January 2, 2014 — Advanced Management for Chiropractors (AMC) recently announced plans to offer a free CE course to chiropractors. AMC is committed to preserving the true philosophy of chiropractic and improving the image of the profession.
To do so, they decided to answer a need in the industry, designing and executing a continuing education course that would give doctors relevant content in an engaging presentation that could then immediately be applied to their practices.
Bill Kriva, DC, AMC’s Midwest director and one of the course designers and instructors said, “After years and years of attending CE courses so dry and boring that it felt like I was getting my teeth drilled with no Novocain, I knew there had to be another way. We all have to get the hours in but, after sitting through a weekend of courses, if there is nothing I can apply in the office on Monday morning what good was the time spent in class?”
The course, titled “Chiropractic Management of Visceral Conditions,” will help eliminate a general lack of understanding within the chiropractic profession regarding the scientific evidence, as well as the clinical protocols, that support chiropractic as an option for the management of visceral conditions.
This course is designed to increase both the competence and the confidence of the chiropractor with respect to managing the visceral conditions of their patients. The free course will be offered 11 times throughout 2014 in cities all across the country. You can see a complete listing of cities here.
The mission of this free CE course is to empower chiropractors through research, education, and unparalleled presentations to improve the lives of their patients and the health of their communities. All course credits are approved in host states and are accredited by Sherman College.