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If you're a practicing chiropractor in the U.S. looking for CE opportunities, rejoice! This online chiropractic CE course is accredited in numerous states, ranging from Alaska to Wyoming.
For our Canadian chiropractors, this course holds recognition across various provinces including British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and others (see above).
Beyond North America, chiropractic professionals across continents from Australia to Zimbabwe can benefit from this course (Click HERE).
Logging into your CCEDseminars account will guide you to the purchased course. A simple click provides entry into the online meeting room, which may take 30-60 seconds to load based on your connection speed.
You can easily print your chiropractic certification of attendance from your CCEDseminars account after course and test completion.
Sports Injuries 202: Lower Leg Conditions; Diagnosis & Treatment is an online chiropractic CE course focusing on the anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics of the lower leg. Starting with foundational knowledge, this course guides you through overuse and traumatic injuries, followed by the clinical evaluation process. Thereafter, you'll delve into evidence-based, office-based treatment options, ultimately preparing you for real-world applications in lower leg conditions, including shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, ankle sprains, and more.
Before starting the course, ensure you are using a computer with working speakers. Presentation controls are at the bottom of the window and may require the side scrollbar, depending on your screen resolution. PDF notes, handouts, and additional resources can be accessed via links in the course description.