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Current Courses

Basic Science

Information about mechanisms. About what things are, and how things work relevant to chiropractic care. e.g. what a subluxation is from a neuroscience perspective.

Level 1 – 9 classes

  • BS1.01 The Many Models of the Chiropractic Subluxation
  • BS1.02 The Brain Model of the Chiropractic Subluxation
  • BS1.03 Your first visit to a Chiropractor
  • BS1.04 Your first adjustment
  • BS1.07 Spinal Function Affects Brain Function
  • BS1.08 Adjustments Improve Strength
  • BS1.09 The Prefrontal Cortex and Cerebellum
  • BS1.10 How to Explain Pain
  • BS1.11 Chiropractic and Pain

Level 2 – 12 classes

  • BS2.01 Introduction to the Neuroplasticity Model
  • BS2.02 Two Models of the Vertebral Subluxation
  • BS2.03 The Neurophysiology of the Subluxation
  • BS2.04 Chiropractic Adjustments affect the Prefrontal Cortex
  • BS2.05 The Impact of Stress on the Brain and Health
  • BS2.06 Communicating Chiropractic’s impact on the Brain
  • BS2.07 Pain is created in the Brain
  • BS2.08 Understanding Chronic Pain
  • BS2.09 Connection between Stress, Pain, Sleep and Mental Health
  • BS2.10 The Brain, Pain and the Neuroplastic Effects of Chiropractic Care
  • BS2.11 The Somatosensory Neuroplastic effects of Chiropractic Care
  • BS2.12 The Motor Control effects of Chiropractic Care

Research Methods

What sciences and research are, how it is conducted, why it is done in these ways, and how best this can serve chiropractors, their staff, and their patients in practice.

Level 1 – 7 classes

  • RM1.01 Introduction to Research Methodology
  • RM1.02 Ethics in Research
  • RM1.03 Evidence-Based Chiropractic
  • RM1.04 Key Research Terminology
  • RM1.05 Introduction to Different Research Designs
  • RM1.06 Patient-Reported Outcome Measures
  • RM1.09 Introduction to Critical Evaluation

Level 2 – 7 classes

  • RM2.01 Science and Research for the Profession
  • RM2.02 A Closer look at Critical Evaluation
  • RM2.03 Writing for Academic Purposes
  • RM2.04 A Closer look at evidence-based Chiropractic
  • RM2.05 Gathering Scientific Evidence for a Report of Findings
  • RM2.06 Observational Study Design
  • RM2.12 How to write a Case Study

Level 3 – 4 classes

  • RM3.09 Working with your Supervisor on your Research Project
  • RM3.10 Writing a Literature Review
  • RM3.11 Writing a Research Proposal
  • RM3.12 Writing and Presenting a Research Project

Upcoming Courses for January 2022

  • BS1.05 How stress affects your health
  • BS1.06 Movement Matters
  • CS1.01 Communicating Science
  • CS1.02  The safety of chiropractic care
  • CS1.03 How often should you get adjusted?
  • CS1.04 Chiropractic care for low back pain and neck pain
  • CS1.05 Chiropractic care for headaches and migraines
  • CS1.06 The benefits of chiropractic
  • CS1.07 Chiropractic for Older Adults
  • CS1.08 Chiropractic for babies
  • CS1.09 Chiropractic for young kids
  • CS2.01 Chiropractic and back pain
  • CS2.02 Chiropractic and neck pain
  • CS2.03 Chiropractic and Headaches
  • CS2.04 The Safety of Chiropractic Care
  • CS2.06 The Opioid crisis
  • CS2.07 Chiropractic and Stroke Risk
  • CS2.08 The Clinical Indicators of Vertebral Subluxations
  • CS2.09 How often should I see my patients
  • CS2.10 Chiro Care Older Adults and Hypertension
  • CS2.11 Chiropractic and Colic
  • CS2.12 Chiropractic and Enuresis
  • RM1.07 Introduction to the experimental design
  • RM1.08 How to search the literature
  • RM1.11 How many subjects you need in a study
  • RM1.12 What you can and cannot claim in external marketing
  • RM2.07 Cohort Studies
  • RM2.08 Cohort Studies Part 2
  • RM2.09 Qualitative Research Studies
  • RM2.10 Polls and Surveys
  • RM2.11 Diagnostic Accuracy
  • RM3.01 A closer look at the Experimental Study Design
  • RM3.02 Introduction to randomized controlled trials
  • RM3.03 A closer look at randomized controlled trials
  • RM3.04 Systematic reviews
  • RM3.05 Meta analysis
  • RM3.06 Basic Science Narrative reviews
  • RM3.07 Case Control Studies
  • RM3.08 Cross Sectional Studies
  • SC1.01 Introduction to biostatistics
  • SC1.02 Basic descriptive statistics in Excel

Course Outline

  1. Basic Science for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2 , 3, 4) (Level 1 = CA training)
  2. Clinical Science for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2, 3, 4) (Level 1 = CA training)
  3. Communicating the Science of Chiropractic (Level 1, for both CAs and DCs)
  4. Neuroscience for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2, 3, 4)
  5. Research Methodology for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2 and 3)
  6. Pathology for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2 and 3)
  7. Philosophy for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2 and 3)
  8. Muscle testing for Chiropractors (Level 1, 2 and 3)