This highly acclaimed ten-module program is designed to increase expertise and improve clinical outcomes in spinal trauma cases through more thorough, confident case management and enhanced communication with patients and other professionals. Successful completion of the seminar modules and final examination leads to completion of the Chiropractic Certification in Spinal Trauma (C.C.S.T.) credential for through the ICA Council on Applied Chiropractic Sciences. Doctors not interested in certification may also take individual seminar sessions for continuing education credit and enhanced expertise in areas of special concern and interest.

Internationally recognized chiropractic spinal trauma authority Dr. Dan Murphy is the creator and primary lecturer of this comprehensive post-graduate curriculum that includes state-of-the-art information regarding trauma physiology and neurology, mechanisms of vehicular accident injury, clinical case management concerns, and documentation and reporting issues and protocols.

Can I Take Individual Modules?

Yes! Each of the seminar modules provides state-of-the-art scientific information regarding the best possible care in the chiropractic management of spinal trauma and soft tissue injury. Each seminar module is dedicated to provide valuable tools which doctors can implement immediately following the seminar to improve the quality of care for each patient in their practice.

How Does The Certification Work?

C.C.S.T. certification is processed through the ICA Council on Applied Chiropractic Sciences as the credentialing organization. Your participation in the Council provides you with maintenance of your credentials and records management for third-party inquiries, and you also gain special recognition as a C.C.S.T. on the Worldwide Science Councils Referral Directory and other Council membership benefits including discounts on select ICA products, publications and programs - plus support from a growing network of like-minded practitioners dedicated to research and clinically relevant developments in the chiropractic sciences.

Co-sponsored through CCE-Accredited schools each year the program is presented, the continuing education credit is applied for in multiple states and approval information for individual modules in that program year will be posted as notification is received. It is the individual responsibility of the registering doctor to confirm CE approval from state boards and for specific modules they are interested in attending for applying their hours to state relicensure credit.

 

 

 


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