Full course description
The Primary Spine Practitioner (PSP) Certification Program™ consists of a total of approximately 120 hours of instruction. The program is divided into 4 “units” of instruction, with each unit consisting of two parts: 1) a set of online educational modules (8 -12 hours) and 2) a weekend skill-building workshop (16 hours), along with 2 supportive textbooks. Students are required to pass quizzes accompanying each online educational module. Following each live weekend course, students will also need to pass a unit test which covers both the online learning and live coursework. There is also a final practical competency exam that will be given after the last weekend course (Unit 4) of the PSP series.
Unit 1 addresses the Principles of Primary Spine Care.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, the live weekend workshops may occur virtually through Zoom meetings. The course content will remain interactive and will require participation at schedule times with other members of the cohort.
All 4 units must be completed to be eligible for the certification examination.