Physicians

Radiology

Review the list of Radiology courses offered. Click on any course title to reveal the course description, information about registering, and course details.

CL 2122 Patient Care in Radiology (6 CE Hours, $99)

CE Hours - 6

Price - $99

Provider - DConline


This six-hour course discusses the methods available to the doctor of chiropractic to obtain quality x-ray images and to reduce patient exposure to radiation from x-ray. The course is designed to provide Chiropractors with current information on x-ray production, patient protection, and procedures related to producing quality radiographs in the chiropractic office. The learner’s activities and actual course time is tracked electronically. The learner is engaged in this distance-based class by the use of interactive teaching tools.


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CL 2123 Special Imaging for the Chiropractic Patient (10 CE Hours, $177)

CE Hours - 10

Price - $177

Provider - DConline


This course will provide you with the current information concerning special imaging of the chiropractic patient. This course will help the student review plain film highlights of the spine and extremities, develop a plan to decide if special imaging is really needed, recognize the uses of nuclear imaging in athletics, understand when to implement CT imaging in athletics, recognize when MRI should be utilized in athletics, and review case studies in radiology.


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CL 2493 Advanced Imaging Overview of the Spine and Extremities (5 CE Hours, $100)

CE Hours - 5

Price - $100

Provider - UWS CE


Course Description

This lecture will focus on the advanced imaging findings of common injuries seen in the spine, hip, and shoulder and correlating those findings clinically to determine the best diagnosis and follow-up. In addition, we will look at the appearance of common nomenclature used when describing lumbar spine MRI findings, especially Modic degenerative changes and disc bulges and herniations, and discuss what it means for the patient and clinician.


Course Goals

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rationale behind ordering advanced imaging of the spine or extremities and what types of imaging are best for certain areas and conditions.
  2. Review common descriptive terms and MRI findings of the lumbar spine, including Modic changes and types of disc bulges and herniations, and discuss clinical correlation of these findings to the patient.
  3. Review the imaging findings of common injuries of the cervical spine, hip, and shoulder and discuss correlation of those imaging findings with clinical findings to determine the best diagnosis.

Course Structure

  1. Lessons. The content in this course is broken down into navigable lessons. Each lesson contains questions to assess your understanding of the course material. CE credit for the course is awarded upon successful completion of the lessons. All of the lessons may be retaken as necessary.
  2. Resources. Additional resources are provided.
  3. Time. This system tracks the time you spend online in the course. As this is a 5-hour course, to be able to print your certificate, you must spend at least 85% of the CE hours actively engaged in the course.

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CL 2494 Advanced Imaging Overview (1 CE Hour, $25)

CE Hours - 1

Price - $25

Provider - UWS CE


Course Description

This lecture will focus on the advanced imaging findings of common injuries seen in the spine, hip, and shoulder and correlating those findings clinically to determine the best diagnosis and follow-up. In addition, we will look at the appearance of common nomenclature used when describing lumbar spine MRI findings, especially Modic degenerative changes and disc bulges and herniations, and discuss what it means for the patient and clinician.


Course Goals

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rationale behind ordering advanced imaging of the spine or extremities and what types of imaging are best for certain areas and conditions.
  2. Review common descriptive terms and MRI findings of the lumbar spine, including Modic changes and types of disc bulges and herniations, and discuss clinical correlation of these findings to the patient.
  3. Review the imaging findings of common injuries of the cervical spine, hip, and shoulder and discuss correlation of those imaging findings with clinical findings to determine the best diagnosis.

Course Structure

  1. Lessons. The content in this course is broken down into a navigable lesson. The lesson contains questions to assess your understanding of the course material. CE credit for the course is awarded upon successful completion of the lesson. The lesson may be retaken as necessary.
  2. Resources. Additional resources are provided.
  3. Time. This system tracks the time you spend online in the course. As this is a 1-hour course, to be able to print your certificate, you must spend at least 85% of the CE hours actively engaged in the course.

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CL 2495 Cervical Spine Imaging (1 CE Hour, $25)

CE Hours - 1

Price - $25

Provider - UWS CE


Course Description

This lecture will focus on the advanced imaging findings of common injuries seen in the spine, hip, and shoulder and correlating those findings clinically to determine the best diagnosis and follow-up. In addition, we will look at the appearance of common nomenclature used when describing lumbar spine MRI findings, especially Modic degenerative changes and disc bulges and herniations, and discuss what it means for the patient and clinician.

This module will provide an overview of common injuries of the cervical spine and the imaging findings associated with those injuries, with a focus on advanced imaging findings.


Course Goals

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rationale behind ordering advanced imaging of the spine or extremities and what types of imaging are best for certain areas and conditions.
  2. Review common descriptive terms and MRI findings of the lumbar spine, including Modic changes and types of disc bulges and herniations, and discuss clinical correlation of these findings to the patient.
  3. Review the imaging findings of common injuries of the cervical spine, hip, and shoulder and discuss correlation of those imaging findings with clinical findings to determine the best diagnosis.

Course Structure

  1. Lessons. The content in this course is broken down into a navigable lesson. The lesson contains questions to assess your understanding of the course material. CE credit for the course is awarded upon successful completion of the lesson. The lesson may be retaken as necessary.
  2. Resources. Additional resources are provided.
  3. Time. This system tracks the time you spend online in the course. As this is a 1-hour course, to be able to print your certificate, you must spend at least 85% of the CE hours actively engaged in the course.

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CL 2496 Lumbar Spine Imaging (1 CE Hour, $25)

CE Hours - 1

Price - $25

Provider - UWS CE


Course Description

This lecture will focus on the advanced imaging findings of common injuries seen in the spine, hip, and shoulder and correlating those findings clinically to determine the best diagnosis and follow-up. In addition, we will look at the appearance of common nomenclature used when describing lumbar spine MRI findings, especially Modic degenerative changes and disc bulges and herniations, and discuss what it means for the patient and clinician.

This module will provide an overview of common injuries of the lumbar spine and the imaging findings associated with those injuries, with a focus on advanced imaging findings.


Course Goals

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rationale behind ordering advanced imaging of the spine or extremities and what types of imaging are best for certain areas and conditions.
  2. Review common descriptive terms and MRI findings of the lumbar spine, including Modic changes and types of disc bulges and herniations, and discuss clinical correlation of these findings to the patient.
  3. Review the imaging findings of common injuries of the cervical spine, hip, and shoulder and discuss correlation of those imaging findings with clinical findings to determine the best diagnosis.

Course Structure

  1. Lessons. The content in this course is broken down into a navigable lesson. The lesson contains questions to assess your understanding of the course material. CE credit for the course is awarded upon successful completion of the lesson. The lesson may be retaken as necessary.
  2. Resources. Additional resources are provided.
  3. Time. This system tracks the time you spend online in the course. As this is a 1-hour course, to be able to print your certificate, you must spend at least 85% of the CE hours actively engaged in the course.

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CL 2497 Shoulder Imaging (1 CE Hour, $25)

CE Hours - 1

Price - $25

Provider - UWS CE


Course Description

This lecture will focus on the advanced imaging findings of common injuries seen in the spine, hip, and shoulder and correlating those findings clinically to determine the best diagnosis and follow-up. In addition, we will look at the appearance of common nomenclature used when describing lumbar spine MRI findings, especially Modic degenerative changes and disc bulges and herniations, and discuss what it means for the patient and clinician.

This module will provide an overview of common injuries of the shoulder and the imaging findings associated with those injuries, with a focus on advanced imaging findings.


Course Goals

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rationale behind ordering advanced imaging of the spine or extremities and what types of imaging are best for certain areas and conditions.
  2. Review common descriptive terms and MRI findings of the lumbar spine, including Modic changes and types of disc bulges and herniations, and discuss clinical correlation of these findings to the patient.
  3. Review the imaging findings of common injuries of the cervical spine, hip, and shoulder and discuss correlation of those imaging findings with clinical findings to determine the best diagnosis.

Course Structure

  1. Lessons. The content in this course is broken down into a navigable lesson. The lesson contains questions to assess your understanding of the course material. CE credit for the course is awarded upon successful completion of the lesson. The lesson may be retaken as necessary.
  2. Resources. Additional resources are provided.
  3. Time. This system tracks the time you spend online in the course. As this is a 1-hour course, to be able to print your certificate, you must spend at least 85% of the CE hours actively engaged in the course.

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CL 2498 Hip Imaging (1 CE Hour, $25)

CE Hours - 1

Price - $25

Provider - UWS CE


Course Description

This lecture will focus on the advanced imaging findings of common injuries seen in the spine, hip, and shoulder and correlating those findings clinically to determine the best diagnosis and follow-up. In addition, we will look at the appearance of common nomenclature used when describing lumbar spine MRI findings, especially Modic degenerative changes and disc bulges and herniations, and discuss what it means for the patient and clinician.

This module will provide an overview of common injuries of the hip and the imaging findings associated with those injuries, with a focus on advanced imaging findings.


Course Goals

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  1. Discuss the rationale behind ordering advanced imaging of the spine or extremities and what types of imaging are best for certain areas and conditions.
  2. Review common descriptive terms and MRI findings of the lumbar spine, including Modic changes and types of disc bulges and herniations, and discuss clinical correlation of these findings to the patient.
  3. Review the imaging findings of common injuries of the cervical spine, hip, and shoulder and discuss correlation of those imaging findings with clinical findings to determine the best diagnosis.

Course Structure

  1. Lessons. The content in this course is broken down into a navigable lesson. The lesson contains questions to assess your understanding of the course material. CE credit for the course is awarded upon successful completion of the lesson. The lesson may be retaken as necessary.
  2. Resources. Additional resources are provided.
  3. Time. This system tracks the time you spend online in the course. As this is a 1-hour course, to be able to print your certificate, you must spend at least 85% of the CE hours actively engaged in the course.

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X-Ray Fundamentals (6 CE Hours, $110)

CE Hours - 6

Price - $110

Provider - The Wise DC


This course will cover the fundamentals of x-ray technology, quality control, diagnosis, and physiology. It will introduce the x-ray analysis of the normal anatomical structures and the congenital anomalies of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spines.


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X-Ray Fundamentals (10 CE Hours, $188)

CE Hours - 10

Price - $180

Provider - The Wise DC


This course will cover the fundamentals of x-ray technology, quality control, diagnosis, and physiology. It will introduce the x-ray analysis of the normal anatomical structures and the congenital anomalies of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spines.


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X-Ray Fundamentals (12 CE Hours, $225)

CE Hours - 12

Price - $225

Provider - The Wise DC


This course will cover the fundamentals of x-ray technology, quality control, diagnosis, and physiology. It will introduce the x-ray analysis of the normal anatomical structures and the congenital anomalies of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spines.


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