Chiropractic Injectable Nutrients
**Attendees must be present for both modules to qualify for taking the certifying examination immediately following the last Module.**
"Some States require completion of 3 Modules of instruction, lab, and clinical application"
These courses are sponsored by the Institute for Chiropractic Injectable Nutrients (ICIN) and Texas Chiropractic College.
Michael Taylor, DC, DABCI is your instructor and is the only instructor for chiropractic injectable nutrients in the United States. Dr. Taylor has taught hundreds of doctors of chiropractic the coursework for over 18 years now in 6 different States.
Oklahoma law states that you must be certified by the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners to legally perform injectable nutrient procedures in the State of Oklahoma. Other States Chiropractic Boards of Examiners have also ruled that the perenteral application of nutrition is within their respective scopes of practice for the appropriately educated and credentialed Doctor of Chiropractic.
This course is designed to augment the Doctor of Chiropractic's ancillary therapeutic modalities through the application of Injectable procedures in which nutritional substances are clinically administered.
The course will include 24 hours (or 36 hours in some States) of lecture and "hands-on" lab, whereby the Doctor of Chiropractic would receive classroom instruction in laboratory diagnosis of pathology as it relates to the use of injectable, nutritional substances; indications and contraindications including areas within risk management; OSHA requirements for your employees as well as public health concerns; review of syringes, needles, cathedars; technical instruction regarding proper injection techniques (IM, IV, Sub-Q); and physically applying them (will require review of some anatomy),emergency procedures for shock; differentially diagnosing referred visceral pain form neuromusculoskeletal etiologies. Other instruction includes sterile technique, review of nutritional articles used in perenteral applications. Includes HO's, slides, and possible video. A certificate of successful completion will be awarded by Texas Chiropractic College's Post-Graduate Department upon completing the coursework and passing the examination. The American Academy of Chiropractic Physicians will administer the final examination and credential the Doctor of Chiropractic who successfully passes the final examination with a 75% or greater.
Every attempt is made to offer these seminars as publicized; however, the Institute for Chiropractic Injectable Nutrients reserves the right to adjust seminar locations, dates, times, etc. due to circumstances beyond our control. No audio or video tape recorders are allowed, and no portion of the seminar may be reproduced in any manner without expressed written consent. Pre-registration is required. The Institute for Chiropractic Injectable Nutrients nor Texas Chiropractic College can be held responsible for any expenses incurred by registrar if a program must be altered and/or canceled. Seminar fee is non-refundable. If the Doctor is unable to attend after pre-registering and payment has been received, the seminar fee will be transferred to another injectable seminar (attended within 12 months of the original seminar) for an administration fee of $25. Any seminar fee not transferred and used within 12 months will be forfeited.