The American Chiropractic Board on Occupational Health (ACBOH) is the credentialing body for the Chiropractic Occupational Health and Applied Ergonomics postgraduate Diplomate program.
The purpose of the Diplomate program is to equip Doctors of Chiropractic with education and information relevant to providing chiropractic occupational health and applied ergonomic services to industry and business. The program consists of three phases, each phase accounting for 120 hours of specialized education for a total of 360 hours to be completed for obtaining Diplomate credentials in the American Chiropractic Board on Occupational Health (DACBOH). The 360 hour program includes the completion of a project conducted onsite a workplace or completion of a research project relevant to the specialty.
The educational program is available at this time through Northwestern Health Sciences University (Bloomington, MN) in DVD (distance learning) format.
Upon completion of educational requirements, doctors may apply to sit for the examinations determining the candidates proficiency in the specialty field.