SCUHS offers chiropractic postgraduate education in a variety of specialty areas - sports medicine, rehabilitation, and oriental medicine. SCUHS also offers annual seminars which meet license renewal requirements, presenting the most contemporary trends in clinical care. Although based in California, SCUHS programs are also available for presentation in other states in conjunction with state chiropractic associations, or as stand-alone seminars.
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