Program Criteria: Sponsored by US Dept of Education accredited college, university, agency, or a recognized national or state chiropractic society, dealing with clinical proficiency, chiropractic philosophy and ethics, jurisprudence, or courses dealing with the human biological sciences as transferable to the University of Massachusetts. Excludes administrative or economic aspects of practice. See board regulations, 233 CMR 3.00 for details.
Requirements: 12 hours per term
Distance Credits Allowed: 12 hours
Accepts uniform continuing education form: Yes, also accepts PACE
Requires sexual boundaries training: No
Requires AIDS awareness/risk prevention training: No
Other specific CE training required: Advanced diagnostic testing, MUA (if used)

Please check directly with state for more details.

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