Alabama Chiropractic Continuing Education

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Alabama Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements

Alabama requires 18 hours of CE every year.

Special Requirements: 2 of the required 18 hours must include:

  • 2 hours of Alabama Laws and Board Rules
  • Hours must be completed by Sept. 30.

Online Chiropractic CE for Alabama

AL Board allows 6 general hours to be earned online per renewal period.
  • Our CE Sponsor: University of Bridgeport Chiropractic College.
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State Approvals

Do you have chiropractic licenses in multiple states?

Take one course and apply it to all of your license renewals! Click the titles below to see state approvals for each program.

Course: Posture, Rehab & MCE
Alabama Kansas Ohio
Alaska Maine Oklahoma
Alberta Maryland Ontario
Arkansas Massachusetts Oregon
Arizona Michigan Pennsylvania
California Minnesota Rhode Island
Colorado Missouri South Carolina
Connecticut Montana South Dakota
Delaware Nebraska Tennessee
D.C. Nevada Texas
Florida New Hampshire Utah
Georgia New Jersey Vermont
Hawaii New Mexico Virginia
Idaho New York Washington
Illinois North Carolina West Virginia
Iowa North Dakota Wyoming
Course: Management of Soft Tissue Conditions
Alabama Maryland Pennsylvania
Arizona Massachusetts Rhode Island
Arkansas Michigan South Carolina
Colorado Minnesota South Dakota
Connecticut Missouri Texas
Delaware Montana Utah
D.C. Nebraska Vermont
Florida New Jersey Virginia
Georgia New York Washington
Hawaii North Carolina Wyoming
Idaho Ohio  
Illinois Oklahoma  
Iowa Ontario  

*States not yet listed are pending approval please contact us to verify approval.

CE is Sponsored by University of Bridgeport Chiropractic College (UBCC) for 2023/2024. The above is our understanding of current state law and approvals. Please check with your state board for any recent updates or changes to state law and continuing education requirements or approvals. For more details on course approvals for each state, please see our Course Approvals page.

Course Reviews

Considering taking online chiropractic CE for Alabama license renewal? Our courses are popular with chiropractors. Check out what other clinicians are saying.

I thought the course was great! It is great to know extra buttons that can help you in practice!

LeAnn Phillips, DC

Florence, AL

Most Valuable Concept? Easy ways to start implementing posture models in any patients. I need to practice better posture. Great Seminar!

Pat Kolwaite, DC

Memphis, TN

This was a wake up call for me personally to work on my own posture and implement this info into my practice. I was pleasantly surprised with the depth of the course.

Carl Enlow, DC

Berks County, PA

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Alabama State Board of Chiropractic Examiners

The Alabama State Board of Chiropractic Examiners is responsible for determining the continuing education requirements that must be fulfilled by chiropractic practitioners within the state to ensure ongoing professional development and competence. The AL Board serves as the authoritative agency responsible for licensing and regulating chiropractic practice within the state of Alabama. With exclusive power and authority, the Board is empowered to issue, revoke and reinstate all licenses to practice chiropractic in Alabama.

As a fundamental aspect of our mandate, our mission centers on safeguarding the health, safety, and welfare of the people of Alabama. In fulfillment of this objective, we diligently oversee the regulation and licensure of doctors of chiropractic within the state. The board offices are located in Clanton, AL.

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Alabama State Chiropractic Association

The Alabama State Chiropractic Association (ASCA) has been in operation for more than eight decades, serving as the collective voice for chiropractors across the state. Their core objective is to protect, conserve, and elevate the philosophy, science, and art of chiropractic while advocating for the freedoms of chiropractors and their patients. Through proactive legislation, leadership training, organized committees, public relations, and postgraduate continuing education, ASCA represents the interests of their DC members and promotes the integration of chiropractic into the larger healthcare landscape.

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