Continuing Education 
 
Terminology and Why It Matters

This one-hour class reviews clinical definitions of commonly used diagnostic terms that are routinely, though often errantly, used by both practitioners and researchers. Reasons for why using clear and accurate diagn...

Stroke and Chiropractic Care

In this one-hour class, Dr. Robert Vining outlines the physiological basis of cervical artery dissection and discusses peer-reviewed literature on the topic of chiropractic care and stroke. The course takes learners ...

Pain, Sensitization, and Pain Education

This one-hour class outlines standardized terminology and the physiological basis of nociception, pain perception, and sensitization. The course takes learners through the process of identifying patients with sensiti...

Neurogenic Claudication

Dr. Robert Vining outlines the literature reporting on the prevalence, risk, and terminology problems related to spinal stenosis and neurogenic claudication. He presents literature and diagnostic imaging evidence des...

Chiropractic, Public Health, and Community

This one-hour class reviews different characteristics of health systems in the United States, describes commonly used theories of behavior change, provides an overview of county local public health infrastructure, sh...