Continuing Education for Techs




6-hour C.E. class for techs. Doctors are also welcome to attend for C.E. credits.

6-Hour C.E. classes for experienced x-ray techs

This 6-hour course is offered for x-ray technicians who have already completed the introductory training — it is not for the beginning student.

The new continuing education course for the 2021-22 academic year will be available around mid-October. It will again be offered online, as an on-demand video course. (Watch at your convenience, and no traveling necessary!) We do not have any in-person classes planned at this time.

For the 2021-22 Academic Year:

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Radiographing the Lower Extremities: 6-Part Series

Pelvis & Hip – Knee – Ankle – Foot Anatomy Radiography (standard projections) Helpful supplementary projections Technical issues regarding quality of lower extremity x-rays Some conditions affecting the lower extremities: Normal variants Trauma Arthritides Tumors Other imaging methods for the lower extremities

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The 2020-21 course is also still available: See “Radiographing the Upper Extremities”.

As a chiropractic x-ray tech, your license expires each year on your birthday. You are required to take 6 hours of C.E. credit each year in order to renew your license.

Non-chiropractic x-ray techs have a 2-year license interval, and do not have a continuing education requirement, but are welcome to take the course!

If you’ve taken the 48-hour introductory class within the past year, and you’ve had a birthday after you received your initial license, you need to take 6 hours of CE before your next birthday.