Developed by leaders in the chiropractic profession, Palmer College's online coursework delivers dynamic and contemporary approaches to meet the needs of the profession around the world. PalmerOnline coursework meets the same high standards as on-site offerings, but these educational programs are available right in your home or office, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you're online, you can have PalmerOnline.
Please contact the Continuing Education and Events department at (800) 452-5032 or email@example.com with questions or comments on current class offerings or suggestions for new courses.
CE has been applied for in select states. Please check with the Continuing Education and Events Department or your state board prior to registering.
ATTENTION OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2014 TERM STUDENTS!
All students who completed their work by Dec. 15 have been issued certificates for the term. If your coursework has not been completed please do so by Dec. 31 and it will be reviewed when we return from holiday break. Your certificate will be sent the week of Jan. 5. Thank you and have a happy holiday!
To ensure coursework is completed please double check the following:
Course(s) are paid in full
Logged at least the correct number of hours for your class(es)
Answered all discussion questions
Passed the exam with a 75% or greater
Registration, Technical Requirements and Course Access
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING Palmer Online courses. There is a five-business-day grace period to pay for your class once you have registered. If your course isn't paid for in full within five business days of registration you will be dropped from the course. Thank you.
Courses begin quarterly; however, you may begin a course at any time. If you begin a course at the start of a quarter, you will have the entire three months to complete the work. If you begin a course in the middle of a quarter, you will have only until the end of that quarter to complete the work. Students must complete the course work within the term for which they are registered. Extensions will be granted for extenuating circumstances only when the CEE office is notified within the first week of the following term. Such extensions will be for a period of 24 hours only, and a $15 extension fee will be assessed. Should more time be needed to complete the course work, doctors will need to re-register for that course.
Successful completion of a course includes logging the correct amount of hours assigned to the course, answering all threaded discussion questions and passing the exam with 75% or greater. It is the participant’s responsibility to meet all requirements by the end date of the term.
New User (please follow this link if you have never taken a course with PalmerOnline or forget your user name/password; please note that you will exit the Palmer College website to complete registration)
Current User (please follow this link if you have taken a previous course with PalmerOnline and remember your user name/password)
Note: Access to coursework is subject to time of registration and may incur a short waiting period before access is granted.
No refunds will be issued after registration has been processed and access into the course has been granted.
Online Course Access:
Please login with the ID and password sent via e-mail to access online coursework.
Many states now accept the convenient option of online learning for license renewal credit. Please check with your state board or the Continuing Education and Events Department regarding approvals. Due to varying state rules and regulations, we recommend inquiring with your state board for online credit limitations and board acceptance of topics for CE hours.
Courses begin quarterly, however you may begin a course at any time. If you begin a course at the start of a quarter, you will have the entire three months to complete the work. If you begin a course in the middle of a quarter, you will have until the end of that quarter to complete the work.
|Basic Concepts of Biomechanics|
|$59||James DeVocht, D.C., M.S., Ph.D.||Basic concept course containing information on moments, spinal characteristics and biomechanics treatment.|
|$119||Tracey Littrell, D.C., DACBR||Components of history taking, physical exam, systems, review and exam procedures indicated in orthopedic presentations.|
|$199||Tracey Littrell, D.C., DACBR||Roentgenometrics, congenital variants, scoliosis, arthritides, trauma, tumors, X-ray basics for quality imaging and safety/boundary considerations.|
|Foundational Imaging Concepts|
|$119||Tracey Littrell, D.C., DACBR||Roentgenometrics and congenital variants, trauma, scoliosis, arthritides and imaging principles for MRI and CT.|
|$79||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||General course on record keeping and managing risk in practice with appropriate documentation. Contains a section on lumbar disc injury that the three-hour course does not include.|
|$59||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||General course on record keeping and managing risk in practice with appropriate documentation.|
|$79||Ron Boesch, D.C., DACNB, DABQAURP, DAAPM||Overview of electrodiagnosis in chiropractic practice. Concepts, equipment, anatomy, injuries, EMG, NCV, surface EMG and evoked potential.|
|Evidence-informed Practice/Case Writing|
|$59||Lisa Killinger, D.C.||This course helps D.C.s to better understand available evidence, describes how to engage in a successful literature retrieval process and provides the building blocks needed for writing an effective case study.|
|$79||Lisa Killinger, D.C.||Issues and concept surrounding the geriatric population and how we can promote healthy aging.|
|Iowa Laws and Rules|
|$39||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||Specific for Iowa license renewal. Review current code for the practice of chiropractic in the state of Iowa.|
|$79||Ron Boesch, D.C., DACNB, DABQAURP, DAAPM||Basic hematology, CBC, chemistries and blood panels, basic urinalysis and studies for bowel issues. Special studies in genetics and cancer, DOT considerations.|
|Neurological Assessment and Interpretation|
|$79||Ron Boesch, D.C., DACNB, DABQAURP, DAAPM||Review of neuroanatomy, functional anatomy, selected components of neuronal functions and the neurological exam.|
|$119||Henry Mueller, D.C., DACO||Major components, rationale and procedures of chiropractic orthopedic evaluations by region.|
|$39||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||General overview along with more focused information on bloodborne pathogens and spill decontamination.|
|$79||Michael Tunning, D.C., ATC||Concepts in active care exercise by body region, passive care modalities, case study scenarios.|
|$59||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||Sexual harassment, cultural sensitivity, practice ethics|
|Risk Management and Georgia Laws|
|$99||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||Specific for Georgia license renewal. Record keeping and managing risk in practice with appropriate documentation pluse one hour of review of the current code for the practice of chiropractic in te state of Georgia.|
|Risk Management and Record Keeping|
|$199||Laurie Mueller, D.C.||Record keeping and managing risk in practice with appropriate documentation.|
|$79||Henry Mueller, D.C., DACO||Technique history and the emergence of technique. Basic concepts for HVLA, instrument, mobilization, low force/reflex and upper cervical adjusting.|