The Postgrad Department offers a wide variety of seminars designed to enable healthcare professionals to keep abreast of current clinical concepts, new techniques, and other advances relevant to their profession.
Classroom courses offer interaction with an instructor, and are categorized as a "live" presentation. Some of our classroom courses utilize our Interactive Video Tele-Conference (I.V.T.C.) system, allowing multiple NYCC campus sites to connect and interact live with the instructor, and therefore are not restricted under distance learning regulations in most states.
Distance learning courses are either recorded webinars or text-based. All online courses are accessible 24 hours per day-seven days per week. Continuing education credits for these online courses are offered in selected states.
A webinar is a real-time, interactive, internet based program. It is recognized by NY and other selected states as a "live" presentation, and therefore not restricted under distance learning regulations.
This is a Federal National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners Training Program designed to prepare the Doctor of Chiropractic, Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Osteopathy, Nurse Practitioner, and Physicians Assistants to qualify for the Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration's National Registry of Certified Medical Examiner's (NRCME) examination.
Annual account payment portal to gain C.E. credit for select webinar/ seminar programs including: Foot Levelers (No F.L. Membership required); NJCCSIR - New Jersey Chiropractic Council on Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation (Membership in NJCCSIR required).
New Priorities for Nonpharmacologic Management of Pain
June 7, 2016
Chronic pain is a common and difficult problem. The 2012 National Health Interview Survey showed that nearly 40 million U.S. adults (17.6 percent) have severe pain and about 25.3 million (11.2 percent) have pain every day.
Chiropractic Associated With Protective Effect in Spinal Health of Medicare Beneficiaries
April 19, 2016
Chiropractic services for Medicare beneficiaries (those older than 65 years) with spine conditions may protect against 1-year declines in functional and self-rated health, suggest findings from a recent study funded by NCCIH (formerly NCCAM).