LOCATION
Webinar
COURSE DATES
01/30/2019
TIME (ET)
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
DESCRIPTION
Tuition discount available for NYSCA members via coupon code at check-out.
Contact NYSCA HQ for more information at 518-785-6346.

For many years chiropractic spinal manipulation to the cervical spine has been associated as a possible risk factor for cervical artery injury and neurological sequelae. Its use is also severely restricted for those patients with myelopathy and who are post surgical fusion. The purpose of this class is to offer practitioners the ability to work with patients with neck problems by utilizing alternatives to HVLA spinal manipulation through a greater understanding of anatomy and function. Attendees will receive instruction in recognizing neck pain as a regional problem, using scapulo/thoracic motion as a method for reducing cervical spine stresses, and appropriate use of supports and braces.
License Approval
State/ Org. Type Approval Code Credits
BC DC † PreApproved 1
CO DC † PreApproved 1
CT DC † PreApproved 1
DC DC † PreApproved 1
DE DC † PreApproved 1
IA DC † PreApproved 1
ID DC † PreApproved 1
IL DC † PreApproved 1
IN DC Not Accepted 1
KY DC Not Accepted 1
LA DC Not Accepted 1
MA DC † PreApproved 1
MB DC † PreApproved 1
MD DC † PreApproved 1
MI DC † PreApproved 1
MS DC Not Accepted 1
MT DC † PreApproved 1
NB DC † PreApproved 1
ND DC † PreApproved 1
NE DC † PreApproved 1
NY DC Approved 1
OH DC † PreApproved 1
ON DC † PreApproved 1
OR DC † PreApproved 1
PR DC † PreApproved 1
QC DC † PreApproved 1
RI DC † PreApproved 1
SC DC † PreApproved 1
SK DC † PreApproved 1
UT DC † PreApproved 1
VA DC † PreApproved 1
VT DC † PreApproved 1
WA DC † PreApproved 1
WI DC Not Accepted 1
WY DC † PreApproved 1
† This seminar is valid for CE credits in "pre-approved" states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board. It remains attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.