D.C. Tracts Continuing Education Program

The D.C. Tracts continuing education program offers well-written, concise, and relevant content for today’s busy Chiropractor. Each topic-based issue contains:

  • a feature article;
  • three to four abstracts on recent, clinically important articles pertaining to nonsurgical treatment of the spine and neuromuscular system which are followed by commentary on how the information can be applied to practice; and
  • two audio lectures by experts in the field.

Also included are important illustrations from the original articles and lectures, along with key references for further reading.

Beginning with Volume 31, a new risk management segment for the chiropractor in private practice, Juris-Proofing, was added to each issue. The author, Brian J. Gleberzon, DC, is a frequent contributor to D.C. Tracts with a great deal of experience in risk management.
The emphasis of these articles is to provide strategies to avoid a patient launching a complaint to the regulatory body in the jurisdiction in which you practice, or (more realistically) to help you fortify your practice in the event that a complaint is launched and you are required to defend yourself.

Available Courses

Volume 33 – 2021

33-1 Chiropractic Care of Older Adults

Volume 32 – 2020

Volume 31 – 2019

31-4 Commonly Misdiagnosed Syndromes of Low Back Pain

31-3 Functional and Clinical Neurology

31-1 Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

Volume 30 – 2018

30-3 Vertigo: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment

30-2 Functional Assessment and Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Dysfunction

30-1 Radiology Findings and Exams for Common Pathologies