California CHIROPRACTIC Continuing Education

All classes are State board approved. CEU classes are live in person. Live classes are in Ventura, Sherman Oaks, and San Luis Obispo.

Our Current Classes

All classes are State board approved. All class dates are for 12 hours of CEU units. Each class includes:

 
    • 2 hours of ethics & law
    • 4 hours of CHIROPRACTIC technique
    • 6 hours of a general subject

    For a total of 12 hours.

    All classes includes your mandatory requirements.
    Classes start at 8 AM and go for the required amount of time you need.
    If you have any questions please leave a message at : 805-256-0701.

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VENTURA

  • May 9, 11, 23, 25
  • June 6, 8, 27, 29
  • July 11, 13, 25
  • August 8, 10, 22, 24
  • September 12, 14, 26, 28
  • October 10, 12, 19, 26

  • Location:
    De-Stress CHIROPRACTIC
    5725 Ralston Street
    Ventura, CA 93003
    805-256-0701
    Best Western

    SHERMAN OAKS

    • May 16
    • June 13
    • July 18
    • September 19
    • October 24
    Location:
    Best Western Plus Carriage inn
    5525 Sepulveda Blvd,
    Sherman Oaks, CA 914116
    (818) 787-2300
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    SAN LUIS OBISPO

    • June 20
    • October 17
    Location: Location:
    Sands Inn & Suites Hotel
    1930 Monterey St,
    San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
    (805) 544-0500

    THE LINK BETWEEN FOOD, THE ENVIRONMENT

    & CHRONIC PAIN

    6 Hours Category B – Wellness APPROVED CA-A-22-11-11110

    This course discusses the links between inflammation, food, man-made toxic chemicals and human health. Specifically, we will be discussing how inflammation plays a role in ATP production, fatigue, neurotransmitter release, depression, and body pains. What is the relationship between the environment, pesticides, preservatives, food, food production, food washing, and food storage? Currency estimates of when human males will become infertile is in 2047. This is based on the current drop in male testerone counts down 40-60% globally from the 1970’s. 

     

    CONFLICT

    & STRESS

    6 Hours Category B – Wellness APPROVED CA-A-21-11-10081

    This course educates practitioners in the damaging effects of stress on all major systems of the body.  We have both positive and negative stressors.  There are three major types of stressors, Physical, Mental, and Chemical.  Each type of stress affects other types of stressors within the body.  Students will be shown a few examples such as; if an individual has a neck injury, which represents the physical portion of stress, the area becomes inflamed which creates pain chemicals. This can lead to a lack of sleep which negatively affects a person’s mental health.

    Students will be shown how body language in correlation with movement can show a person in distress. Happy people vs depressed persons show differences in body movement.  Students will watch videos and through personal examples study movements and its correlation with happy vs depressed states.  Students will be taught the basics of body language in relation to depression. 

    Payments – Are made at the seminar. You can pay with cash, credit card, check, venmo, or zelle. 

    299 for 24 units, 12 units for 199, 6 units for 108. 

    Register by texting/calling/emailing me at 805-256-0701 or drmarkalgee@gmail.com.

    Simply let me know your name, phone number, and the date you will be attending. You will receive a reminder text about the date and time.

    CHIROPRACTIC BALANCE

    TECHNIQUE

    4 Hours Category A – CHIROPRACTIC Adjustive Technique APPROVED CA-A-22-11-11111

    This course educates practitioners in the wide range of CHIROPRACTIC techniques, including coupled cervical adjusting, distraction, shoulder, extremities, and lumbar adjusting of the spine.

    ETHICS AND

    LAW

    2 Hours Category A – Ethic and Law APPROVED CA-A-22-11-11109

    This class is the overview of ethics and law in relation to CHIROPRACTIC.

    CHIROPRACTIC TECHNIQUE

    PROPRIOCEPTION & BALANCE

    1 Hours Category A – CHIROPRACTIC Technique

    This course educates practitioners in proprioception and balance. Proprioception is the sense of knowing where your body part is in space. Every injury has the potential to decrease proprioception and subsequently balance. Students will be taught the anatomical pathways and how CHIROPRACTIC care and muscle work can increase proprioception.

    Students will also be taught in the use of the tuning fork and how it can measure both posterior column and cerebellum function. The tuning fork and balance exams will help students develop therapies to treat proprioceptive dysfunction. Balance can both be used to evaluate the patients well being and as a measurement tool for CHIROPRACTIC care

    MANUAL & INSTRUMENT ADJUSTING OF THE TMJ

    IT'S ROLE IN MOVEMENT & DEPRESSION

    1 Hours Category A – CHIROPRACTIC Technique

    • This course educates practitioners in the TMJ and it affects upon human movement.
    • The TMJ, or TMD (temporomandibular dysfunction) has ranging effects on muscles globally throughout the body. TMD issues can affect the shoulder, hips, low back pain, the startle reflex, and body pain. The class will demonstrate the TMJ’s role in movement, Tourette’s, dystonia, balance and muscle weakness. The TMJ affects dystonia, Tourette’s, the cerebellum, movement and coordination. The TMJ also affects the perception of pain. By modulating neurological regions within the cortex, pain and can be affected by inhibitory inputs, descending pathways, the periaqueductal grey area, and A1 afferents. This class will discuss the TMJ involvement in pain, auto accidents, chronic stress and the stress response with TMJ dysfunction