San Diego, CA ICPA Classes
ICPA 200 Hour Certification Program
Attendance to all 14 classroom modules and participation in two in-office Research project will fulfill your requirements for the ICPA 200 hour certification program and Part One of the ICPA 360 Hour Diplomate Program.
Classes are open to Students and DCs.
Seminar Series Schedule
Research PBRN I and Research PBRN Module II: For Payment for the Research PBRN I and Research PBRN II Modules: please look at the schedule and note the scheduled weekends for the Research PBRN I and PBRN II; this refers to when payment will be taken out for the Research module for auto-payment registrants only. There are not classroom modules on these scheduled weekends.
Dr. Ohm's March 11-12 module, Perinatal Care with Optional Webster Certification, is full. We are not accepting any new registrations for this date. Thank you for your interest, and stay tuned for more dates to be announced.
|Mar. 11-12, 2017||Jeanne Ohm, DC||Perinatal Care: Webster Certification|
|Apr. 8-9, 2017||James Thompson, DC||Techniques: Thompson and Logan|
|May. 13-14, 2017||Ron Castellucci, DC||Full-spine Segmental Evaluation and Adjusting|
|Jun. 17-18, 2017||Stephen Marini, DC||Neuroimmunology: Patterns of Interference|
|Jul. 15-16, 2017||Armand Rossi, DC||The Essentials Of Chiropractic Care For Children|
|Sep. 9-10, 2017||Michael Hall, DC||Developmental Neurobiology|
|Oct. 7-8, 2017||John Minardi, DC||Neurology of the VSC & Thompson Technique 2|
|Nov. 4-5, 2017||Anthony Carrino,DC||Bridging The Gap Between Crisis Care and Optimal Function|
|Dec. 2-3, 2017||Joel Alcantara, DC||Research: Evidence Informed Practice|
|Jan. 6-7, 2018||Marcia Schaefer, DC||Family Nutrition: Epigenetics and Parental Health and Nutrition for the Perinatal Period|
|Feb. 3-4, 2018||Drew Rubin, DC||Pediatric Alphabet Soup: ASD, ADHD, LD, PDD, SP...what they mean and how to care for them|
|Apr. 7-8, 2018||Liz Anderson-Peacock, DC||Transforming Practical Experience to Family Practice|
|May. 19-20, 2018||Martin Rosen, DC||Eval & Adjusting Protocols: Correcting Primary Spinal and Cranial Subluxation Patterns|
|Jun. 16-17, 2018||Peter Kevorkian, DC||Mastery of Chiropractic Principles and Practice|
|Jul. 14-15, 2018||Research PBRN I||Clinically Based Research Requirement|
|Aug. 11-12, 2018||Research PBRN II||Clinically Based Research Requirement|
Seminar Location Information:
Elevation Family Chiropractic
2610 El Camino Real Suite A
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Saturday: 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Recommend Hotel Location:
Carlsbad Inn Beach Resort
3075 Carlsbad Blvd.
Carlsbad, CA 92008
San Diego International Airport to
Carlsbad Inn Beach Resort Hotel click here.
Directions from Carlsbad Inn Beach Resort
to Elevation Family Chiropractic click here.
Continuing Education Information:
All ICPA classroom modules are co-sponsored by Cleveland University-Kansas City, therefore the following states are approved: CO, CT, DC, DE, IA, ID, IL, IN, MI, MS, MT, ND, NE, NY, (OH-only approved for 12 hours for a course taken outside of the state of Ohio), OR, RI, SC, UT, VA, VT, WA, WY Note for States that do not require an application:Because of ICPA's co-sponsorship by an accredited school, some state boards do not require ICPA to submit their CE programs for pre-approval. Therefore, ICPA cannot guarantee that the classes we offer will automatically be approved by your board. We strongly recommend doctors from these states be aware of your state rules and regulations regarding continuing education requirements. Specific questions should always be directed to your state board.
ICPA Certification Program Approved in CA for the following:
3/11-12/17 Perinatal Care: Webster Certification
3 Hours Category B - CA-A-16-04-12146
1 Hour Category B - CA-A-16-04012147
4 Hours Category A -CA-A-16-04-12148
4 Hours Category A -CA-A-16-04-12149
4/08-09/17 Techniques Thompson & Logan
4 Hours Category B Approved- CA-A-17-02-13399
8 Hours Category A- Approved- CA-A17-02-13400
5/13-14/17 Full Spine Segmental Evaluation & Adjusting
4 Hours Category A Approved- CA-A-17-02-13417
8 Hours Category A- Approved- CA-A-17-02-13418
6/17-18/17 Neuroimmunology Patterns of Interference
12 Hours Category B Approved- CA-A-17-02-13412
7/15-16/17 The Essentials of Chiropractic Care for Children
3 Hours Category C Approved- CA-A-17-02-13403
3 Hours Category A Approved- CA-A-17-02-13404
2 Hours Category B- Approved- CA-A-17-13405
4 Hours Category A- Apporved- CA-A-17-02-13406
09/09-10/17 Developmental Neurobiology
4 Hours Category A Approved- CA-A-17-02-13401
8 Hours Category B Approved- ca-A-17-02-13402
10/07-08/17 Neurology of the VSC & Thompson Technique 2
5 Hours Category B Approved- CA-A-17-02-13407
7 Hours Category A Approved- CA-A-17-02-13408
11/07-08/17 Bridging the Gap between Crisis care & optimal Function
8 Hours Category A Approved- CA-A-17-02-13409
3 hours Category B Approved- CA-A-17-02-13410
1 Hour Category C Approved- CA-A-17-02-13411
12/02-03/17 Research Evidence Informed Practice
12 Hours Category B Approved- CA-A-17-02-13398
01/06-03/17 Family Nutrition: Epigenetics and Parental Health and Nutrition for the Perinatal Period
10 Hours Category B- Approved- CA-A-17-02-13427
2 Hours Category B Approved- CA-17-02-13428
Approved for Perinatal Care Webster Certification on 3/11/17- NV19-0523
Approved for Full spine Segmental Evaluation & Adjusting on 5/13/17- NV19-058
In the process of reapplying for all seminars taking place after March 31,2017 for CA
Perinatal Care: Webster Certification- AZCE17000
Full Spine Segmental Evaluation & Adjusting- AZCE14073
The Essentials of Chiropractic Care for Children- AZCE14074
Techniques Thompson & logan- AZCE14082
Neuroimmunology Patterns of Interference- AZCE16115
Family Nutrition- AZCE17001
Developmental Neurobiology- AZCE14068
Pediatric Alaphabet Soup- AZCE14070
Neurology of the VSC & Thompson Technique 2- AZCE14069
Transforming Practical Experience to Family Practice- AZCE14072
Mastery of Chiropractic Principles & Practice- AZCE14075
Attendance at Relicensing Seminars:
Below is that section of the Board of Examiners' Rules & Regulations that explain YOUR requirements for attendance and OUR requirements to monitor your attendance.
"Sect. 357. Approval and Withdrawl of Approval. (f) each director or person in charge of an approved course in continuing education shall be responsible for maintaining full-time monitoring of the seminar attendance. If absence from the room exceeds ten (10) minutes during any one hour period, credit for that hour will be forfeited. It will further be the responsibility of the monitor or monitors to see that each person in attendance is in place in a timely manner at the start of each lectur. Failure to maintain proper monitoring procedures as prescribed, may be grounds for withdrawal of seminar approval"
We MUST comply with these Rules. We have no Authority to grant exceptions. If we do not comply, the entire seminar could be disapproved by the State Board and ALL attendees would lose relicensing credit.
It is YOUR responsibility to comply with the rules above. And it is OUR responsibility to see that you do.
Thank you for your cooperation.
INTERNATIONAL CHIROPRACTORS ASSOCIATION OF CALIFORNIA (ICAC)
License Renewal Notes:
ICPA will issue a certificate of completion for state approved seminars upon request and attendance verification for continuing education and license renewal purposes. There is a $45 administrative fee per license for this additional service. Continuing education request forms are available at the seminar and must be completed in full and submitted to the proctor for processing. The ICPA office will process payments and email the certificate to the attendee post-seminar. ICPA does not send certificates to the state board. There will be an additional $25 fee for requests received post-seminar, or for issuing a duplicate of the certificate.
ICPA submits applications to the state/province board for continuing education approval in the state/province the seminar is held and also the immediate surrounding states. All other applications are submitted by attendee request only. Requests must be made 90 days in advance of the seminar and the excess cost of the application may be passed on to the attendee.