Arizona State Approved Chiropractic Online CE Courses

Arizona Online Chiropractic Continuing Education

Join chiropractors worldwide who complete their chiropractic CE requirements with CCEDSeminars.

Excellent news! Arizona allows you to complete all 12 hours of your chiropractic CE online.

Arizona Chiropractic Online CE coursesCCEDSeminars Provides The Finest Chiropractic CE On The Web!


The More Courses You Take, The More You Save! Now You Can Bundle Webinars & Recorded Classes!

If You Purchase 6-9 Hours Use Promo Code “6hbc” During Check Out & Save 10%. This Offer Applies To Live Webinars & Recorded Online Classes.

If You Purchase 10 Hours or More Use Promo Code “10hbc” During Check Out & Save 20%. This Offer Applies To Live Webinars & Recorded Online Classes.


Arizona CE requirements

  • Arizona requires 12 hours of CE per year. Beginning in calendar year 2014, all actively licensed chiropractic physicians will be required to complete two hours of record keeping in every even numbered year in order to renew their licenses. This two hour requirement is not in addition to the twelve hours of continuing education required for renewal.*
  • Arizona allows all 12 hours to be completed online.
  • Our courses are approved by the State of Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
  • CCEDSeminars is sponsored by Texas Chiropractic College. Chiropractic Continuing Education (CE) is administered by Texas Chiropractic College.

Arizona online chiropractic continuing education courses


*Registration Board’s online chiropractic CE requirements are subject to change from time to time. Please visit the Arizona Board’s website for the most up-to-date information.

CCEDSeminars has over 700 hours of recorded on demand chiropractic continuing education classes. We, also, offer 8 – 10 hours of live and interactive chiropractic webinar / teleseminar classes per month. 

Our chiropractic course catalog includes chiropractic courses from acupuncture to x-ray. 

Our instructors are some of the finest from the chiropractic profession. They have a passion for the chiropractic profession, love for chiropractors, and are excellent presenters.  

2022  CE Courses Now Available Below

 

CLICK HERE to view the online chiropractic requirements & guidelines for Arizona

Arizona Chiropractic Online Continuing Education Courses

Live Webinars
There are no live webinars accredited for this state.

Online Courses
Bullet Proof Documentation 201: Intake & History (Steve Yeomans, DC FACO)
Bullet Proof Documentation 202: Pain Diagrams & Outcome Assessment Tools (Steve Yeomans, DC FACO)
Bullet Proof Documentation 203: Outcome Assessment Applications (Steve Yeomans, DC FACO)
Bullet Proof Documentation 204: Quantification of Examination Data (Steve Yeomans, DC FACO)
Bullet Proof Documentation 205: Documenting Treatment (Steve Yeomans, DC FACO)
Bullet Proof Documentation 206: Documenting The Treatment Plan (Steve Yeomans, DC FACO)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 201: The Head I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 202 & 205 (Cervical & Lumbar Spine) (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 202: The Cervical Spine I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 203: The Upper Extremities I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 204: Thorax Conditions I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 205: The Lumbar Spine I (Monte Horne, DC)
Case Studies & Clinical Pearls 206: The Lower Extremities I (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 201: The Patient Evaluation (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 202: Documenting Clinical Outcomes (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 203: Imaging in Clinical Practice I (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 204: Imaging in Clinical Practice II (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 205: Modes of Care (Monte Horne, DC)
Evidence Based Practice 206: Collaborative Care for the Upper Extremities (Monte Horne, DC)
Neurology 201: Chiropractic Clinical Considerations of the Myelopathic Patient (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
Neurology 202: Chiropractic Considerations of Pain on the Central Nervous System (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
Neurology 203: Pulse Oximetry (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
Neurology 204: Functional Neurology – Clinical Aspects of the Pyramidal Man (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
Neurology 205: Functional Neurology and the Frontal Lobes (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
Neurology 206: Functional Neurology – Clinical Aspects of the Cerebellum (Michael Hall, DC, FIACN )
Nutrition 201: The Effects of Diet and Nutritional Supplements on Inflammation and Repair (Howard Benedikt, DC, DCBCN)
Nutrition 202: Nutritional Management of Arthritic Disease (Howard Benedikt, DC, DCBCN)
Nutrition 203: Nutritional Management of Headaches (Howard Benedikt, DC, DCBCN)
Nutrition 204: Introduction to Stress (Howard Benedikt, DC, DCBCN)
Nutrition 205: Detoxification (Howard Benedikt, DC, DCBCN)
Nutrition 206: Management of Neuropathy (Howard Benedikt, DC, DCBCN)
Pediatrics 201: Introduction to Chiropractic Pediatrics (T.D. Wilson, DC)
Pediatrics 202: 3 Key Neurological Pearls for Family Practice (T.D. Wilson, DC)
Pediatrics 204: Adjusting & Office Procedures II (T.D. Wilson, DC)
Pediatrics 205: Chiropractic & The Young Athlete (T.D. Wilson, DC)
Pediatrics 206: Pediatric Infant Palpation (Heather Bryce, BSEE, MSEE, DC, BS, MBA)
Sports Injuries 201: Foot Conditions; Diagnosis & Treatment (Donald Ozello, DC, CCN, CCSM)
Sports Injuries 202: Lower leg conditions; Shin Splints, Achilles Tendonitis & Ankle (Donald Ozello, DC, CCN, CCSM)
Sports Injuries 203: Knee Conditions (Donald Ozello, DC, CCN, CCSM)
Sports Injuries 204: Traumatic Knee Conditions (Donald Ozello, DC, CCN, CCSM)
Sports Injuries 205: Hamstring Injuries (Donald Ozello, DC, CCN, CCSM)
Sports Injuries 206: Common Sports Injuries; The Shoulder (Dennis O'Hara, DC, DACBSP)