Requirements for Chiropractic Orthopedic/Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Diplomate Examination
A certificate of completion is required from a CCE-approved chiropractic college/university noting that the candidate has completed a course of education as presented by the institution. The minimum requirement is 300 hours to sit the Diplomate examination offered by the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (IANM).
To secure the position to sit the Diplomate examination process, send a letter of intent to the Academy Executive Director. You will receive a packet of information detailing the requirements, and forms to assist you in obtaining the required documentation to sit the examination. This information includes the application form, request for transcripts, and license information. Once you receive this packet, you will have the opportunity to choose the date and location of the online Part I examination. You must send a letter of intent to the Executive Director via Contact Us or for more information; you can call the Academy office at (612) 454–1472. Expediting the requested information will assure your preferred date. If the necessary documentation is not received prior to the scheduled date, an alternate date will have to be chosen.
The Academy Part I and Part II examinations are an online process. The packet received will outline the necessary steps to take the online examination. The Academy website will post the days and months that are available for the candidate to choose on the Exam Calendar page. A non-refundable application fee of $95 USD is required to start the application process. The Examination Fee for Part I and Part II is $950 each payable in USD. Payment information is located on the Exam Calendar page. Final payment must be received 14 days before each examination date chosen by the candidate.
The Academy has remote proctoring available for the Part I examination. Part II remote has not been completed at this time. Check with the Academy to note changes.
Successful completion of Part I qualifies the candidate for Part II Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE).