Michigan Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements

Michigan Chiropractic Online Education Guidelines

Michigan Chiropractic CEU Online Education Requirements

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Introduction:

Welcome to CCEDseminars, the #1 source for Chiropractic CEU Online Credits! If you are a licensed chiropractor in Michigan, it's essential to stay updated with the state's continuing education requirements. We offer a wide range of chiropractic ce courses that are automatically accepted by the Michigan Board of Chiropractic, ensuring you meet your CE obligations conveniently from the comfort of your home or office.

Michigan Continuing Chiropractic Education Requirements:

In Michigan, chiropractors are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education every 2 years. The state accepts 15 hours of Chiropractic CEU online and/or chiropractic webinars, allowing you the flexibility to fit your educational needs into your busy schedule.

Please note that the Michigan Board of Chiropractic limits the maximum number of chiropractic continuing education hours to 12 within a 24-hour period. Your continuing education requirements are due by 11/30 every other year, which must be completed within the two-year licensure period, immediately preceding the renewal of your DC's license. For instance, if you were initially licensed on or before November 30, your Chiropractic CE is due by the second November 30 after your initial licensing date and every two years thereafter.

Special Requirements:

As part of the continuing education requirements, there are some special requirements you need to fulfill. These include:

  • One hour of pain and symptom management (Click HERE)
  • One hour of sexual boundaries (Click HERE)
  • One hour of ethics (Click HERE)
  • Two hours of physical measures and two hours on the performance and ordering of tests (must be done at a live, in-person program)

Additionally, the State of Michigan requires a one-time course in Human Trafficking, which is in addition to your continuing education hours (not to be included in the 30-hour requirement. 

New Licensee Information:

If you are a new licensee, please note that continuing chiropractic education is not required during your first licensure cycle, which is less than a full cycle. However, it is crucial to be aware of the upcoming chiropractic CE requirements for future renewal cycles.

Reporting Requirements:

When completing your chiropractic continuing education, you will need to affirm your chiropractic CEU online completion. Be aware that additional documentation may be required if you undergo an audit.

CCEDseminars: 

Your Premier Choice for Chiropractic CEU Online Credits! At CCEDseminars, we take pride in offering high-quality chiropractic CE courses that meet Michigan's requirements. The vast majority of our chiropractic courses are facilitated by Texas Chiropractic College Postgraduate Education Department, an accredited college approved by the Council on Chiropractic Education (CCE).

We have a comprehensive selection of courses that cover various chiropractic specialties, from acupuncture to x-ray. If you wish to pursue advanced training and credentials, please explore our Certification Programs page. As an added bonus, you can try our FREE credit course, Coding and Documentation 201.

Stay Informed:

It is crucial to stay informed about any updates or changes in Michigan's continuing education requirements. Michigan chiropractic licensees are ultimately responsible for being up-to-date with the latest chiropractic CEU online requirements.

Conclusion:

CCEDSeminars is your one-stop solution for fulfilling your Michigan Chiropractic Continuing Education requirements. Our online courses offer flexibility and convenience, allowing you to enhance your knowledge and skills while maintaining a busy practice. Get started today and take a step towards advancing your chiropractic career with chiropractic CEU online classes.

Revised: 11/16/2023

Michigan Chiropractic Online Continuing Education Courses

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

Online Courses
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