The goal of this 48 hour Nutrition program is to provide the practitioner a complete Nutritional System that will provide you the knowledge and confidence to help your patients IMMEDIATELY. Though each session is a stand alone, each session will build upon each other by following a simple framework of thinking using a simple acronym (STAMP) that will help guide you through a thought process that is quick and efficient.
This simple yet effective framework will guide you through patient history, questionnaires, lab testing, physical exams, diets and lots of detailed protocols. In addition, during the length of the series all attendees will have access to a private online community with direct access to Dr. Sefcik, as well as other attendees to help support each other as you implement this nutritional system.
This the the ultimate nutritional system that you have been waiting for. Who should attend? All health professionals and office staff. It's critical to have everyone in the office on the same page to more effectively implement this simple system.
Wisconsin Doctors of Chiropractic: Completing this program meets the requirements of the Wisconsin DSPS to allow you to offer nutritional counseling in your office. You need to attend all 4 sessions and pass the exam offered at each session. Once you complete the training and pass the exams, visit this page https://dsps.wi.gov/Credentialing/Health/fm2761.pdf to complete the forms the state needs from you to become certified. You should complete form 2761 and mail it to the board with the fee. Form 2762 should be completed and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org who will complete the form for you and email it directly to the state on your behalf.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to take advantage of the student scholarship, you need to be a currently enrolled NWHSU student and attend all 4 courses (all 48 hours).
Get started on the path toward your CCSP® certification today!
We are excited to offer this 75-hour on-line chiropractic sports injuries program. It allows you to complete the training at your own pace from home or your office. You learn from instructors with extensive teaching and clinical experience to gain the skills you need to treat sports injuries and athletes.
Complete this online program and attend our 3-session on campus sports hands-on program to become eligible to apply for the certified chiropractic sports physician (CCSP®) certification exam.
Another hands-on program starts in October 2021. Learn emergency procedures, kineisology taping extremity adjusting, and therapeutic muscle stretching, . Click here to register.
Buy the online program for $2250 and save $375 (vs. buying each session separately). Select 'Check all' and select the "Buy all 9 sessions" option in pricing below each course to get this discount.
Complete this program to become eligible to apply for the Certified Chiropractic Sport Physician (CCSP) exam offered by the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians, visit www.ACBSP.com for details about board certification.
CCSP exam registration is now open! You have until April 1, 2021 to register. Click here for 2021 CCSP Written Exam Registration.
Today, more than ever before, employers are calling upon experts in employee health and injury prevention to help with cost containment of health expenditures. To prepare you for the successful delivery of on-site services to business and industry, take our three session online certificate program. You will become specially trained to help employers maintain employee health and reduce the alarming rate of work-related neuromusculoskeletal disorders.
This three session, 30-hour online certificate program is taught by Chad Henriksen DC, DACBOH; Elizabeth L. Auppl, and Joseph J. Sweere DC, DABCO, DACBOH, seasoned experts in the occupational health field.
Iowa State Law requires Chiropractic Assistants to have documented training in the operation of various active physiotherapy (rehabilitation) procedures. The training is appropriate for any chiropractic assistant who performs or wants to perform these procedures. You'll take real life skills back to your practice. A substantial set of notes is included with this course.In addition, under the direct supervision of a doctor of chiropractic licensed in the State of Iowa, the chiropractic assistant must be taught how to use, and demonstrate competency in the operation of various active physiotherapy (rehabilitation) procedures. The total amount of time for training and demonstrating competency on all equipment shall be no less than six (6) hours. Upon receipt of the practical skills documentation form a certificate will be issued.
The Certified Chiropractic Extremity Practitioner (CCEP) seminar series presents practical, objective-based solutions for treating the body's extremities. The series will teach you how diagnosis and treatment is made simple through understanding the biomechanical functions of each joint. Our instructors incorporate current and past clinical findings into the discussion and demonstrate proper diagnosis and technique, provide plenty of time for hands-on practice, and work to facilitate a highly interactive course format in this intensive seminar series.
The chiropractic profession often stresses the importance of nerve interference in the spine, but neglects the impact it has on the extremities. Our simplified and complete process utilizes muscle tests as indicators for adjusting and providing instant feedback for patients.
We are proud to have partnered with over 1,550 fully certified CCEPs over the last 25 years and boast CCEP certified chiropractors in nearly every U.S. state and many countries across the world. We would love to welcome you as a CCEP should you choose to elevate your practice through all seven extremity adjusting seminars.
While these seminars teach some of the “textbook” information behind the process, the real value is in the way our many instructors’ focus on a hands-on approach to adjusting. In this, they teach you how to efficiently and effectively implement extremity adjusting and muscle testing methods into your daily practice and through such, help improve the lives of your patients.
Full Program Discounts (purchase in advance to save big!):
Doctors (save $350) full program $2100
Students/1st year Graduates (save $175) full program $1050
This new four session 100 hour program provides doctors of chiropractic and T5+ chiropractic students the opportunity to learn the age-old technique of acupuncture in levels of progression. Each session incorporates classroom and laboratory practicum to advance your acupuncture knowledge along with your clinical application skills. It offers an overview and basic training in acupuncture theory and techniques.
In order to qualify for the NBCE acupuncture exam and use acupuncture as a adjunct therapy, you must complete this program in its entirety, and succesfully pass all of the examinations.
At the completion of the program, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) theory.
- Demonstrate proficiency in identifying and needling common acupuncture points.
- Demonstrate proficiency in applying acupuncture and TCM theory to clinical compliants and conditions.
- Confidently incorporate acupuncture in the treatment of common and complex clinical conditions.
You must come prepared to expose parts of your body so your partners can needle you and vis-versa. Dressing rooms are available in the lab classroom. Therefore, ALWAYS bring a gown or gown top, swimsuit, shorts, or loose clothing that will allow for this. T-back sport bras are NOT a good choice since they don’t allow easy access to the thoracic spine.
Clean Needle Kit:
All students are required to purchase a clean needle kit. The University Bookstore has assembled all of the items for you. The container to house all of these items must be a hard sided case to contain all supplies (i.e. tackle box like – a soft case is not acceptable). You will be able to purchase the kit prior to class from the Bookstore, or you can buy it on day 1 of the class. It costs $185 (save $40 from buying separately).
- A Manual of Acupuncture, (2nd edition, hardcover) Peter Deadman ISBN-13: 978-0951054659
- Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion Cheng Xinnong ISBN-13: 978-7119017587
- (NEW) The Foundations of Chinese Medicine: A Comprehensive Text for Acupuncturists & Herbalists, (2nd edition) Giovanni Maciocia ISBN-13: 978-0702052163
- (NEW) Clean Needle Technique for Acupuncturists, (7th edition) - download your free copy here http://www.ccaom.org/downloads/7thEditionManualEnglishPDFVersion.pdf.
- The Web that has No Weaver Ted Kaptchuck: ISBN-13: 978-0809228409
- Tongue Diagnosis in Chinese Medicine Giovanni Maciocia: ISBN-13: 978-0939616190
- Close to the Bone: The Treatment of Musculo-skeletal Disorder with Acupuncture and other Traditional Chinese Medicine David Legge: ISBN-13: 978-0731691173
- Motor Point Index - An Acupuncturist's Guide to Locating and Treating Motor Points (Kindle Edition), Matt Callison
1. Clean Needle Technique Examination (Written & Practical)
2. Comprehensive Final Written Examination
3. Comprehensive Final Practical Examination
A score of 70% or greater is required on all examinations for successful program completion. Competency in performing assigned acupuncture points must be demonstrated. If a score of 70% is not achieved, there is one opportunity for repeating the examination.
CRITERIA FOR PROGRAM COMPLETION CERTIFICATE:
Attendance of all classroom-training hours (100 total hours). Successful completion of all program examinations.
In Minnesota, the Board of Chiropractic Examiners requires you to attend this program in its entirety (no hours earned outside this program are accepted) and pass the NBCE acupuncture exam. If you plan to practice in another state, we recommend you check directly with your state licensing board about their eligibility requirements.
Chiropractic Neurology shall be considered that branch of Chiropractic that deals with the definitive diagnosis, and subsequent management of conditions afflicting the human nervous system.
Chiropractic Neurology has evolved because of a need in the health care delivery systems for neurological specialists who appreciate the integral relationship between the spinal, and peripheral body articulations, and their profound influence on proper somatic and visceral neurological functions.
This 300-Hour comprehensive postgraduate neurology program has been instituted under the auspices of a CCE accredited chiropractic college. Individuals who successfully complete this program of advanced post-doctoral training are eligible to sit for examination, leading to diplomate status with the Neurology Boards of the International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology (www.iacn.org). Chiropractic Neurologists will remain abreast of the latest research and developments in neurology.
The Chiropractic Neurologist utilizes all available diagnostic procedures, such as imaging and laboratory tests, to reach a definitive diagnosis. They also utilize specific physical applications, nutritional therapy or counseling, orthopedic supports, corrective devices, specific chiropractic adjustments, manipulations, exercises, rehabilitation and home therapy regimen consultations for patient care, when appropriate; always in accordance with local state statutes. The Chiropractic Neurologist will make referrals to other health care providers when indicated.
The Chiropractic Neurologist may be used by all other health care practitioners, including chiropractic, medical and osteopathic physicians and paramedical professionals, as well as by the legal and insurance professions and managed care organizations for consultation, examination, and expert witness testimony. Patients who suffer from conditions that have not responded favorably to previous treatment, may seek a doctor with specialized training in conservative diagnostic and treatment methods. That doctor may be the Chiropractic Neurologist.
This course is primarily divided into sessions that form a logical sequence. However, each class is an individual module that can be taken as a part of the entire program, or as a single learning session. Currently, there is no limit to the length of time in which the program must be taken, therefore doctors may elect to take fewer then the offered number of modules per year, over a greater number of years. A total of 300 hours is required to qualify for the diplomate exam. Additional dates will be posted on this webpage as they are scheduled.
PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES
The general purpose of this educational program, with its continuance of qualifying or certifying procedures, is to advance the ability of the Doctor of Chiropractic to be able to select, perform, order and evaluate the necessary examinations for the differential diagnosis of lesions, defects, or disorders of the neuro-musculo-skeletal system; and, to select and therapeutically manage those conditions amendable to chiropractic care, or properly refer them to related disciplines. The more singular objectives for the graduate student, the instructor, and the profession are:
A. objectives for the graduate student:
- To understand the nature of the pathophysiological changes common to neurological diseases.
- To recognize the signs and symptoms and differentiate the condition through case history, physical, clinical, x-ray and laboratory procedures.
- To perform the standard office procedures necessary for this differentiation.
- To select those cases necessitating further study or referral.
- To select and perform the conservative chiropractic therapies as indicated.
- To adequately record and report the necessary information for the comprehensive evaluation of a patient’s disorder and conditional state.
B. objectives for the instructor:
- To provide a complete, logical and rational sequence to the study of Chiropractic Neurology.
- To explain and clarify the subject matter, and to stress the relative importance of the various components to the needs of the practicing physician and to the Chiropractic profession.
- To inspire the student to continuing study a performance achievement of the basic core needs, as well as the many ramifications that they may encompass in practice and other professional pursuits.
C. objectives for the profession:
- To be assured through its educational institutions, the graduate’s ability to recognize, select, and manage in a standard, rational, physiologically therapeutic manner the patients that he/she will be responsible for.
- To have graduates that have the necessary expertise to assist the field practitioners in the evaluation and management of patients under their care; to assist the profession and its educational institutions in their relationships with related health care disciplines; the public, and jurisdictional third parties; and to have graduates that are capable of educating and expanding chiropractic profession.
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.
This course adheres to federal administrative laws as set forth in 49 CFR Part 40.
Part 1 is a six (6) hour online course you will complete on Moodle, our learning management system. It covers the training and competencies for the Department of Transportation (DOT) Drug and Alcohol Technician requirements.
Part 2 of this program is a two (2) hour face-to-face online meeting with the instructor to demonstrate proficiency in the testing process of mock collections. IMPORTANT: This step is required by the DOT in order for you to legally provide this service in your office.
After you complete part 1 of the training, you must set up and complete Part 2 within 30 days. Upon successful completion of both parts you should be able to:
- Fulfill federal requirements for completing an instructional course and demonstrating proficiencies to operate within the DOT testing industry.
- Earn your certification to perform these services in your office.
- Understand how to maintain compliance with Federal 49 CFR Part 40.
- Understand the needs in the combined workforce for testing and outreach to industry and business as a certified drug and alcohol testing professional.
- Understand the public health problem of substance and alcohol use and addiction in the U.S.
PURCHASING ALCOHOL SCREENING DEVICE
As per course content, saliva and breath specimen collection are approved methods for screening for the presence of alcohol.
REQUIRED FOR PART 2
Saliva: The "DOT Supply Kit" which contains the Alco Screen 02 single device, two test forms and a urine specimen kit that you will use during your mock collection demonstration of proficiency with the course instructor. To order call the University Campus Store at 952-885-5416. It cost $5.00 plus shipping.
OPTIONAL BREATH SCREENING DEVICE
A breath screening device can be purchased through a vendor of your choice. They are available from Amazon (see links below), Wal-Mart or CVS Pharmacy. Prices fluctuate between $85-$150 per device. These are the devices approved for use within the DOT's testing program:
You can expect to demonstrate proficiency in lower extremity, upper extremity, core and cranial testing with a primary focus on the neuromuscular system. Learn to identify neuro-lymphatic and cranial relationships to help you more carefully diagnose and treat a variety of ailments.
Our instructor, Andrew Rostenberg, is supported by a team of applied kineisologists and team leads who will guide you through a hands-on experience filled with clinical pearls that can be applied immediately into your practice. Applying the methods you learn will enhance the quality of care you'll provide and improve patient outcomes.
- Hands-on experience with practical application
- Enhanced student-to-instructor ratio
Many of today's most influential practitioners suggest the quality of their AK testing is one major component that has set them apart.
"Mastering Applied Kinesiology has allowed me to help more people than I've ever imagined, which has created a successful and profitable practice year after year." - Ron Ledoux, DC
Iowa State Law requires chiropractic assistants to have documented training in passive physiotherapies (i.e. hot packs, cold packs, ultrasound, diathermy, electrotherapies, etc.).
However, the training is appropriate for any chiropractic assistant who performs or wants to perform these therapies. You learn real life skills to take back to your practice.
A substantial set of notes is included with the online course.In addition, under the direct supervision of a doctor of chiropractic licensed in the State of Iowa, the chiropractic assistant must be taught how to use, and demonstrate competency in the operation of various pieces of physiotherapy equipment used in the chiropractic practice for not less than six (6) hours. Upon receipt of the skills documentation form a certificate will be issued.