Pediatrics 201: Supplementary Chiropractic Pediatrics Distance Learning 2022

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January 15, 2022 - December 29, 2022


CE Credits Available

Join us for recorded Pediatrics focused CE hours, available January – December 31, 2022

Courses Offered:

  • Preconception Chiropractic Care
  • Assessing and Managing Patients at Risk for Hypermobility
  • Functional Exercises for Pregnant Women and New Mothers
  • Postpartum Postural Distortions
  • Developmental Milestones and Reflexes as it Applies to Chiropractic Consideration
  • Development and Physical Evaluation of the Young Athlete
  • Managing Complex Cases in Chiropractic Practice: Pelvic Deformity & Pregnancy and Duane Syndrome


Sarah Baribeau, MS

Stephanie O'Neill Bhogal, DC, DICCP

Alaina Rowswell Kulikowski, DC, DICCP

Anne-Marie Roy, DC, DICCP

Meghan Van Loon, PT, DC, DICCP, FICPA

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Virtual Exhibitor


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CE Hours: 1 hours
Speakers: Meghan Van Loon, PT, DC, DICCP, FICPA

Defining the importance of chiropractic care prior to concept:

  • Assessment of patient’s health, existing conditions and prior chiropractic treatments
  • Correcting existing concerns prior to conception and reasons for any preconception care
    • Proper spinal alignment, eliminating VSC, proper muscular function, proper cell function
  • Addressing Environmental and nutritional concerns
  • Addressing patient stress level
  • Evaluating and addressing patient’s exercise level
CE Hours: 2 hours
Speakers: Sarah Baribeau, MS

Detailed explanation on the following benefits and their relation to ongoing chiropractic care:

  • Musculo skeletal pain in the pregnant patient
  • Detection and exercises for diastasis
  • Core strength in the pregnant patient and appropriate exercise
  • Assessment & Guidelines for both pregnant and postpartum patient’s physical activity
  • Pelvic floor strength assessment and strengthening exercises
CE Hours: 2 hours
Speakers: Meghan Van Loon, PT, DC, DICCP, FICPA

Review of postural correction and chiropractic care for the following distortions:

  • Observation and documentation
  • Utilizing patient history during a postural examination
  • Typical Pregnancy Posture, observation and correction
  • Upper and lower extremity complaints
    • Carpal tunnel, shoulder, foot and ankle, hamstring
  • Cervical and thoracic spine complaints, and recognition
  • Lumbar spine injury and low back pain
  • Assessment & Guidelines for both pregnant and postpartum patient’s physical activity
  • Pelvic floor strength assessment and strengthening exercises
CE Hours: 2 hours
Speakers: Alaina Rowswell Kulikowski, DC, DICCP
  • Defining Normal Reflexes for first year of life
    • Demonstrating and aging changes at each stage
  • Identifying developmental milestones for first year of life
    • 0-2 mos, 3-4 mos, 5-7 mos, 8-10mos, 11-13 mos, 14 mos +
  • Atypical Findings and Application to practice
    • Assisting mother/ infant breastfeeding goals with evaluating reflexes
    • Monitoring reflexes as baby continues to grow and progress
    • Utilizing reflexes to accomplish skill
  • Social skill monitoring and communicating with patients care team
  • Developing chiropractic care plans for developmental delays
CE Hours: 2 hours
Speakers: Stephanie O'Neill Bhogal, DC, DICCP
  • Introduce pediatric cervical spine hypermobility/instability and the challenges this presents for the chiropractor managing these complex cases
  • Discuss common conditions associated with cervical spine hypermobility/instability (30 mins)
    • Down Syndrome
    • Ehlers- Danlos Syndrome
    • Juvenile RA
  • Present current guidelines for assessing patients with possible hypermobility/instability
    • Imaging & mensuration
  • Discuss appropriate modifications to chiropractic care
    • Low-force technique approaches
    • Demonstration
  • Case presentations
CE Hours: 2 hours
Speakers: Anne-Marie Roy, DC, DICCP
  • Evaluating physical development of your adolescent patient
  • Assessing and evaluating neurological development
  • Defining global motricity as it pertains to adolescence
  • Sexual maturation as it concerns to young athlete patients
  • Building and utilizing clinical exams specific to young adolescent athletes
    • Physical, neurological
    • Pre existing conditions
  • Communication and continuing care around appropriate recovery and athletic training
CE Hours: 1 hours
Speakers: Stephanie O'Neill Bhogal, DC, DICCP
  • Case Presentation: Patient with Pelvic Deformity
  • Discuss and define pelvic deformity
    • Implications for birth
    • Cephalopelvic disproportion
  • Appropriate modifications for each patient
    • Initial evaluation, Preexisting conditions, previous chiropractic experience
  • Chiropractic analysis and care plan for the patient

Continuing Education

State/Region CE Status Notes
Alabama Approved
Alaska Approved
Arkansas Approved
California Approved
Colorado Approved
Connecticut Approved
Delaware Approved
District of Columbia Approved
Florida Pending
Georgia Approved
Hawaii Pending
Idaho Approved
Illinois Approved
Indiana Approved
Iowa Approved
Kansas Approved
Kentucky Approved Limit of 8 CE hours per day.
Maine Approved
Maryland Approved
Massachusetts Approved
Michigan Pending
Minnesota Approved
Mississippi Approved
Missouri Approved
Montana Approved
Nebraska Approved
Nevada Approved
New Hampshire Pending
New Jersey Approved
New York Approved
North Carolina Approved
North Dakota Approved
Ohio Approved
Oregon Approved
Pennsylvania Pending
Puerto Rico Approved
Rhode Island Approved
South Carolina Approved
South Dakota Approved
Tennessee Approved
Texas Approved
Utah Approved
Vermont Approved
Virginia Approved
Washington Approved
Wisconsin Pending
Wyoming Approved
Alberta Approved
Manitoba Approved
New Brunswick Approved
Nova Scotia Approved
Ontario Approved
Quebec Approved
Saskatchewan Pending

While applications relating to credit hours for license renewal in elected states have been executed for these programs, it remains attendees’ responsibility to contact the state board(s) from whom they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approve both venue and content as they relate to any seminar/course/lecture/webinar/online presentation (event). Neither a speaker’s or exhibitor’s presence at said event, nor product mention or display, shall in any way constitute the CE provider’s endorsement. The CE provider’s role is strictly limited to processing, submitting, and archiving program documents on behalf of course sponsors.


Registration & Pricing

An added benefit of of being a member of the Pediatrics Council is a discount on this program.  Please consider joining the ICA Council on Pediatrics today!

Registration Pricing
ICA/ Pediatrics Member - DC $250
Non Member - DC $350

Once you register, you will receive an email with instructions to access your courses and receive your digital CE certificate upon completion. If you have any questions, please contact Juan Perez in the ICA home office at 

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