Online Chiropractic CE
for North Carolina
As low as $9 per CE hour
North Carolina Online Chiropractic Continuing Education Seminars
You will get FREE access to 8 CE Hours of On-Demand courses when you register for this 10 CE Hour Live Webinar.
*** You will receive a PACE-approved CE certificate that you can upload into your CE Broker account ***
Registration is Closed for 2023
We have completed our 2023 webinars for NC & SC.
2024 dates are to be determined.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a live webinar vs. an on-demand course?
Live webinars can be watched online, but they are live-streamed during specific dates & times. Attendees will not be on camera.
On-demand courses are pre-recorded & are accessible online 24/7.
How can I view these chiropractic CE courses?
Our courses can be viewed on most devices that have an internet connection.
Smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers should all be able to play these online CE courses.
Will these courses count for CE credit?
These courses are sponsored by the Texas Chiropractic Association, which is a PACE approved provider of continuing education classes.
The North Carolina Chiropractic Board accepts PACE approved courses for full CE credit.
Online Chiropractic Seminar Details
Online CE Hours earned on DCcourses.com are accepted by Chiropractic Boards in states with PACE approval by the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards (FCLB).
Each online Chiropractic continuing education hour can be applied towards your yearly license requirements in many states.
As required by state Chiropractic Boards, each online CE video course on DCcourses.com is time-based, and your progress is clearly visible.
Built on a narrated Powerpoint platform, each online course covers interesting and useful research-based nutrition and wellness topics.
So, sit back, relax and start earning online Chiropractic CE hours today!
Are Chiropractic Board Requirements Subject to Change?
Chiropractic Board continuing education requirements are subject to change without notice.
Mandatory continuing education topics are required by certain state Chiropractic Boards to fulfill CE requirements.
Licensees are responsible for verifying all current state Chiropractic Board's CE requirements.