Dr. Baar is an American Chiropractic Rehabilitation Board (A.C.R.B.) Level 1. The ACRB credentials, certifies, and recertifies qualified doctors of chiropractic . The ACRB was developed in 1995 under the auspices of the American Chiropractic Association's (ACA) Council on Chiropractic Rehabilitation. The ACRB is recognized as a certifying agency for chiropractic rehabilitation by the ACA.
The ACRB establishes criteria for education, testing, and review processes. It reviews:
Educational attainments of candidates
Relevant work experience of each candidate
Prerequisites needed for testing
Individual histories of felonies or convictions
Individual's examination performance and requirements
Review and verification of licensure
Practice requirements in order to perform rehabilitation
Ongoing competency evaluation
In order for the Board to keep a doctor of chiropractic on the active registry, a yearly recertification process must be completed.
Dr. Baar is currently listed on the Active Registry of the ACRB. Dr. Baar has successfully completed the 3-year (300-hour) post-doctorate education and testing requirements for ACRB certification.
WHY A REHABILITATION SPECIALIST?
A good way to look at rehabilitation is to think about what it takes to build something. Let's take a house as an example. You can have all the necessary items required to build it. The right amount of concrete, dry wall, nails, insulation, electrical wires, flooring, and doors. That's not enough. You need to have a plan and even with the proper supplies and a proper plan that's still not enough! What's left? Perhaps, the most important ingredient . . . you need to hire a contractor. And not just any contractor; you would like to have someone with knowledge, experience, and skill. By becoming board certified rehabilitation doctors we feel like we have gone that extra distance it takes to become that quality builder - a builder of more dependable spines.