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CBP® Certification

Good DC’s Know What to Do. Better DC’s Know How to Do It.
The Best DC’s Know Why.

The Techniques of Chiropractic BioPhysics® have been proven in practice for nearly 30 years. And, for the past 15 years they’ve been subjected to more clinical trials and the scrutiny of peer-reviewed research publications than any other chiropractic approach. This year we have restructured the majority of our CBP® Technique seminars to include newly identified materials and to meet the current demands of practicing chiropractors on both a state of the art research/scientific and a practice logistics basis.

So it’s safe to say that CBP practitioners know their stuff. And CBP certification shows they know it well. CBP Certified DCs are featured on our popular Chiropractic web site and patient-referral directory.

To this end, we would like to inform you of the current CBP Technique General and Advanced Certification programs. Get started today. For more detailed information or to register, browse to our seminar registration on this website.

General CBP Certification involves attending 7 Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) technique seminars to learn the fundamentals of CBP and successfully passing a test to demonstrate mastery of the methods. The 7 courses are post-graduate courses and cover approximately 90 hours of credits that are approved across a spectrum of continuing education categories.

2012 CBP General Certification Requirements

1. Basics of CBP: Radiographic & Postural Protocols;
2. Mirror Image Drop Table Adj. Leg Length Inequality & Orthotics;
3. Mirror Image Instrument Adjusting & Upper Cervical Analysis;
4. Structural Rehabilitation of the Cervical Spine;
5. Structural Rehabilitation of the Lumbar Spine;
6. Structural Rehab of Thoracic Spine & Case Management;
7. CBP Hands on Training Workshop.

Basic Certification Test

The Chiropractor must sit and pass a test of CBP theoretical and practical application. The test consists of written questions, x-ray analysis, postural analysis, and clinical intervention.

Key Features Bonus Features for CBP® General Certification

The Chiropractor must sit and pass a test of CBP theoretical and practical application. The test consists of written questions, x-ray analysis, postural analysis, and clinical intervention.

1. General CBP Certified Chiropractors will have a priority listing category on the New CBP patient
    referral Website. 
2. General CBP Chiropractors receive seminar entrance at the reduce rate of $279. (does not include
    CE's) and does not include the CBP Annual Conference.
3. Access to the CBP Trained / or Certified Seal Logos for use on their websites. Note there specific
    terms of use for these. Email Dr. Deed Harrison for this information and the seal.
4. Note - The Chiropractor must attend a CBP Run Seminar 1 x every 2 years in order to maintain
    their Certification standing. Otherwise this will be revoked until the seminar attendance
    is updated.

Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP®) General Certification ‘Test’

Once the above 7 certification seminar requirements are met, the clinician will be required to:

a. Sit an informal test consisting of 45 multiple choice questions and analyze/measure a x-ray
    line drawing view.
b. The Chiropractor will then be required to perform a series of ‘mock’ Mirror Image™ adjustments
    using a hand held instrument and/or the PCT drop table.
c. General Certification Tests will only be offered at specific technique seminars - doctors
    must call in advance to register for the test (1-800-346-5146).
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Basic Certification Status of a Chiropractor is not equivalent to CBP® Instructor Status and gives the individual Chiropractor-Person no rights and privileges to CBP® technique copyright protected materials or methods or names.

CBP® Advanced Certification – In addition to the 7 Basic Certification Requirements, the Chiropractor must attend additional training in 7 specialized seminars. Testing for Advanced Certification includes presenting a case using CBP procedures to peers at a CBP Annual Conference and verifying the use of CBP-related spinal rehabilitative equipment in your practice. These 7 additional courses are post-graduate courses and cover approximately 180 hours of credits (when combined with the 7 General CBP Courses) that are approved across a spectrum of continuing education categories.

2012 CBP Advanced Certification Requirements

Once the above 7 certification seminar requirements are met, the clinician will be required to:

8. Pediatrics;
9. Neurology, Posture, & Systemic Health;
10. Scoliotic Deformity Analysis & Management;
11. Whiplash Trauma
12. Advanced Full Spine Analysis & Techniques;
13. Spinal Biomechanics: Subluxation & Nerve Interference.
14. Attend CBP Annual and Present your Case Report

Advanced Certification Test

The Chiropractor must prepare a case presentation. The doctor then will present the case to their peers at the CBP Annual Conference and in written form. The patient must be treated using CBP Technique protocols and procedures. The Chiropractor must submit a list depicting the types of CBP related spinal rehabilitative equipment in their clinic.

Key Bonus Features for CBP® Advanced Certification

1. Advanced CBP® Certified Chiropractors will have priority listing on the New CBP patient
    referral Website. 
2. Advanced CBP Chiropractors receive seminar entrance at the reduce rate of $249 (does
    not include CE's) and does not include the CBP Annual Conference.
3. Advanced CBP Chiropractors receive 10% off all CBP Seminars Owned Products (contact
    us for specific products).
4. Access to the CBP Trained / or Certified Seal Logos for use on their websites. Note there
    specific terms of use for these. Email Dr. Deed Harrison for this information and the seal. 
5. Note - The Chiropractor must attend a CBP Run Seminar 1 x every 2 years in order to
    maintain their Certification standing. Otherwise this will be revoked until the seminar
    attendance is updated.

Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP®) Advanced Certification ‘Test’

Once the above 14 certification seminar requirements are met, the clinician will be required to:

a. Prepare and present a case presentation at either the CBP® Annual or Semi-Annual
    Conference. This case must be a recent patient case from your clinic where you treated
    said patient using CBP® Technique protocols and procedures. You must obtain informed
    consent from your patient giving you permission to present their case at the CBP®
    Conference and for possible submission to a peer-reviewed chiropractic journal for
    consideration for publication.
b. You must submit a current photograph depicting the types of CBP® related spinal
    rehabilitative equipment in your Chiropractic clinic. A list of the equipment needs
    to be provided detailing the type of rehabilitation (in short) that the equipment can
    provide. For example, CBP® recommends some form of cervical, thoracic, and lumbar
    traction devices, exercise equipment, and drop table or hand held instrument.
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Advanced Certification Status of a Chiropractor is not equivalent to CBP® Instructor Status and gives the individual Chiropractor-Person-no rights and privileges to CBP® technique copyright protected materials or methods or names.