"Our clients have enjoyed measured success by reports of decreased pain and improved functionality."
Regardless of your level of experience with Pettibon, register for a website account to join the Pettibon community of providers. By registering and creating a profile, you'll be able to extend the reach of your practice by joining an international network of referring Pettibon practitioners, and you'll have access to latest research, community message boards, and product pricing.
By registering for an online course, you can learn The Pettibon Rehabilitation System, anywhere and at any time. All you need is high-speed Internet connection. Your computer should have a sound card and high-resolution graphics capability. Make sure you have the latest version of Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browsers.
To register, simply click on one of the online courses to find the registration button.
The online courses have reference material which has been formatted into printable documents. To be able to open those, you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader Software. You can download a free version here.
To get the most out of an online learning course, be sure that (space) you're comfortable using your personal computer and the Internet, not easily distracted, and open to planning and sticking to a study schedule.
Brand new to Pettibon Rehabilitation or has it been a long time since your last Pettibon class? The Pettibon Institute recommends that you begin with the Online Courses. They provide you with the foundation of the Pettibon Rehabilitation System and how it can be incorporated in with your technique. These Online Courses are also prerequisites for some Live Instructor-Led Courses.
Ready to get started with Pettibon Rehabilitation or wanting to refresh with current procedure information? Then jump right into the online content. You get to pick where you start with these courses. The first three that are listed are highly recommended if you are taking the Rehab that Works live course. The 5-Part Series Online Courses are designed to be taken in order Part 1, Part 2, etc., however you are welcome to take them in the order that best serves your needs. The live versions of these courses should be available in late 2012 or early 2013.
The online courses have the luxury of time. Smaller chunks of content are presented in-depth in a steady progression going from 'the what' and 'why' to 'how.'
When you complete an online post-test and evaluation form, we send you a Certificate of Completion.
We send a monthly report of doctors who have successfully completed the online courses to the coordinator at Palmer College and PACE (Providers of Approved Continuing Education) at the Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards. The doctors' chiropractic regulatory boards are then informed by the CE providers. Not all boards accept online courses for CE hours and not all boards accept courses from Recognized PACE Providers. We have listed all the CE Re-licensure Requirements for the US and Canada so you can verify what your board accepts.
Fundamentals offers only a few audio and video clips. X-ray Procedures provides extensive audio clips of an instructor/Pettibon practitioner explaining how to set-up x-ray equipment; position patients; and take, mark, and measure x-rays. In Clinic Protocols & Home Care, more than three hours of video clips demonstrate 'the how' of testing, exams, using instruments and rehabilitation equipment, mobilizations, and more. The 5-Part Series takes all the original classes and chunks them into easy to follow and implement parts. They are full of audio, video clips, and PowerPoint material including tests. This online content is requisite for the Live 5-Part Series.
Get a feel for it yourself: check out our preview of online learning courses.