus, Sat., October 9, 2021, 8am-1pm. Please check course description for details about CE hours., Gym
On campus, Sat., January 8, 2022 8am-1pm. Please check course description for details about CE hours., Room 17
On campus, Sat., May 7, 2022 8am-1pm. Please check course description for details about CE hours., Room 17
On campus, Sat., August 20, 2022 8am-1pm. Please check course description for details about CE hours., Room 17
This three-day, 20-hour course is a hands-on intensive weekend taking doctors through a step-by-step multi-dimensional system of care where the attendees get worked on using the complete Brain/Body FIT® System of examination and correction. Doctors will then get to train their skills during each section's workshops to take back to their clinic on Monday.


Location: White Plains. GA 20 CE Hours October 1-3, 2021
Cover the diagnostic and treatment issues involving the T.M.J., ribs, and shoulder girdle adjusting for chiropractors.


On Campus, 15 CE Hours, November 13-14, 2021, Room 26
Learn a whole new approach to diagnosing shoulder, arm and hand subluxations, entrapments and thoracic outlet syndromes.


On Campus, 15 CE Hours, December 11-12, 2021, Room 26
Know the kinetic chain of the lower extremity like you have never learned it before. Understand the involuntary mechanics of your gait pattern


On Campus, 15 CE Hours, January 15-16, 2022, Room 26
Learn the kinetic chain of motion and dysfunctions of the foot. Get technical definitions and know what type of orthotics and shoes to prescribe for your patients.


On Campus 15 CE Hours February 12-13, 2022, Room 26
Areas beyond the articulations must be evaluated and altered for complete healing to occur. You will learn that the articulations and soft tissues of the body are directly related and continuous throughout the body. We will learn hands-on methods for the evaluation and treatment of these conditions.


On Campus 15 CE Hours March 12-13, 2022, Room 26
Chiropractic rehabilitation of the extremities (shoulder, elbow, wrist, fingers, hip, knee, ankle, and foot). From the etiology of the injury to the phases of healing, anatomy of the extremity, to strengthening and stabilizing the injured extremity.


On Campus 15 CE Hours April 23-24, 2022, Room 26
Illustrate, demonstrate, integrate, and practice the concepts of all previous modules froma global perspective.


On Campus 15 CE Hours May 7-8, 2022, Room 26
Discover the diagnostic and treatment strategies for treating athletes with extremity injuries. Hands-on demonstrations and practical exercises will be explored.


On Campus, 12 CE Hours, October 30-31, 2021, Room 26
Join us for an informative 15-hour session that will cover emergency procedure and taping needs for a sports chiropractor. The main focus will be managing athletes in acute injuries on the sideline as well as taping of the upper extremity, lower extremity and the spine.


On Campus, 15 CE Hours, November 12-14, 2021, Room 203 (20 chiropractic Tables)
What is causing the thoracic/lumbar area symptoms? This assessment is needed to arrive at a correct differential diagnosis. What is causing the thoracic and/or low back symptoms in the clinical picture in this patient? Is this a condition the chiropractor can treat or should it be referred? This class will help with the evaluation of the patient, taking the information and developing a differential diagnosis, and setting up a Care Plan that is evidence based.


Location: Salt Lake City, UT 4 REG CE Hour, 1 XRAY Hour, Oct. 21 7:30-12:30 MST CDI TAKING REGISTRATION
What is causing the thoracic/lumbar area symptoms? This assessment is needed to arrive at a correct differential diagnosis. What is causing the thoracic and/or low back symptoms in the clinical picture in this patient? Is this a condition the chiropractor can treat or should it be referred? This class will help with the evaluation of the patient, taking the information and developing a differential diagnosis, and setting up a Care Plan that is evidence based.


Location: Salt Lake City, UT Sept, 23 - 7:30am-12:30pm MST CDI TAKING REGISTRATION
Location: Orlando, FL, 4 CE Hours, 1 XRAY Hour, December 9, 2021, 7:30-12:30pm EST
What is causing the thoracic/lumbar area symptoms? This assessment is needed to arrive at a correct differential diagnosis. What is causing the thoracic and/or low back symptoms in the clinical picture in this patient?


Location: Saint Louis, MO, 6 CE Hours, October 14, 2021 7:30am-1:30pm
This course is designed to educate healthcare providers on the current health challenges many patients are presenting with on a daily basis. The main topics will be current epidemics of chronic pain, metabolic syndrome, autoimmunity, brain inflammation and cognitive decline. Dr. Andre Camelli will introduce low-level laser technology (LLLT) or photobiomodulation as a very effective core technology to add to your practice.


Location: Wichita, KS, 6 CE Hours, October 23, 2021
Gain a general and working understanding of Cranio-Sacral therapy, including hand placement, palpation and evaluation, as well as indications and contraindications for use.


On Campus, 12 CE Hours, Sept. 24-25, 2021, Fri, 5-9 pm., Sat, 9am-6pm, Room 15 (12 Massage Tables)
What is causing the low back symptoms? This assessment is needed to arrive at a correct diagnosis. What is causing the low back pain/clinical picture in this patient? Is this a condition the chiropractor can treat or should it be referred? This class will help with the evaluation of the patient, taking the information and developing a differential diagnosis, and setting up a Care Plan that is evidence based. Are the leg symptoms from the low back, or are the leg symptoms from a leg condition. The correct diagnosis is needed as to what is causing the leg symptoms.


Location: Hilton Garden Inn 2735 Crittenden Drive Louisville, KY, 8 Reg CE and 4 Risk Management, Jan. 22-23, 2022
Get the training you need to qualify to sit for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations (FMCSA) required Certified Medical Examiner (CME) exam. Offer DOT physical exams in your office.


On Campus, 8 CE Hours, October 9, 2021, Lecture Room 2
Whether it's triaging pitch-side, providing treatment at the clinic or preparing athletes for the Olympics, the International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic seminar are designed to help you fill in the gaps of knowledge.


Live Webinar, Pre-Seminar Theory, 10 CE Hours, Nov. 5-6, 2021
On Campus, 10 CE Hours, December 3-4, 2021, Room 27 (30 chiropractic tables)
The goal of this workshop is to focus on hands on demonstrations and group workshops that the doctor will be able to implement on Monday morning and greatly enhance their results. We will briefly cover research studies and FDA clearances to support how the laser is being used, review some case studies and provide enhanced hands-on demonstrations.


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Graston Technique® (GT) therapy is an advanced form of instrument-assisted, soft tissue mobilization, which incorporates the use of six specially designed stainless steel instruments. 


On Campus. 12 CE Hours. Nov. 6-7, 2021, Room 203 (20 chiropractic Tables)
What is causing the cervical, thoracic, lumbar spine symptoms? This assessment is needed to arrive at a correct differential diagnosis. What is causing the cervical, thoracic and/or low back symptoms in the clinical picture in this patient? Is this a condition the chiropractor can treat or should it be referred? This class will help with the evaluation of the patient, taking the information and developing a differential diagnosis.


Location: San Jose, CA CA - 4 CE Hours mandatory requirement History Taking and Physical Exam, Nov. 11, 2021
Learn from local experts so that you can avoid the pitfalls and challenges that can be encountered when you are selling or buying a chiropractic practice. Due to the nature of course content, CE hours are not given for your attendance.


On Campus, No CE Hours, October 9, 2021 9am-4pm (lunch provided), Lecture Room 6
To commemorate Erchonia's 25th anniversary as the World Leader in Low Level Laser Technology, there is not a better way to celebrate than to have the very physicians who use our products from around the globe lecture on how non-thermal laser technology by Erchonia has not only changed their practices, but also their disciplines. We are pleased to announce an essential 14-hour in-person seminar featuring a wealth of laser knowledge & implementation all in Orlando!


Location: Orlando, FL, 14 CE Hours, Sept. 24-25, 2021
The cranial bones have a powerful influence on our neurology, posture, movement, digestion, immune system, and more.


On Campus, 15 CE Hours, March 26-27, 2022, Room 26
This seminar will not only teach the doctors the incredible volume of research behind their lasers that supports many uses in practice that will set them apart from their competition, it will also give them the tools to help insulate them from the threats of diminished insurance reimbursements, delayed personal injury payouts, and competition from low cost marketing groups and membership franchises.


Location: West Covina, CA, 8 CE Hours, November 6, 2021
This seminar will focus on how to overcome the pain and opioid crisis and move beyond symptom relief to measurements of being healthy, and to maximize performance


Location: Memphis, TN, 12 CE Hours, October 9-10, 2021
This seminar will focus on how to overcome the pain and opioid crisis and move beyond symptom relief to measurements of being healthy, and to maximize performance


Location: Greenville, SC, 6 CE Hours Nov. 20, 2021
Location: Tallahassee, FL, 6 CE Hours Dec. 4. 2021
The ICPA Webster Certification has become a well-recognized and trusted name with both pregnant mothers and birth providers.


On Campus, 13 CE Hours, January 22-23, 2022, Room 26
Presentation focuses on Personal Injury care, treatment, documentation and case management practices and principles.


Location: Portland, OR, 8 CE Hours, Oct. 16-17, 2021
Location: Boise, ID, 8 CE Hours, November 6, 2021
To truly improve a patient's health and optimize active lifestyles, we need to understand how systems interact with one another. Dr. Silverman discusses the bidirectional link of the gut-to-brain axis, with particular emphasis on understanding Alzheimer's, the integrity of the blood-brain barrier, and treating concussion for faster recovery.


Location: New Haven, CT, 6 CE Hours, Nov. 6, 2021
Dr. Robert Silverman, the doctor's chiropractic doctor and laser therapy expert, leads you through an innovative demonstration showcasing 35 advanced clinical success protocols. He will show you how to use and maximize the efficacy of leading-edge laser therapy technology. Utilizing interactive demonstrations, he conveys to all experience levels how this hands-on approach leads to improved performance and recovery. This is also achieved following his enhanced and accurate supplementation protocols, treatment assessments, corrective exercises, and more.


Location: Philadelphia, PA 12 CE Hours October 2-3, 2021
Location: Seattle, WA, 12 CE Hours, December 11-12, 2021
In the course you will learn to explore the relationship between the adaptive neurological responses when exposed to environmental and subconscious stimuli and the effect it has on physical, emotional and physiological responses.


Location: Portsmouth, NH, 12 CE Hours, Oct. 2-3, 2021
Webinar, 12 CE Hours, October 23-24, 2021 - EST
Location: Pittsburgh, PA, 12 CE Hours, Nov. 6-7, 2021
Location: Lexington, KY, 12 CE Hours, Nov. 13-14, 2021
This course will provide you with the introductory techniques to assess and adjust infants and children.


On Campus, 8 CE Hours, February 26, 2022, Room 203 (20 chiropractic Tables)
Cupping therapy is an effective modality that is gaining increasing attention after advocacy by celebrities and sports stars. The safe application of this technique, however, requires knowledge and skill.


On Campus, 12 CE Hours, Sat., Oct. 2 - 8am-6pm & Sun., Oct. 3 - 8am-Noon CST, Room 209/211 (20 massage tables)
We will dive into understanding the physiology, anatomy, and neurometabolic outcomes that occur with these conditions, which will be paired together with clinical examination exercises and demonstrations to give the attendees a better understanding of how to diagnose and treat these debilitating conditions.


Location: Fargo, ND, 8 CE Hours, November 13, 2021
The knowledge and skills you will acquire during this action-packed 2-day course will change your life, your practice, and your patient's lives!


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Certificate Programs

Dr. Keys with an athlete

Complete both of the hands-on courses and our online Chiropractic Sports Injuries (CCSP) program to prepare yourself to apply for the Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP®) exam offered by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (ACBSP®). 

The hands-on training is led by experts in the field of chiropractic sports medicine.  Learn in an interactive environment at our state-of-the-art campus. You will learn how to handle emergency procedures, kinesioloy, dynamic and sports taping skills and extremity adjusting and therapeutic muscle stretching. 

Since 1980, the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians™ (ACBSP) has led the development of sports medicine certification and has managed a world-class credentialing process that ensures certified sports chiropractors meet competency standards to effectively work with and treat athletes and those engaged in athletic activities. For more information about the certification process visit www.acbsp.com.

Register early to save $25 on your tuition.  The emergency procedures and taping course tuition includes a taping kit with everything you'll need for the course.