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 a Wednesday 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.

Workers Comp: Documentation Requirements for the Exacerbation

Presented by Robert Martin DC, NYSCA NYSCA Director and Workers' Compensation Committee Co-Chair
Wednesday, Sept 4, 2019 | 1pm-2pm (1 CE)

This course will cover: Documentation and management of exacerbations of work related spine injuries. Applying the Medical Treatment Guidelines. Understanding the patient’s functional limitations as it relates to their daily work requirements. Communication minimum information necessary such as: i. mechanism and date of injury; ii. disability (total and partial) and functional status; iii. treatment plan elements; iv. functional improvement – positive patient progress. Medical Director’s Office Bulletin MDO-2012 #1. NYSCA created tools to assist. Review of common oversights and missteps in documenting care for an injured worker. Exacerbation examples

Register online

Navigating the Arbitration Process

Benjamin Carpenter, Assistant Vice President, American Arbitration Association
Wednesday, Oct 30, 2019 | 1pm-2pm (1 CE)

Members of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) will provide a detailed roadmap of the no-fault arbitration process that will highlight the different reasons that applicants file no-fault arbitration to resolve disputes with insurance carriers. The webinar will break down the various aspects of the arbitration process, including how the AAA and parties leverage technology to manage the caseload and settle cases through our highly utilized online
settlement tool. The AAA will also provide key statistical data on the no-fault arbitration program. There will be an opportunity at the end of the presentation for a Q&A session.

Register online

Billing and Coding Medicare, Medicare Supplemental and Medicare Advantage / Commercial Plans

Robin Stein, BS, DC, NYSCA Director
Wednesday, Nov 6, 2019 | 1pm-2pm (NON-CEU COURSE)

This course will cover How to properly bill Medicare and Medicare Commercial Plans using usual and customary fees not the Medicare fee schedule as well as how to properly bill Modalities and examinations with the proper modifiers. The registrant will learn when and if the patient needs to sign the ABN for non-covered services, when you can bill the patient for non-covered services, examples of insurances which do and do not allow you to, and understand the explanation of benefits to determine what services are non-covered and what you can charge the patient. You will leave with an understanding of the difference between coinsurance and non-covered services, and how to ensure the patient understands the difference too. We will also cover how to bill when Medicare is a secondary insurance.

Register online

Clinical Cases of the Head and Neck

Gerald Stevens BS MS DC MPH, NYSCA Recording Secretary
Wednesday, Jan 8, 2020 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)


The purpose of this talk is to provide a review and enhance the audience’s knowledge on a variety of cases involving the head and neck. The learning objectives are as follows:

  1. Define types of head and neck cases.
  2. Educate doctors of chiropractic on a variety of head and neck case symptoms.
  3. Educate doctors of chiropractic on a variety of head and neck case diagnoses.
  4. Educate doctors of chiropractic on a variety of head and neck case treatment.


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.