This post-doctoral program is designed specifically for practicing chiropractors interested in becoming neuromusculoskeletal medicine specialists. A combination of onsite seminars, online learning, and experiential training will cover a range of topics, including:
The advanced clinical training will prepare you to become a neuromusculoskeletal specialist, and give you the skills necessary to evaluate and manage the care of patients with acute and chronic pain.
Upon completion of this three-year course of study, you will be qualified to apply for board certification through the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists. With this, you will have the credentials to become a member of an integrated health care team within a Federally Qualified Health Center or a Patient-Centered Medical Home.
Designed specifically for practicing chiropractors, the Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Post-Graduate Program will give you the credentials necessary to become a valuable member of a primary healthcare team. Major changes in the chiropractic field are happening right now due to the Affordable Care Act, with new doors opening for chiropractors as a result.
Ten-hour weekend seminars: $300
Twelve-hour weekend seminars: $360
Fifteen-hour weekend seminars: $450
$30 per hour
100 onsite training hours
400 distance learning hours
500 experiential learning hours