Ronald J. Riegel D.V.M., FASLMS
Scott Theirl, DC
Stacey Nottingham, DC
Steven C. Lund, DC, LMT
Thomas Bayne, DC
Timothy Bertelsman; DC, CCSP
Brandon Steele; BS, BA, DC
Timothy Mirtz DC, PhD, CAPE 
Todd Cielo, DC

Ethical Boundaries Doctors Should Avoid

FL Law Updates to Florida PIP Law

Medical Errors - What Chiropractors are Getting Disciplined For

OTC and Herb Drug Interaction


Documenting Patient Presentations and Reactions with Occipital Neuralgia

FL Laws and Rules

Critical Steps to Protect Your Practice from Audits

Detoxification & Drainage – Parallel Tradition in Clinical Homeopathy

Ovarian Cancer

Georgia Chiropractic Laws and Rules Jurisprudence

Functional Medicine the Wave of the Future. What is it, and How to prosper in these Uncertain Times. Futuristic Health Care Today

Documentation and Ethical Evaluation and Management of Whiplash Associated Disorders

Documentation and Ethical Evaluation and Management of Chronic Pain Syndrome

How Muscle Testing Can Improve Clinical Outcomes

No Fault Motor Vehicle FL Law

Compliant Documentation and CPT Coding

Compliance, Privacy and Security Procedure Requirements for the Chiropractic Office

Medical Necessity and Direct Therapeutic Relationships. How to Protect your Office Against Post Payment Audits

Documentation in the 21st Century

Risk Management for Private Practice

Ethics and Boundary in the Chiropractic Office

Injury, Inflammation & Pain Relief Risk Management Considerations

Acupuncture Risk and Safety

Extraordinary Vessels and Host Guest to Treat Chronic Pain Syndromes

Acupressure Point Assessment Correlated with Nutritional and Microcurrent Therapy

Manual Lumbar Distraction Technique

Chiropractic Risk Management

Laser Therapy A Paradigm in Chiropractic Practice

The Many Faces of Fatigue Thyroid, Adrenal & Sex Hormones, Neurotransmitters & Mitochondria

The Ultimate Brain

The Biology of Adiposity

Migraine Headache

Forget What You Know About Probiotics

Vitamin K2-7 The Most Important Anti-Aging Nutrient

Recognizing Threatening Conditions that Mimic Common Complaints

“Best Practice” Evidence for Managing LBP

Non-Manipulative Approaches to Coordination Disorders

Ligament Laxity, Report Writing, X-ray Analysis, and Permanent Injury


Some states only allow 8 hours per day of instruction. It is your responsibility to check your state rules.​

States Applied for - Awaiting Approval:​

ACBN, Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,  Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey,  New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Vermont ND, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming

Since each state CE credits can vary; if you have any questions about a specific state please contact us at 

and we will be happy to give you that information as we receive it.

We do  not apply for CE credits in the following states due to high application fees and/or low demand.
Arizona, Arkansas, California, Hawaii Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Oklahoma​, Pennsylvania and Tennessee

FCPA Member 1st Time Seminar Attendee DC             $99
FCPA Member Up-to Date 2017 Dues DC                     $165
FCPA Member Unpaid 2017 Dues                                 $205
Out of State DC                                                              $140
FCPA Non-Member DC                                                 $225
Retired DC requires credits                                           $140
CCPA                                                                                $75
Office Staff                                                                    FREE
1st year Florida Licensee                                              FREE
(First License New graduate Only)

The Rosen Plaza Hotel

Attractively located on Orlando’s International Drive, Rosen Plaza Hotel is across the street from the Pointe Orlando shopping and entertainment complex.  This premier hotel is at the center of Orlando’s famous theme parks, only 15 minutes from downtown Orlando, across the street from Pointe Orlando shopping, dining and entertainment complex, and only 15 minutes from Orlando International Airport.

For more information on the hotel please visit their website.

We have secured great hotel room rates of $89 per night

The group block discount will be offered until July 7th, 2017 and it is subject to availability. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

The rate is available for nights from August 5th until August 15th, 2017 if you wish to arrive early or stay longer.
For online booking please click here, if you wish to call the hotel directly please call 1-800-627-8258 and make sure you indicate you are part of the FCPA Summer 2017 CE Seminar when making your booking

Summer 2017 CE Seminar at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, FL  August 11th - 13th, 2017

up to 28 CE Credits over three days in the state of Florida

10 hours on Friday, 10 hours on Saturday and 8 hours on Sunday

​Some states only allow 8 hours per day of instruction. It is your responsibility to check your state rules.​

Abraham Ovadia, JD
Bill Heyser, DC, MD, DABCN, DACBN
Brandon Perkins, JD, DC
David Klein, CPC, CHC
Donese Worden, NMD
Douglas Levine, DC
Gene Berbenick, DC
James Cima, DC
James J. Lehman, DC, FACO

Jay Martienthal, DC, DIBAK
JD Underwood, JD
John Davenport, DC
John K. Maltby DC, FICA
Kenneth Ross, JD, DC
Kerry McCord, DC, DIBAK
Marna Rasmussen A.P.
Michael Epitropoulos, DC, PhD
Patrick Danzey, DC

The Summer 2017 Schedule is PENDING FL state board APPROVAL and is subject to change without prior notice.
 Nutrition lectures are pending ACBN approval.

The schedule is available to view in a pdf format or jpg (picture)

27 Speakers - 46 Lectures - 88 CEUs to choose from
Core Classes available each day