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Please see the new Rule Changes that took effect September 11, 2015, located on our home page.
For those who have received their CCA Certification on or before December 31, 2014 you will need to renew and have received their Continuing Education hours in on or before January 1, 2017.
Courses that are PACE approved with the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards will be accepted for the Certified Chiropractic Assistants. Those individuals who have over 2000 hours or more of employment with an actively licensed chiropractic physician are exempt from taking the 4 hour certification course. However, those individuals with 2000 hours or more of employment will still have to take the examination prior to being issued a certification by the OBCE. The first step in the certification process for all Chiropractic Assistants will be to make application to the board office by submitting the above application with the application fee.
*ATTENTION CA's: Please know that the CCA examination is designed for a comprehensive skill set. The general baseline as outlined in our study guide walks you through the areas to be covered. Some offices use a variety of modalities, some only use a few, however the exam will test for competency over all of them. This is a minimum standard for those having patient contact as any office could get a new machine at any time. Please make sure you are prepared to be tested over passive care modalities in general as well as the other topical sections listed in the study guide. Thank you!