Credentialing Chiropractic Specialists

IBCS Approved Chiropractic specialty boards require those who are board certified to remain current and up to date on their education by following guidelines for continuing their professional development.  Part of this process includes required specialty-specific continuing education (CE).  The IBCS breaks down the Educational Content of programs as noted in the listing below.  Current, Board Certified Chiropractic Specialists must also be re-tested periodically.

IBCS Credentialed Chiropractic Physicians who go above and beyond their continuing education requirements are eligible to receive the Chiropractic Physician Excellence Award (CPEA).

Educational Content of IBCS Approved Continuing Education

Type I. 

Live or virtual (synchronous) non-promotional educational CE programs certified for credit by the IBCS or IBCS Approved Education Provider. 

Type II.   

Live or virtual (synchronous) non-promotional educational CE programs applied for by the individual practitioner. 

Type III. 

Distance Education (asynchronous) non-promotional educational CE programs certified for credit by the IBCS or IBCS Approved Education Provider. 

Type IV.  

Live, virtual (synchronous), or Distance Education (asynchronous) promotional educational CE programs certified for credit by the IBCS or IBCS Approved Education Provider. 

Type V. 

Live, virtual (synchronous), or Distance Education (asynchronous) promotional educational CE programs applied for by the individual practitioner.

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