For more information please call Dr. Donald Dishman at (386) 212-6014
Instructor: J. Donald Dishman, D.C., M.Sc., D.I.B.C.N., D.I.B.E.
|Feb. 23-24 ||Introduction to Principles and Practices of Electrodiagnosis|
|Apr. 6-7||Neuropathy and Radiculotherapy of the Upper Extremity|
|Apr, 27-28||Motor and Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies of the Upper Extremity - Practicum Laboratory |
|June 1-2||Neuropathy and Radiculotherapy of the Lower Extremity|
|July 13-14||Motor and Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies of the Lower Extremity - Practicum Laboratory|
|Aug. 3-4||Introduction to Needle Electromyography (EMG)|
|Sept. 14-15||Needle EMG of the Upper and Lower Extremity and Practicum Laboratory |
|Oct. 12-13||Evoked Potentials |
|Nov. 16-17||Case Reviews, Interpretive Reporting, and Coding/Reimbursement |
|Dec. 7-8||Review and Certification Examination |
Palmer College of Chiropractic, Florida Campus - Port Orange, Fla. | Maps
Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Single Session Pricing:
Continuing education credits have been applied for in select states. Please check with the Continuing Education and Events Department or your state board for more information.
Is there a time limit for completing all 10 sessions?
No, and all modules can be completed separately and at anytime however, it is recommended they be completed in order.
Is there a certification involved? Can they use initials after their name in some states?
No, there is not a “certification," but the 150-hour transcript and a certificate of course completion may be used for proof of training when billing insurance companies. Currently no state requires D.C.s to be "certified" but rather many have educational hour requirements not exceeding 150 hours.
Are there exams involved?
There is a final written and practical exam in module 10. It is included in the module tuition.
Do all courses have to be taken in sequence?
No, but it is preferred.
Visit the seminar registration page to sign up for a course. Be sure to read the policies and procedures prior to registering. Persons with outstanding tuition due from a prior module are not allowed to register for another until account is brought current.
Requests for reasonable accommodations for individuals with documented disabilities must be submitted to the Continuing Education and Events office at least 10 working days prior to the seminar.
Single Seminar Registration: Refunds, less a 25% administrative fee, will be issued upon request if received more than seven calendar days prior to the event. There are no refunds permitted after that time. Registrations may be transferable to another scheduled seminar within the same fiscal year (July-June).
Multiple Session Program Registration: After prepaying multiple sessions to receive the discounted pricing, Palmer College will calculate the refund, less a 25% administrative fee, for the remaining unattended sessions. The refund request must be received at least seven calendar days prior to the next session. Program registrations may be transferable to another course within the same fiscal year (July-June). No refunds are issued for the online session portion of multiple session programs.
No refunds for missed sessions.
A minimum number of registrants are required for program presentation. Program pricing applies to Palmer College programs only. Program must be completed during scheduled dates.
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