The CCMI Difference
The CCMI Network
From pre-injury multimodal baseline testing to treatment and rehabilitation, our network of clinics and trained practitioners collaborate with physicians to co-manage concussion injuries, helping patients and athletes safely return to learn, work and play. View the course itinerary.
All clinics and practitioners are connected through the CCMI Electronic Medical Record System, which provides an efficient and easy-to-use platform to administer and document patient-related concussion data. This allows patients and athletes access to their medical file and consistent care at any location.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The CCMI Practitioner Certification Course is a comprehensive online, 12-module training program providing evidence-based approaches to concussion care (approximately 35 hours). The program outlines the existing, current and emerging literature and treatment strategies for concussion injuries, ensuring that licensed healthcare practitioners are up to date on the latest in concussion care. All successful practitioners receive access to a network of clinics located around the world and our proprietary Electronic Medical Record (EMR) System.
Licensed healthcare professionals, which may include physicians, physiotherapists, chiropractors, and athletic therapists, among others.
The course is eligible under most continuing education credit or professional development programs. There is a test at the end of each module and a final exam in which participants must achieve a score of 80% to become a recognized CCMI practitioner.
Recognized CCMI clinics must meet certain criteria. To become a recognized CCMI practitioner and clinic, healthcare providers must:
- Have at least one healthcare practitioner on staff whom successfully completed the CCMI Practitioner Certification Course
- Have access to a multi-disciplinary team (e.g., at least one medical doctor, physiotherapist or chiropractor, and support from additional medical practitioners such as neuropsychologist, massage therapist, osteopath, athletic therapist, occupational therapist, and/or kinesiologist, among others)
- Complete an annual re-certification and training with the latest information and research in concussion management
- Have access to ample space and equipment requirements such as: treadmill and stationary bike
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No. A licensed healthcare practitioner cannot complete the Practitioner Certification Course without being affiliated with a recognized CCMI clinic.
Recognized CCMI clinics have access to standardized concussion management strategies; evidence-based education and training; improved efficiencies in administrative processes; cutting-edge technology via the CCMI EMR System; access to a global network of trained practitioners and leading resources; and program development support for your clinic.