Earn continuing education credits from the comfort or your office

In addition to CE available at our statewide conventions, the NYSCA now offers continuing education credit via webinar through Northeast College of Health Sciences Post-Grad. NYSCA Webinars are held monthly, usually on a Wednesday at 1pm EST. 

Tuition Discount

Association Members 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. You must have your discount code BEFORE registering. Please note, once you register, the discount code cannot be applied retroactively. Contact the NYSCA Administrative Office at 518-785-6346 for more information.

Women in Weightlifting

Presented by: Sarah Tirimacco DC
June 12, 2024 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

Assessing and diagnosing women’s health complaints in a chiropractic setting can often be challenging, especially when the pelvic floor is involved. Many female strength athletes experience pelvic floor complaints in addition to MSK complaints. These pelvic floor conditions are often the missing link associated with stubborn low back, pelvic or hip pain in a chiropractic setting. Learn the basics of pelvic floor dysfunction and urinary incontinence, in addition to discussing breathwork, bracing and RED-S. Management in a chiropractic office will also be reviewed.

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Maximizing No-fault Bill Recoveries

Presented by: Joseph Sparacio, Attorney at Law
Sept 4, 2024 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

The presenter will walk participants through the no-fault process from the initial patient visit, and how to successfully defeat denials, including IME cut-offs etc. We will also discuss issues such as requests for additional verification, IME no-shows, EUO requests, easy proof of bill submission to prove timeliness.

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Treatment Strategies for Patients Suffering with the Neurological Responses to Chronic Stress

Presented by: Brian Jensen DC
November 6, 2024 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

With a greater understanding of how the nervous system works and responds to our environment, we can improve patient outcomes by making intentional, predictable changes to pain, inflammation, postural integrity, balance and functional movement. This session will cover:

  • Neuroplasticity Applied to Chiropractic.
  • The Adaptive Nervous System.
  • Chronic Inflammation.
  • Neuro Biomechanical Efficiency.
  • Creating Lasting Changes — Measurable Outcomes.
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Integrating A Wellness Consultation into Practice:
Successful Patient Outcomes with Healthy Lifestyle Choices

Presented by: Thomas R. Ventimiglia, DC, FACC
December 4, 2024 | 1pm-2pm (1CE)

It is now well established that the leading causes of preventable death in the United States are modifiable health behaviors. Despite the evidence that individuals make healthy choices daily, the incidence of lifestyle diseases indicates they are not successful. It is imperative that all health care providers actively support and encourage patients to make behavior changes.

Although the doctor is trained to counsel and promote wellness during the traditional consultation by offering preventive and supportive services such as spinal assessment, scoliosis examination, tobacco/alcohol-drug cessation, and dietary considerations it is up to the individual to make lifestyle changes and personal behavior choices that lead to health and wellbeing.

That said, the question remains, do doctors have the clinical tools necessary to facilitate the patients journey toward health, wellness, and well-being, and how can they be integrated into the doctor-patient encounter?

The purpose of this lecture is to provide the doctor with an evidence-informed communication technique that can integrate with and expand the traditional consultation to include a patient discussion and plan of action that promotes health, wellness, and well-being.

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Diet and Lifestyle Support to Reduce Fatigue

Presented by: Mary Balliett, DC, MSACN, Professor Emeritus Northeast College of Health Sciences
January 2025 | 1pm-3pm (2CE)

More than 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition during their lifetime. An estimated 20 million Americans have some form of thyroid disease.  Up to 60 percent of those with thyroid disease are unaware of their condition.

In this course, we will discuss:

  1. The possible causes of fatigue
  2. The role of the thyroid in energy production
  3. Dietary changes needed to support each type of thyroid disease
  4. The importance of eating fat for active thyroid hormone production
  5. The importance of burning fat rather than sugar
  6. The importance of sleep and exercise to burn fat
  7. Macronutrients (protein, carbohydrate, and fat) for optimum function
  8. Vitamins and minerals needed for optimum function


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Registration Deadline

Attendees MUST be registered and paid via credit card or check by 3:00 pm, one week before the course is to take place, to avoid additional fees. All unpaid/ late registrations and at door registrations are subject to the following non-refundable fees: add $5 (1 hr webinars), $10 (2hr webinars). Learn more: Northeast College Continuing Education Policy 

Policy Statement

The NYSCA makes every attempt to offer programs as publicized. We nevertheless reserve the right to alter and/or adjust program details, including but not limited to dates, locations, times, instructors, and presentation sources and sequences.

License Renewal

Continuing education credit (CE) is provided by Northeast College of Health Sciences.

These seminars are valid for CE credits in "pre-approved" states, so long as they 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. Neither a speaker's or exhibitor's presence at said event, nor product mention or display, shall in any way constitute Northeast College endorsement. Northeast College's role is strictly limited to processing, submitting, and archiving program documents on behalf of course sponsors.