CE Seminars

Registration Forms for Re-Licensing Seminars:

April 27-28 '19 OKC CE Seminar

April 27-28 '19 OKC New Dr Orientation

May 18-19 '19 Tulsa CE Registration

May 18-19 '19 Tulsa New Dr Orientation


    • Fee for established/seasoned DC's attending eight (8) CE hrs. is ½ the date appropriate price on flyer, plus $25.00.
    • Newly licensed DC's must attend Sunday's eight (8) hrs. to meet New Dr. Orientation mandates; all 16 for re-licensure.
    • Doctors that already have their required 16 CE hours to re-license, may attend for ½ the date appropriate price on the flyer.
    • The 12 hrs. (Sat. & Sun. am) by Rob Kessinger, D.C., DABCI count toward a nine (9) module Cert. in Chiropractic Family Practice and 29 module DABCI Diplomate.
    • Those outside of Tulsa and OKC, please mail at least a day before deadline date to get postmarked on time. In OKC or Tulsa, note time on drop-box.

      *** Please save a copy of the flyer to refer to for venue address/reservation info, schedule, date, presenter's name and topic. 

History of Unity-One voice Breeds Legislative Success

History tells us here in Oklahoma, that the Chiropractic profession has had more legislative success when one voice with the same message/agenda is delivered at the Capitol. For the most part, that was the case throughout the 1900’s until approximately 1985. The Chiropractic Association of Oklahoma (CAO) was the only Association with a lobbyist, when a separate association sprung up, mainly to acquire membership dollars for the founder to use for reimbursement of travel and entertainment expenses for what he considered to benefit Chiropractic. That action resulted in a small group of other DC’s forming another group with the sole purpose of discrediting that splinter group and be recognized as an elite fund raiser.

None the less, even though there were those multiple groups for approximately a decade, they realized that working harmoniously together as the Joint Chiropractic Association (JCA) with a combined board of directors and one voice the Capitol was far more beneficial for the better good of the whole profession. Consequently, the leadership of all three groups basically dropped their identities with their individual Associations, portraying an even stronger bond to the profession and the Legislators. As a result, the JCA passed or killed 38 pieces of pro or anti-Chiropractic legislation respectively, during the 1985 through 1989 legislative sessions.