To meet the needs of the community we offer two levels of training; Certificate in Motor Vehicle Injuries and Diplomate in Motor Vehicle Injuries. Each of these have distinct requirements in terms of hours of instruction, time in practice, and testing.
Doctors of Chiropractic who have successfully completed the core course toward the Certificate in Motor Vehicle Injuries may be eligible to be certified by the American Board of Independent Medical Examiner as a Certified Independent Chiropractic Examiner.
The ABIME Requirements are:
- Chiropractic License current and unrestricted illustrating the expiration date
- No record of disciplinary action for an ethical or other offense by a state board of chiropractic licensure within the past five years
- Must have practiced chiropractic a minimum of 20 hours per week for a period of 5 years prior to submitting an application
- Within one year prior to taking the exam, completion of at least fifteen hours of continuing medical or chiropractic education in impairment rating and independent medical evaluation (30 hours of education in the field of impairment rating and medical evaluation are strongly recommended.)
- Signed agreement to abide by the ABIME Guidelines of Conduct
Further information and an application are available at the ABIME website