In addition to CE available at our statewide conventions, the NYSCA now offers continuing education credit via webinar through NYCC Post-Grad. NYSCA Webinars are held monthly, usually on Wednesdays at 1pm EST.
Members of the New York State Chiropractic Association are eligible to receive a discount on tuition for NYSCA-sponsored webinars via coupon code at registration check-out. Contact the NYSCA Administrative Office at 518-785-6346 for more information.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 1:00pm-2:00pm (1CE) - Register online by 01/18/18
Lumbar Spinal Stability: Translating Scientific Understanding to Clinical Application
Course Instructor: Robert Block, DC, DACRB
This program is a primer which provides an overview of key concepts in the science, clinical understanding and application of spinal stability principals. We will explore the interplay of coordinated physiologic systems that contribute to the spines ability to control loads, and how this applies to our patient care on a daily basis. We will discuss practical spinal stability assessment, as well as therapeutic and corrective strategies and related exercises, that can help our patients treat instability related symptoms and manage injury/re-injury risk factors.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 1:00pm-2:00pm (1CE) - Register online by 02/08/18
Role of the IME in No Fault Insurance: Everything You Need to Know
Course Instructor: James Hildebrand, DC, DABCO
This webinar will introduce the doctor to the regulations/guidelines that govern the Independent Medical Examination (IME). In addition, the doctor will learn about the proper protocols for preparing the patient for the IME and the documentation the patient must bring with them. Finally, it will discuss the patient's options for appealing the IME findings.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 1:00pm-2:00pm (1CE) - Register online by 03/08/18
Documenting Spinal Impairment in NYS:
Establishing Permanency in the Injured Worker Using the C4.3 Form
Course Instructor: Joseph Merckling, Jr., DC
Since the implementation of the Maintenance Care Guidelines in NYS Workers' Comp, there has been a greater emphasis on completion of the C4.3 form. This is due to the requirements of qualification to begin maintenance care which include chronic pain, reaching Maximal Medical Improvement (MMI), continued functional deficits, and a declaration of permanency.
This webinar will enable the doctor of chiropractic to understand patient selection and proper documentation to adequately complete the C4.3 form and determine permanent impairment according to the NYS guidelines.
License Renewal: Continuing education credit (CE) is provided by New York Chiropractic College (NYCC). CE requested only in states listed. If CE is needed a state that is not listed, please contact the NYSCA administrative office.
While applications relating to credit hours for license renewal in selected states have been executed for these programs, it remains attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from whom they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approve both venue and content as they relate to any event. Neither a speaker's or exhibitor's presence at said event, nor product mention or display, shall in any way constitute NYCC endorsement. NYCC's role is strictly limited to processing, submitting, and archiving program documents on behalf of course sponsors. These courses are 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.
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