CXT 48 Hour Training Program
Do you have a CA who is interested in becoming a Chiropractic X-Ray Technologist?
The TCA has announced dates for our Spring CXT 48 Hour Training!

Spring Training Session was cancelled due to insufficient registration, please see below for Fall dates.

Fall 2018 CXT Training Dates & Times
(All hours must be attended for the full 48 hour requirement)

 Session I
  • October 13, Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm CT
  • October 14, Sunday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm CT

Session II

  • Distance Learning: computer and internet required

Session III

  • October 27, Saturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm CT
  • October 28, Sunday 9:30 am – 3:00 pm CT
  • Exam Following final session, testing in meeting room

Download the Fall 2018 CXT Registration Packet and registration forms.

If you are interested in sending a staff member, complete and return the CXT Training Application packet (CXT CE Registration form also included). All 48 Hour Course applications and exam fees are due by September 28, 2018.  If sufficient registrations are not received by that date, the course will be cancelled.  Continuing education credits for licensed CXTs will also be available (see packet for details).


Training program classes are scheduled based on demand.  If you are considering becoming a Chiropractic X-Ray Technologist, contact the TCA to add your name to the list of interested applicants.  This will ensure that you receive registration information when it becomes available.

The TCA Chiropractic X-Ray Technologist (CXT) 48 Hour Training Program is a hybrid educational program with two live weekend sessions for a total of 26 classroom hours and a 22-hour distance learning component. Applicants must have an email address, computer access, and internet service to complete these requirements. All classroom and distance learning work must be completed before course credit is allowed.

Educational sessions will provide participants with a fundamental knowledge of the nature and production of x-rays, along with radiation protection, radiographic techniques, patient care and positioning, equipment maintenance, radiographic anatomy, x-ray quality control, and instruction on Tennessee statues and rules pertaining to the chiropractic x-ray technologist. A primary objective of this seminar will be to prepare participants to obtain a radiograph with the greatest amount of clinical benefit and with the least possible risk to both the patient and the operator.


If you are unable to attend the upcoming CXT 48 Hour Training, but are interested in future dates, please contact the TCA to be added to our list of interested applicants.