Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Typically, a chiropractic neurologist serves in the same consulting manner as a medical neurologist. The difference is that the therapies or applications of a chiropractic neurologist do not include drugs or surgery. As a result, certain conditions are more customarily seen by a chiropractic neurologist as opposed to a medical neurologist, and vice versa. Specifically, our people see patients with a variety of movement disorders, dystonia, post-stroke rehabilitation, and radiculopathy or nerve entrapment syndromes that are consequences of peripheral or central types of lesions. Chiropractic neurologists can provide therapies and treatments as well as counsel when there is a diagnostic dilemma or a question of appropriateness of care regarding an individual lesion or scenario.
Suggested process for enrollment:
- Visit the Schedule page and select a module that you wish to attend.
- You will then be guided through the process of registration and payment.
- You are automatically registered online.
- You will be asked to provide proof of your credentials upon arrival at your first class.
The course stresses application throughout the learning process, which makes our instruction incredibly effective both in terms of retention of information and relevance to the practicing chiropractic neurologist. However, there is a stronger weighting of theoretical material in the earlier courses making for a solid foundation for later application. This again emphasizes the benefit of following the course sequence.
For existing students, the process is simple:
- Visit the Academic Calendar and select the course you wish to register for.
- Complete the registration form
- Select your method of payment and enter this into our secure payment system.
- Your registration is immediately confirmed!
To cancel, simply visit our Contact Page and select ‘cancel registration’ from the subject list. Then follow the easy instructions.
The bylaws of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (ACNB) state the following: “The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed a post doctoral in neurology of three hundred (300) credit hours from a chiropractic college, university, institution, foundation or agency whose program is approved by the continuing education committee of the Commission for Accreditation of Graduate Education (CAGEN).” The Carrick Institute is a CAGEN Approved Institution. For more information about CAGEN, please log on to http://www.cagen.info/. For more information about the ACNB, please log on to ACNB website