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  • Contains 89 Product(s)

    Package of 14 live webinars, worth 1 CE credit each, plus access to an on-demand library of 75 additional courses.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    If your practice is looking to grow, this session will help you build a robust game plan for tackling the online space so you can consistently draw in new patents to your practice and help more people in your community. Learn the ins and outs of the primary activities you should be doing online to connect with more people, educate your community, position yourself as the authority, and draw in new patients.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    In this class, Dr. Hewitt will introduce doctors and students to the five key questions to ask during the history to document the potential presence of joint dysfunction in infants. Ranging from in utero health through the process of labor and delivery, attendees will learn about the protective mechanisms built into the birth process, as well as the impacts on the newborn’s musculoskeletal system when a birth doesn’t go as planned. As always, throughout her presentation Dr. Hewitt will pepper her instruction with clinical pearls from her 34 years of experience in pediatric practice.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Pain is a complex entity. New evidence changes our understanding of pain on a near constant basis. This presentation aims to present the current evidence surrounding pain and its neurophysiologic underpinnings.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course is designed to teach attendees about common conditions which may require a referral for interventional pain management. How the conditions present to the office, what they look like on MRI, and how referrals should be made. The most common types of interventional pain management procedures will be discussed (what the procedures are, what conditions they treat, what medications are used, why some medications are preferred over others, and what outcomes are expected). An increased ability to recognize pathology on MRI, discuss these findings with patients and professionals, request consultations with pain Physicians, discuss pain management procedures with patients, and understand the mechanism and benefit of these procedures will be gained from this presentation.

  • Contains 2 Component(s)

    ​The program will cover medical journalist Howard Wolinsky's new book, “Contain and Eliminate: The American Medical Association’s Conspiracy to Destroy Chiropractic.”

  • Contains 14 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course provides a brief introduction to health and wellness promotion for the busy clinician or student. The course focuses on 6 concepts integral to health promotion for patient-centered and evidence-informed practice: health behavior theory, communication theory, motivational interviewing, assessing behavioral needs, implementing health promotion, and wellness promotion in the practice and community.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Chronic low back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide and chronic back pain patients can benefit significantly from Chiropractic care. This course reviews the current models of pain perception as a primer to understanding the chronic pain patient as well as the utilization of the yellow flag risk assessment questionnaire for this demographic. Active care principles substantiated in the literature will be reviewed as well as trends in lifestyle and nutrition. The course is structured to enable the clinician to apply the information immediately.

  • Contains 10 Product(s)

    Enhance your cultural competence and your awareness of issues of diversity, equity and inclusion within the healthcare system and the profession with this Learn ACA multi-course package. Register for this package to earn up to 10 CE credits, eligible for ethics in applicable states, and sharpen your skills in addressing health disparities, approaching challenging conversations, and treating different patient populations with sensitivity. Learn more about Learn ACA’s DEI Bundle or register now to receive a comprehensive package of resources that will help you navigate these important interpersonal issues, improve your cultural competencies, and ensure you are leading the way in the chiropractic profession and broader healthcare community.

  • Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Through a comparative discussion between Dr. Ta and Dr. Price, attendees will look at how two different hospital systems, within the VA and within a non-profit teaching hospital, utilize chiropractic to help care for underserved populations and the importance of topics and issues the ACA legislative committee is targeting everyday to gain more access to healthcare, specifically veterans and Medicare patients.