Objective: Learn the kinetic chain of motion and dysfunctions of the foot. Get technical definitions and know what type of orthotics and shoes to prescribe for your patients.
Purpose: Understand how to treat conditions like plantar fascitis, heel spurs, congenital anomalies of the feet and subluxations. Know what foot orthotic options are available.
Overview: The feet are extremely important in their role of controlling motions into the knees, pelvis and lumbar spine. Stability of the spine is dependent upon the feet.
At the end of each class a written test is given for those that would like to attain the CCEP designate. It is not required for people not interested in attaining a CCEP.
A $200 fee is paid directly to the CEA to sit for the final exam.
Student Rate (must CALL to register): $275
If a Chiropractic student chooses to Pre-pay all classes, they will receive a $275 discount (one module free): Total tuition rate $1,650
Students who are actively enrolled in a course of study leading to a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree may take the course series, however, one of the seven courses must be taken after they have earned their Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree. A copy of your doctorate degree from an accredited chiropractic college must be provided to the senior instructor at the practical exam.
Existing CCEP designates $275 refresher classes (must CALL to register)
All 7 modules must be completed within 5 years.
For additional information regarding Certification and requirements please go to: https://www.councilonextremityadjusting.com/about-ccep