The MLIU Certification Program
The College of Chiropractic Pediatrics at Mission Life International University offers a postgraduate education which is specifically designed to increase your confidence and competence in your management of the pediatric patient. From the moment the child first enters your practice, through the history taking and physical examination, the spinal and cranial adjusting procedures, to the specific management strategies
most appropriate for the child.
The College of Chiropractic Pediatrics Offers Two Programs. A Masters Certification Program (185 hours) and a Pediatric Diplomate Program (375 hours)
The MLIU Masters Certification Program is a comprehensive post graduate185-hour pediatric program designed to broaden your expertise in the assessment, adjustment and management of infants, toddlers and other children. All programs are 100% online. You are provided with a username and password, which then gives you access 24/7 from any device where you can access the internet. This includes, I-Pads, laptops, PC’s and Macs. It is possible to successfully complete the modules inside each program within a few months however our experience is that chiropractors continue to refer back to the programs again and again, over many months and even years. The cutting-edge educational technology providing over 300 videos and numerous interactive e-books are a wealth of ongoing resources for the family/pediatric chiropractor.
Our MLIU Pediatric Diplomate Program delivers more than 50 hours of hands on adjusting of newborns, infants, and toddlers. A Diplomate is an advanced pediatric chiropractor whose credentials have been verified, who has successfully passed all examinations, and who demonstrates specialized knowledge and skill. A Diplomate is dedicated to providing exceptional patient care through a voluntary commitment to lifelong learning. Upon successful completion of the Diplomate Program, chiropractors receive the Diplomate in Clinical Chiropractic Pediatrics (DICCP). To get the DICCP credential DC’s must have completed the certification program, the diplomate program (375 hours) and pass the DICCP examination, both oral and written, conducted by MLIU College of Chiropractic Pediatrics.