CCEDseminars offers online chiropractic continuing education courses approved by the District of Columbia Board of Chiropractic. Get 30 hours per 2-year of active license on even years. Check out our diverse courses!
Welcome to CCEDseminars, the #1 Source Worldwide for Online Chiropractic Continuing Education Courses! We are an FCLB Approved PACE Chiropractic Continuing Education Provider, offering a wide range of approved courses for District of Columbia chiropractors. Scroll down to view our comprehensive selection of courses that meet the District of Columbia Chiropractic CE requirements.
District of Columbia chiropractors are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education every 2 years during their active license period on even years. Our online chiropractic continuing education courses are accepted by the District of Columbia Board of Chiropractic.
In addition to the general CE requirements, District of Columbia chiropractors have special requirements that include:
If you are applying for license renewal for the first time, you are exempt from the continuing education requirements until your next registration period.
Licensees must submit Chiropractic Certifications of Completion to meet the District of Columbia CE requirements.
CCEDseminars offers a wide range of online chiropractic continuing education courses that cater to your convenience. When logged in, you can easily identify which courses are approved for CE credits based on your chiropractic licenses entered on your account.
Please note that District of Columbia chiropractic continuing education requirements are subject to change. As a licensed chiropractor, it is your responsibility to stay informed and up-to-date with the latest requirements set forth by the District of Columbia Board of Chiropractic.
At CCEDseminars, we take pride in being YOUR online chiropractic school, offering top-notch chiropractic training from acupuncture to x-ray courses. Start enhancing your skills and knowledge today with our FREE course, "Coding and Documentation 201." For more information, visit the official website of the District of Columbia Board of Chiropractic.