Indiana Chiropractic Continuing Education

Indiana Accept Online Courses due to COVID for cycle end 7/1/2022


Indiana Continuing Education Requirements: 12 hours per year. Due by 7/1 each year
Special Requirements: 4 hours of Risk Management/Public Health

Special Notice: online courses and teleseminars/webinars are ACCEPTED as Live Learning. is an FCLB PACE Provider.  

New Licensee Information: A new licensee who has received their license between July 1 of the even numbered year and July 1 of the odd number year is required to obtain 12 hours of continuing education. If the license is issued between July 1 of the odd number year and July 1 of the even number year no continuing education is required.


Reporting Requirements: Licensee affirms CE completion - additional documentation required if audited


State of Indiana Continuing Education Requirements

Indiana Continuing Education requirements posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Indiana continuing education requirements are subject to change and therefore, Indiana Chiropractic licensee's are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the Indiana continuing education requirements.

Continuing education courses offered on provide Online CEU for Indiana Chiropractic Physicians (DC). The online courses enhance the knowledge bases of Doctor of Chiropractic to enhance their clinical therapy practice. Free 1 hour approved online home study CE credit course for new Indiana Chiropractic Physician registered users at

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  • Documentation 199
    Documentation and Risk Management - From Medical Necessity to Clinical Appropriateness


    $80.00 USD

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    Hour One: Documentation and Compliance Overview, Rules and Regulations

    • Recognize and avoid or correct behavior that is contrary to the rule of “no opt-out for chiropractors”
    • Apply compliance rules set forth by governmental agencies that apply to providers of service to Federally insured patients
    • Demonstrate day-to-day application of guidance on Federal Program and state requirements for coding, billing, and finances
    • Differentiate between active and maintenance care, according to the official Medicare definitions and other third-party guidelines
    • Interpret the four types of risk the Office of Inspector General (HHS) expects providers to focus on with Policy and Procedure, per the OIG Guidance for Small Practices
    • Recognize the limitations of experimental, investigational, and unproven technologies

     Hour Two: Documentation of Initial Visits-New Patients, New Episodes, and New Conditions

    • Identify and apply concepts that differentiate types of initial visits, from new patients to updated episodes
    • Produce documentation of initial visits that comply with board requirements for chiropractors
    • Summarize documentation requirements as they apply to the new initial Evaluation and Management guidelines set forth January 1, 2021
    • Establish medical necessity for your care and know with surety that initial visit documentation is complete
    • Rank complicating factors and contraindications according to priority and include with initial assessment
    • Populate a required treatment plan for care, whether for short- or longer-term care

     Hour Three: Documentation and Case Management for Routine Visits, Preventive Maintenance, and Wellness Care

    • Differentiate between requirements for medically necessary services vs. maintenance which is self-pay
    • Apply primary subluxation vs secondary compensation logic to mitigate risk for the full-spine adjustment
    • Reproduce the key elements of routine chiropractic visits in documentation as set forth by third-party, State and Federal guidelines
    • Interpret functional data to determine stages and levels of care
    • Demonstrate the ability to implement therapeutic withdrawal and to document its results
    • Recognize maximum therapeutic benefit (MTB) and properly document discharge from active treatment

     Hour Four: The Risks Associated Billing and Financial Compliance Regulations

    • Give examples of billing and financial compliance that cross the line of False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute violations
    • Apply billing and financial compliance regulations to the day-to-day operations of the practice, including payment and prepayment plans
    • Execute random auditing of charges and collections to meet OIG compliance guidelines
    • Recognize and apply the rules of offering financial hardship discounts
    • Produce advertising that falls within the guidelines of board and federal rules

    Kathy Mills Chang, MCS-P, CCPC

    AudioVisual Course

    Online CE Not Accepted
    Expires: 2025-12-31

    Laser 219
    Practical Personal Injury


    $120.00 USD

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    Hour 1:   

    • Improve specific elements of the four PI office visits.
    • Outline the documentation steps of a causation statement.

    Hour 2:  

    • Identify med-legal considerations associated with PI documentation.
    • Develop an outline to create a PI final discharge report.

    Hour 3: 

    • Recognize and evaluate several commonly missed traumatic injuries.  
    • Create a to plan improve the capture of acute objective findings.

    Hour 4:  

    • Recognize LLLT versatility and benefits with PI-related conditions.   
    • Develop clinical protocols for LLLT application in PI cases.

     Hour 5:  

    • Identify and avoid inherent risks within PI case management.       
    • Create an algorithm for case management clinical decisions.

    Hour 6:  

    • Discover the importance and relevance of PI co-management.
    • Assess cases for co-management decisions and opportunities.

    S. Scott Tauber,DC,DABCO,CPC

    AudioVisual Course

    Online CE Not Accepted
    Expires: 2025-12-31