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We’re ringing in 2021 with new CE programs from Life West

Life Chiropractic College West is celebrating the new year with a full schedule of Continuing Education (CE) webinars in January. The schedule includes three different two-day programs and an eight-hour session held in conjunction with HJ Ross Seminars.

Life West’s “Morning Joe” and “Lunch With Life West” series will continue with webinars led by Angel Tribuno, DC; Deed Harrison, DC; and Derrell Blackburn, DC. These courses will discuss billing, coding, CBP technique, exam, and patient-centered care.

“If you’re not up-to-date on new billing and coding regulations for 2021, you and your staff can learn from the best,” Life West Director of Postgraduate and Continuing Education Laurie Isenberg said. “We’ve got two different billing/coding seminars in January to help you enter 2021 with confidence. Come earn your CE hours at times that work for you!”

More information on each course can be found below.


Comprehensive and Ethical Billing and Coding

Angel Tribuno, DC

  • Angel Tribuno, DC
  • 8 – 9:40 am, Jan. 12 and Jan. 14
  • 4 billing/coding CE hours

This seminar contains timely, relevant, and engaging information that you need to make your great practice run even better. This four-hour course will provide the chiropractic health care provider with a current and credible systematic approach of proper and ethical billing and coding, including and not limited to patient record documentation and the dimensions of the patient record.


CBP Adjustive Technique

Deed Harrison, DC

  • Deed Harrison, DC
  • 12 – 1:40 pm, Jan. 19 and Jan. 21
  • 4 technique CE hours

This course provides an integrated education for the doctor of chiropractic in Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP), the art of chiropractic technique for spinal abnormalities caused by subluxation and resulting in postural abnormalities and spinal biomechanical disorders. Best practices will be addressed in the adjustive chiropractic technique for correction of spinal aberrant motion and corrective care.


Advanced Chiropractic Billing and Coding

Samuel Collins, DC

  • Samuel Collins, DC, and Shawn Steel, Esq.
  • 8 am – 5 pm, Jan. 23
  • 8 billing/coding CE hours

This course will take chiropractors on a deep dive into billing and coding practices. Among other topics, attendees will learn more about proper diagnosis coding, as well as CPT and documentation requirements, personal injury care, Medicare documentation tools, Veterans Administration authorization, and workers’ compensation protocols.


Patient-Centered Chiropractic: Delivering Quality Care from Start to Finish

Derrell Blackburn, DC

  • Derrell Blackburn, DC
  • 8 – 9:40 am, Jan. 26 and Jan. 28
  • 4 exam/technique CE hours

Patient-centered chiropractic is designed to explain the significant aspects of delivering quality care, facilitating the healing journey of the patient from start to finish. Each team member in a chiropractic office participates in quality care and delivers the results the patient needs to get from where they are to where they want to be. This seminar helps you approach care from a biopsychosocial model, which considers the full health of the patient.

About Life West CE

Continuing education is a critical part of any practicing chiropractor’s career. The California Board of Chiropractic Examiners requires 24 hours of continuing education to retain an active license, 12 of which must be completed via in-person seminars or Zoom-style webinars.

Life West offers exceptional continuing education classes for chiropractors. Stay current with mandated licensing requirements as you hone existing skills and learn about new and developing methodologies. See all the CE courses Life West offers online at ce.lifewest.edu.

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