Browse our Course Calendar for a complete schedule of Continuing Education programs, dates, and locations.
*NEW NIMMO (Receptor Tonus) Technique
Receptor Tonus Technique, commonly called "Nimmo", is a technique that was developed by Raymond Nimmo, D.C. This technique is based on scientific principles which explain how normal reflex arcs transition to pathophysiological arcs, affecting the tonus of the muscular system via the nervous system. This technique is not one of "muscle work" but one of "nervous system work" as ultimately the change is to the nervous system.
Palmer College's Florida branch campus:
Part 1: January 19-20, 2019
Part 2: February 23-24, 2019
Part 3: March 30-31, 2019
Palmer College's Main campus:
Part 1: November 17-18, 2018
Part 2: January 26-27, 2019
Part 3: March 23-24, 2019
Register online, fax a registration form or call 800-452-5032.
Developed for the practitioner who prefers a live-learning environment, License Renewal programs offer 12 hours per weekend, a variety of subject matter, and package or single session pricing. Programs are currently offered on Palmer College of Chiropractic’s main campus in Davenport, Iowa, and Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida, in Port Orange, Fla. Below is a list of upcoming programs. Please visit the License Renewal Series page for more detailed information.
Distance learning options are more popular than ever. With over 80% of state boards* accepting online learning for relicensure, the convenience factor of web-based courses is undeniable. Please visit the PalmerOnline page for a list of courses, technical requirements, and course access. *Approvals vary per state board. Boards may limit the number of online hours licensees may earn toward license renewal.
Post-graduate options lead to certification or diplomate status in a given specialty area. Certificate programs are typically 100-120 hours, and diplomate programs consist of 300-360 hours. After completion learners earn examination eligibility through the specific specialty examination body.
Alumni and friends of Palmer College are welcomed back annually for Homecoming events at each of the Palmer campuses. Please visit the Homecoming section of the website to preview upcoming events. Chiropractic continuing education credits are offered at each location.
2019 Alumni Travel Event: Montego Bay, Jamaica
The Hyatt Zilara and Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall are set between the sapphire waters of Montego Bay and the verdant peaks of the Blue Mountains. These all-inclusive companion resorts offer the best of both worlds for adults only or families traveling together. Crystalline blue waters of the Caribbean sea softly lap onto a mile of pristine beach with swimmable coves and a shoreline with pavilions reaching out into the sea. You can also earn 12 hours of continuing education credits during this trip. Lora Tanis, D.C., DICCP will present on "Family and Pediatric Chiropractic". Classes will be scheduled to maximize time with family and friends. Learn more at http://www.palmer.edu/alumni/travel-events/ or register here for the CE portion of the event.
Sports and Chiropractic Symposium-April 12-13, 2019
Do you want to know more about assessment and chiropractic treatment for sports injuries? Would you like to help your patients work and play better? Sign up for Palmer's Sports and Chiropractic Symposium to learn more about patient assessment and care for patients with sports-related conditions. This program includes information about assessing and adjusting athletes. Learn skills you can take back to your practice and implement on Monday morning!
In addition to earning 12 continuing education credits, you have the option to connect with chiropractors after the sessions at the Dr. David D. Palmer Athletic Trust Banquet.
Printable schedule coming soon.
Continuing Education and Events programming initiatives work under the auspices of the Palmer Mission, Abilities and Philosophy statement.