Hours Required: 48 hours (per 2 year renewal cycle)
Online Hours Accepted: ALL 48 HOURS CAN BE ONLINE – per renewal cycle – must be board approved for formal continuing education
Renewal Period: License expires February of odd-numbered years

24 hours of formal, board-approved CE in at least 3 of the 16 recognized categories (see MO website); self-study, meetings, publishing, presentations, etc. allowed for up to 24 hours of credit — From FCLB (board website isnt loading) At least 24 hours of the required 48 hours of continuing education shall be earned by attending formal continuing education programs, seminars and/or workshops that have been approved by the board. (A) A licensee shall obtain the required formal continuing education hours from no less than three of the following categories: (1) diagnostic imaging (x-rays); (2) differential or physical diagnosis or both; (3) ethical practices — acceptable courses include topics such as professionalism, doctor-patient relationship, legal issues and responsibilities, confidentiality, and advertising; (4) emergency procedures — CPR and/or first aid offered by the American Red Cross or other board-approved sponsoring organization shall be acceptable; (5) Human Immunodeficiency (HIV), infectious diseases and/or universal precautions; (6) cerebrovascular accident (CVA) and/or transient ischemtic attack (TIA); (7) disk injury; (8) aggravated spinal conditions and/or injury; (9) record-keeping and/or Subjective Objective Assessment Plan (SOAP) notes; (10) soft tissue injury; (11) nutrition; (12) chiropractic principles and/or technique(s); (13) health promotion and wellness; (14) case studies in chiropractic that consist of presentations relating to articles published in scholarly journals, treatises, or textbooks used by board-approved Council of Chiropractic Education (CCE) colleges and/or universities and evidence-based and/or value-based studies; (15) insurance consulting; or (16) Meridian therapy/acupressure/acupuncture. Licensees who hold specialty certifications must have 12 hours in their specialty field. MTAA certified chiropractors must have 12 hours in acupuncture; Insurance consultants must have 12 hours in Insurance claims review.

Bundles (DC's)

First Time Renewal Bundle

6 hours – Record Keeping/Documentation and Coding 2 hours – Ethics and Boundaries 2 hours – Medical Errors 3 hours – Understanding HIV/AIDS

40 Hour Bundle

8 hours – Whiplash and Advanced Personal Injury 8 hours – Medicare in Chiropractic 8 hours – Performing Impairment Ratings in Personal Injury 6 Hours – Recordkeeping, Documentation and Coding

40 Hour Bundle (Including Acupuncture)

8 hours – Whiplash and Advanced Personal Injury 8 hours – Medicare in Chiropractic 8 hours – Performing Impairment Ratings in Personal Injury 6 Hours – Recordkeeping, Documentation and Coding

Bundles (CCPA's)

First Time Renewal Bundle

Chiropractic Physician Assistants licensed within the biennium and renewing a license for the first time are required to complete two (2) hours of medical errors and three (3) hours of HIV/AIDS

Individual Courses

Medicare in Chiropractic (8 CE)

The Medicare in Chiropractic online course is designed to educate chiropractors as to the various aspects of Medicare. According to Medicare, chiropractors have the highest documentation error of all medical

Acupuncture in Chiropractic (4 CE)

In Lesson 1 and 2, I discuss important safety measures and regulations that every acupuncture practitioner should be aware of as well as insights into needle sterilization, proper needle removal,

Understanding HIV/AIDS (3 CE)

HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a viral infection that attacks the immune system, specifically targeting CD4 cells, which are crucial for the body’s ability to fight off infections and diseases.

Ethics and Boundaries (2 CE)

This course explores the relationship between ethics and boundaries, examining their significance in various healthcare scenarios. From patient-provider interactions to inter-professional collaborations, you will gain insights into how ethical decision-making

Medical Errors (2 CE)

Medical errors are a pressing concern in healthcare today which requires the need for constant learning and improvement. In this course, we will examining the causes, consequences, and most importantly,