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. 

Tuition Discount

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. Please be sure to check your email for the discount code, which is included for all NYSCA members. Please note, once you register, the discount code cannot be applied retroactively.  Contact the NYSCA Administrative Office at 518-785-6346 for more information. 


NYSCA Spring Webinar

Presented by: Thomas Ventimiglia DC; Robert Martin DC; Robert Block DC and Douglas VanVorst, DC; Lev Lewin Esq and Michael Baglio Esq.
Saturday, April 4, 2020 | 10am-6pm (8CE; 7 Category 1)

Topics include: Patient Communication: Doctor, Your Words Are Powerful!; Navigating the NYS Workers’ Compensation System; Active Care for the Injured Worker: Chiropractic care for early and effective return to work; Navigating No-Fault Documentation: Accurate Assessments and Rewarding Reports

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Ethical Practice Concepts and Procedures: Chiropractic Practice and Covid-19 

Presented by: Jason Brown, DC, DACRB, FICC 
Wednesday, April 8, 2020 | 12:30pm-1:30pm (1CE - Cat1)

New York's chiropractic patients and practices are facing unprecedented times. An update of COVID-19 resources, discussion of ethical concerns and public health matters, and an overview of available resources is needed. This course will provide chiropractors with key resources and concepts to let them serve their patients and the public health needs of their communities during this crisis..

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Modernization and Your Practice: Proposed Updates to the NYS Chiropractic Scope

Mariangela Penna, DC
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

Review of current Scope of practice. Discussion of interpretations from the State Board. Limitations of current scope and their impact on chiropractic practice. Potential Pitfalls if scope is challenged. Introduction to jointly introduced draft bill language, and review of specif aspects of draft language.

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Utilizing Laboratory Tests when Managing Musculoskeletal Pain and Inflammation

Angelo Ippolito DC
Wednesday, May 27, 2020 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

This course will provide a review of the role laboratory testing plays in the evaluation and management of patients presenting with musculoskeletal pain in general, and back pain specifically. Appropriate lab tests for musculoskeletal pain including back pain: a) Vitamin D testing and how Vitamin D deficiency correlates to both back pain and inflammation; b) C-Reactive Protein as a biomarker for chronic systemic low-grade inflammation; c) Fasting Glucose, Fasting Triglycerides, and HDL as biomarkers for Metabolic Syndrome and the correlation between Metabolic Syndrome and musculoskeletal pain; d) Appropriate lab testing to rule out spondyloarthropathies: RA Factor, ANA, ASO, HLA-B27, and Uric Acid.  

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Documenting Active Care for the Injured Worker

Jason Brown, DC, DACRB, FICC
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

Exploration and Application of New York’s Medical Treatment Guidelines for Neck and Back Conditions. The new fee schedule and RVU ground rules require understanding of how to document and code active care effectively. This course will focus on the injured workers by covering best practices for assessment and selection of active care approaches, documenting and recording active care parameters, ethics and coding procedures of active care, documentation of objective functional measures, documenting disability status, and recording return to work parameters. This course will follow the intent of the NYS WC Medical Treatment Guidelines which is to achieve improvement in the patients’ condition with early intervention including conservative care strategies combining manipulative therapy, modalities, and active care.

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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.