California Chiropractic Association (CalChiro) is here to help you with all your continuing education needs.
Just use the easy menu to the left to download seminar notes, obtain your CE certificates (non-district), request a copy of your district CE certificate, select a distance learning class, including Ethics, and learn about the California CE requirements.
Questions? Contact Mary Witcraft at the information to the right.
CalChiro offers a variety of educational webinars on current and relevant issues affecting the chiropractic profession with instructive materials to aid the doctor of chiropractic.
These webinars are informative and some are eligible for CE credit. A library of webinar recordings and applicable power point slides are being developed as a member benefit and purchase only for non-members.
Please check back as access to more webinars will be forthcoming.
CalChiro is an approved Continuing Education (CE) provider by the California Board of Chiropractic Examiners (BCE), and as such, are required to keep CE certificates for four years. If you have attended a CalChiro CE event at the district or state level, or attended a CalChiro co-sponsored CE event, CalChiro maintains a copy of your CE certificate.
Ethics and Law (Two Hours)
You you can earn two hours of mandated continuing education credit through distance learning.
Join CalChiro Past President Dr. David Benevento for this comprehensive class that covers California rules and regulations concerning chiropractic. The auto-recorded lecture will be informative and fun with the last hour consisting of a Jeopardy-style game show format.
Continuing Education in California: CE, QME, Radiology
CalChiro’s Continuing Education Department provides high quality continuing education programs to doctors of chiropractic through an annual convention, a variety of seminars offered throughout the state, webinars and distance learning. This means hundreds of hours of continuing education credit offered all year long.
What follows are answers to the most commonly asked questions about California license renewal, the Qualified Medical Evaluator (QME) designation and radiology.