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Chiropractor (DC) Online Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Chiropractors (DCs) can earn the PACE-approved continuing education units (CEUs) they need while simultaneously earning one or more of our 3 industry-leading certifications (100s of 5-star reviews ,and 3rd party approved and college-credit worthy ). The best part: It is included in the only monthly membership (cancel anytime) designed to enhance the affordability, flexibility, and convenience of completing continuing education.

$5000+ value included with membership.
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3 Certifications $3000+
180+ Courses$1200+
500+ Videos$500+
500+ Articles$200+
Live Webinars$100+
$29.99/month | Cancel anytime | 30-day money-back guarantee
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Expect More

The Brookbush Institute offers more than 180 online continuing education courses developed from comprehensive systematic research reviews in pursuit of an evidence-based, systematic, integrated, patient-centered, and outcome-driven approach. We wer not interested in building orthopedic physical rehabilitation and sports performance models that simply "work." We have spent more than a decade developing a comprehensive model in pursuit of what "works best." It is our mission to optimize the delivery of education for our colleagues and continue the development of a model that results in unparalleled outcomes.

All Brookbush Institute courses are pre-approved for continuing education units (CCUs) for DC license renewal. And, ir you also hold a CPT, LMT, ATC, OT, or PT license, courses will also satisfy your CCU needs. Our content is updated continuously, to ensure optimal delivery, the inclusion of all available research, and add to our growing library of courses. Every course can be completed on desktop or mobile and includes multiple formats (live webinar, recorded videos, text and illustration, audio-voice over, practice exams, credit-worthy final exams, and certificates).

Why the Brookbush Institute

  • Unparalleled Accuracy of Information: The Brookbush Institute is the only comprehensively evidence-based education platform in the industry. We know that our colleagues want to be better, help more, and deliver unparalleled results, so they need the most accurate information available. The mo t accurate information can only be achieved with a systematic approach to developing evidence-based courses. That i why every course we offer is built from a systematic review of all available peer-reviewed and published research, with a focus on improving practical application. With the Brookbush Institute, you never have to decide which "expert opinion" you "believe" when two or more courses contradict (which is all too common on other platforms). Although science slowly evolves over time, and our conclusions may be refined, you can be assured that the content we provide is the most well-supported conclusion that could be developed at the time of publication, based on research and outcomes, not expert opinion.
  • Designed to be the Education Platform All of Wish Existed: All Brookbush Institute certifications are offered with an innovative system of modular courses, iterative testing, and credits (no summative final exam). Our co rses include video, illustrations, audio, and text to ensure the learner has the format that they prefer wherever they are. Listen to courses in the car, watch close-captioned videos during breaks at work, or study the text and take notes at home. We are also incredibly passionate about making it comfortable to study from your phone so that you can sneak in study time at any time. Our goal is to develop the most accessible, flexible, and convenient education platform ever.
  • Affordability and Access are Part of our Mission: We are the only education provider in the industry to include our certifications in a true monthly (or yearly) membership plan. This reduces the initial cost of certification to just 3 - 5% of comparable certifications, and you can cancel anytime.

Accreditations and Approvals

Brookbush Institute is accredited or approved by the following organizations.

Providers of Approved Continuing Education

Providers of Approved Continuing Education

The Brookbush Institute is recognized by the PACE program of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards. To see if your state accepts Pace : Click Here

The Brookbush Institute is recognized by PACE (Providers of Approved Continuing Education), the signature program of the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Board (FCLB). The Brookbush Institute offers more than 160 pre-approved online courses, worth more than 400 continuing education hours. View our "coverage map" to determine if your state accepts PACE approved courses.

Canada Chiropractors

Canada Chiropractors

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Integrated Manual Therapist

This certification is worth 60 credits and is broken down into the following modules:

Certified Personal Trainer

50 Credits

Human Movement Specialist

60 Credits

Integrated Manual Therapist

80 Credits

9 credits

Joint Anatomy

10 credits

Introduction To Manual Therapy

4 credits

Overhead Squat Assessment

4 credits

Movement Assessment

4 credits

Special Tests

8 credits

Static Manual Release

6 credits

Joint Mobilization

4 credits

Joint Manipulation

2 credits

Local Vibration

2 credits

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM)

1 credits

Research: Movement and Corrective Exercise

10 credits

Electives

What our members are saying

website is phenomenal

I am a 70 yr old chiropractor and no other healthcare provider was able to come up with an exercise protocol particular to my structural and balances and muscle deficits and keep me in the game. And as for continuing education on human skeletal movement, the website is phenomenal full of great exercises for particular mechanical dysfunction.

Carl Anthony
Carl Anthony

incredibly informative

I have been a member of BBI for years and every course I have taken has been incredibly informative. I learn more from these courses than I do at local CEU courses for my PTA license. I also earned my CPT and HMS certifications through the platform. It was so convenient and the content was top notch! Forever member.

Kate Dickson
Kate Dickson

education is invaluable

I have my personal trainer certificate through here and am almost finished my human movement specialist certification. Overall, the education that Brookbush has packaged together for clinicians and trainers is invaluable. I am a physio assistant so coming from more of a rehab background I appreciate that this education has been beneficial both as a trainer and in a rehab setting. I love that I have been able to do all learning at my own pace and able to work around my schedule. Thank you for setting up this platform! Highly recommend :)

Danae Belair
Danae Belair

thoroughly detailed explanation

We learn principles in academia, we learn cool new modalities via whatever specialty certification, but BBI really concentrates on the nuances of passive treatment and they do a fantastic job. The format in which BBI instructs soft tissue specialists (DPTs, Chiros, ATs) like myself feels like almost like an apprenticeship. You get a thoroughly detailed explanation of the “why’s”, and a visual comprehension of how to apply. Personally, I believe application is where the good and the great are distinguished.

Drew Kim
Drew Kim

Stellar coursework

Over the last years I've returned time and again to Brookbush Institute for stellar coursework as I've worked toward a Human Movement Specialist certification. (I'm currently ACE CPT, and in training with Anatomy Trains for Structural Integration Manual Therapy.) Every Brookbush Institute module is fantastic and each one includes detailed informational videos, written descriptions of how to-do, and, more importantly, why to-do!

Lisa Knighton
Lisa Knighton

Users can transition seamlessly

Having courses count towards different certifications makes it so users can transition seamlessly from one certification to another. In my case, going from earning the BI CPT to earning the BI HMS was an easy decision and I am proud to have earned both certifications. I have also had the pleasure of going to a Live HMS workshop that was well taught by Instructor Boettcher and that was excellent to see how the methods and techniques are implemented.

Xavier Guzman
Xavier Guzman
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Popular Courses

Shoulder Joint Anatomy (Glenohumeral Joint)

Shoulder Joint Anatomy (Glenohumeral Joint)

Integrated functional anatomy of the shoulder joint – Bones, joints, palpation, ligaments, nerves, joint anatomy, joint actions, arthrokinematics, muscles, fascia, and range of motion of the shoulder. Highlighting the behaviors in postural dysfunction, shoulder pain, shoulder impingement, rotator cuff injuries, upper cross syndrome, and common interventions for the glenohumeral/shoulder joint.

3 Credits
Trigger Point Assessment (and Palpation)

Trigger Point Assessment (and Palpation)

Reliability and validity of assessment, palpation, referral pain, and locating trigger points (knots). Assessment and efficacy of manual release/massage and trigger point release techniques on common overactive muscles like the trapezius, rhomboids, pectoralis minor, rotator cuff, pectoralis major, post delt, back muscles (paraspinal), quadratus lumborum (QL), quadriceps, and calves (gastrocnemius and soleus).

1 Credit
IASTM: Thoracolumbar Fascia

IASTM: Thoracolumbar Fascia

This course describes instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM) of the thoracolumbar fascia (TLF), with a focus on treatment of the posterior superficial layer of the TLF (summary of TLF anatomy below). Additionally, modifications of IASTM techniques are discussed, including specific techniques for addressing trigger points, different treatment positions used to increase tissue tension, and pin-and-stretch techniques with IASTM tools (a.k.a. active or dynamic release).

1 Credit
Joint Mobilization: Ankle and Tibiofibular Joints

Joint Mobilization: Ankle and Tibiofibular Joints

Joint mobilizations for the ankle and tibiofibular joint. Types of mobilizations, self-administered mobilizations, and interventions for lower extremity dysfunction (LED) and ankle dysfunction. Optimal intervention for feet flatten, feet turn out, knee bow in, knee bow out, anterior pelvic tilt, excessive forward lean, and asymmetrical weight shift. The risk of adverse events, validity, efficacy, screening, and reliability of ankle and tibia/fibula mobs.

2 Credits

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