Online CE Classes

We’ve done it! We’ve found a way to bring you quality Sherman College continuing education programming, that you’ve come to know and love, to a computer or mobile device near YOU. With more states allowing online continuing education credit, we’ve jumped aboard the information superhighway to make obtaining your continuing education credits for licensure easier and more cost effective. 

It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure the program is approved in the state to which they would like to receive credit. If your state of licensure is not listed, please contact Amy Brademann abrademann@sherman.edu, to see if your state has been applied to and/or approved. You may also check with your state licensing agency to verify your state’s approval. Please note, not all states allow online CE credits at this time. Please check with your state licensing agency to see if it is permissible in your state of licensure.

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3
Credit

Autism, Children & Chiropractic: Literature, Theories & Risk Management

Matthew McCoy, DC, MPH

4
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 124-127

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

4
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 124-127

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

12
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 124-127 & 201-208

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

12
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 124-127 & 201-208

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

8
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 201-208

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

1
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Chiropractic Principles: 299

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

8
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 300-307

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

1
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 320

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

2
Credit

Chiropractic Principles: 324-325

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

2
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Chiropractic Principles: 424-425

Simon Senzon, MA, DC

3
Credit

Clinical Analysis and Cervical Chair Setups*

Rick Brescia, DC, DPhCS, DGCSS

2
Credit

Documentation & Coding for 2020 and Beyond

David Smith, DC

1
Credit

Dysafferentation as a Subluxation Theory

Daniel Becker, DC, MEd, DACRB, CCSP

1
Credit

Evidence Informed Practice & the Management of Vertebral Subluxation in a Vitalistic, Salutogenic Model

Matthew McCoy, DC, MPH

2
Credit

Informed Consent & Risk Management in Chiropractic

Matthew McCoy, DC, MPH

2
Credit

Lyceum 2020 – Practical Adaptability: Next Level Certainty

Amy Haas, DC, PhD

2
Credit

Neurodevelopmental Disorders & Chiropractic

Amy Spoelstra, DC

5
Credit

NEW! Working with Special Needs Populations

Erin Jacobs Stagner, DC, MS, MSHAPI

0
Credit

Pure Gold: Dr. Irene Gold’s History in Chiropractic

Dr. Irene Gold, Randi Cohen, Dr. Jillian Farrell

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Sherman CE Summit

Simon Senzon, MA - DC

1
Credit

Spondylolisthesis in the Chiropractic Practice

Daniel Becker, DC, MEd, DACRB, CCSP

3
Credit

Technique Fundamentals: T.I.C. Tonal Integrative Correction*

Jason Sabo, DC

4
Credit

The Art of the Specific

Grant Dennis, DC

2
Credit

The Sherman System of X-Ray Positioning – Cervical Spine

Patricia Kuhta, D.C.

2
Credit

Vertebral Body Compression Lesions

Daniel Becker, DC, MEd, DACRB, CCSP

1
Credit

Why Test the Cranial Nerves

Cynthia Gibbon, D.C.