12 hours per 1 year renewal cycle (January 1 – December 31) (Accepts PACE Pre-Check)
Distance Allowed: 12 hours of post-graduate mediated instruction through an accredited college or university
Approved subjects: Adjusting techniques; spinal analysis; physical medicine modalities and therapeutic procedures; record keeping and documentation; ethics; CPR; public health; communicable diseases; sexual boundaries; emergency procedures; acupuncture; nutrition; examination, assessment and diagnostic procedures to include physical, orthopedic, neurological procedures; radiographic technique; diagnostic imaging and interpretation; laser as permitted by law; clinical laboratory procedures limited to urine collection, fingerpricks and venipuncture; anatomy; physiology’ bacteriology; chiropractic orthopedics and neurology; chemistry; pathology; patient management; evidence-based clinical intervention models; symptomatology; Arizona jurisprudence; participation in the NBCE exam development or administration
* The licensed Doctor of Chiropractic shall be responsible for verifying the board requirements for license renewal.
CHIROPRACTIC CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS FOR CALIFORNIA LICENSE RENEWAL
(CAProp) Managing Patients Balance & Proprioceptive Issues Part 2
The California Chiropractic Association hosts several live events and conventions throughout the year. To learn about event dates and subjects, we encourage you to go to Cal Chiro’s website for more details.