Connecticut Chiropractic Continuing Education

Earn online CE hours from Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven or Anywhere

Connecticut Chiropractic Continuing Education Requirements

Connecticut requires 48 hours of CE every 2 years (odd years).

Special Requirements: 5 of the required 48 hours must include:

  • 1 hour of implicit bias or cultural competencies
  • 1 hour of ethics and boundaries
  • 2 hours of clinical radiology
  • 1 hour of adjustive technique

Online Chiropractic CE for Connecticut

CT Board allows 48 hours to be earned online per renewal period.
  • Our CE Sponsor: University of Bridgeport Chiropractic College.
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Individual Online Courses

Prefer to take just a few at a time? Choose from these on demand DC credit hours.

Posture, Rehab & MCE – Part 1

[3 CEU HRS] See, experience and communicate posture in a whole new way with StrongPosture® protocols. Part 1 covers research supporting common-sense bio-mechanics, and teaches you to engage people with pra…
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Dr. Steven Weiniger, DC, FIANM

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Posture, Rehab & MCE – Part 3

[3 CEU HRS] Posture breaks down with predictable patterns of functional compensations and structural adaptations, where neurologic facilitation and behavioral habits is reinforced by spirals of mechanical w…
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Dr. Steven Weiniger, DC, FIANM

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Posture, Rehab & MCE – Part 4

[3 CEU HRS] Posture is how you balance your body, and weakening balance has real consequences for health and mortality. Research shows balance and coordination exercises improves back pain, in addition to r…
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Dr. Steven Weiniger, DC, FIANM

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Posture, Rehab & MCE – Part 6

[3 CEU HRS] The Most Essential Motion: Breathing. Retraining both biomechanic and behavioral patterns of breathing are essential for effective rehab of any exercise involving the core, which is nearly all r…
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Dr. Steven Weiniger, DC, FIANM

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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 Connecticut license renewal? Our courses are popular with chiropractors. Check out what other clinicians are saying about our learning platform.

Terrific program, valuable adjunct to my chiropractic and nutrition practice

Dr. Richard Sears

Calverton, NY

I loved the practical protocols on wall and ball and long term applications for practice use with patients – especially boomers. I took it because I needed credit, but chose it due to course material. Thank you. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot.

Karin Lyngstad, DC

New York, NY

Most valuable concept? -The need for greater postural control in patients for better treatment outcomes. 

Tim Bialecki, DC

New Jersey

CPEP® Posture Specialist Training

CPEP Posture Specialist Certification training sets the standard for rehab, wellness, performance and active aging. Elevate your practice with a bio-mechanical model and focused-motion exercise to strengthen posture while improving balance and functi…
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CESOUP

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Connecticut Board of Chiropractic Examiners

The Connecticut Department of Public Health in Hartford is the authority responsible for managing and overseeing professional licenses, including chiropractic licensure. This involves setting and enforcing standards for chiropractic education, investigating complaints or allegations of misconduct against licensed chiropractors, and proposing new regulations or laws related to chiropractic practice and licensure. They also provide resources and support for chiropractors in the state, such as information on best practices and guidelines for ethical conduct.

CT Chiropractic Associations

Connecticut Chiropractic Association

The Connecticut Chiropractic Association (CTChiro) in Portland, CT is an organization dedicated to advancing the chiropractic profession in the state. Their primary goal is to ensure that chiropractic is included in all health care policies, and that all individuals have access to chiropractic care. To achieve this, they have four main strategies which include retaining a lobbyist, health care attorney, informing and marketing the profession, and providing services to member doctors. Their top priorities are serving as an advocate for chiropractic physicians and patients in the state, and providing educational and informational resources.

Connecticut Chiropractic Council

The Connecticut Chiropractic Council, located in New Britain, is dedicated to preserving and advancing the principles and practice of chiropractic in the state. Their main objectives include educating the public about chiropractic care and protecting their right to choose their healthcare provider. The Council also provides support to chiropractors by keeping them informed of relevant issues and promoting subluxation-based chiropractic care.

Practice Tips Blog

Explore ideas to keep your chiropractic practice fresh and exciting. New practice building tips, social media strategies, and patient rehabilitation ideas are added weekly. Keeping staff engaged and improving patient outcomes is essential in the current healthcare environment.