Online CE

Online or in person, continuing education credits are available.

Risk Management

Your 5% risk management discount (2.5% for part-time D.C.s) applies for 3 consecutive policy years for completing at least 8 hours of qualifying courses – online and/or onsite.


In-Person Risk Management Seminars

July 21–22, 2018, Levittown, New York
New York Chiropractic College—Levittown
“A Focus on Female Health: Tweens, Teens and Young Adults” (12 hours)
Kristina L. Petrocco-Napuli, DC, MS, FICC
800-434-3955

September 22–23, 2018, Seneca Falls
New York Chiropractic College—Seneca Falls
“Professional Boundaries and Documentation” (8 hours)
James Demetrious, DC, FACO
800-434-3955

For a complete listing of upcoming CE seminars, go to the “Events” section of www.ncmic.com.

Online CE Courses

Following are just a few of the qualifying risk management courses available through Cleveland University—Kansas City, National University of Health Sciences, New York Chiropractic College, Northwestern Health Sciences University, University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic and University of Western States:

New York Chiropractic College
“Domestic Violence—What Every Doctor of Chiropractic Must Know” (1 Hour)

National University of Health Sciences
“The Significance of Chiropractic Clinical Documentation in an Era of Accountability” (2 hours)

Northwestern Health Sciences University
“Conversations on Culture—African/American” (2 hours)


For a complete listing of online courses, go to www.ncmic.com/ce.


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