MRI Interpretation Review Qualification


Accurately interpreting MRI images is integral to every practice that manages musculoskeletal pathology. Considering there is a minimum of a 43.6% reported error rate in general radiologists in accurately reporting the morphology of the spine1, it is incumbent on the individual practitioner to be “competent” in verifying the conclusion of the radiologist. The goal is to create an accurate diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment plan, which can only be accomplished with an acute interpretation. This skill-set is a requirement when collaborating with medical practitioners and in the medical-legal arena.

All courses are recognized and approved for continuing education by The Accreditation Council for Continuing Graduate Medical Education (ACCGME) in Joint Providership with the State University of New York at Buffalo, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Office of Continuing Medical Education. The courses and the Qualification is approved and recognized by Cleveland University Kansas City, College of Chiropractic.

1 Herzog, R., Elgort, D. R., Flanders, A. E., & Moley, P. J. (2017). Variability in diagnostic error rates of 10 MRI centers performing lumbar spine MRI examinations on the same patient within a 3-week period. The Spine Journal, 17(4), 554-561  

These courses have already trained over 1000 doctors of chiropractic and medicine to successfully interpret MRI. They have become the standard for MRI interpretation for non-radiologists. 

All Courses are approved and render Chiropractic CE and Medical CME Credits

NOTE: This training does not qualify you to perform "primary" MRI interpretations 

      1. *MRI Spine Interpretation Basics: 3 Hours - Overview of MRI Spine Language - $120
      2.  MRI Spine Credentialing: 25 Hours - Start interpreting MRI spine images $1000 
      3. *Extremities MRI & X-Ray Interpretation: 27 Hours -Interpret all extremities in the body $1000
      4. *MRI Clinical Grand Rounds: 27 Hours - Multiple cases on spine and review protocols $1000
      5. *Case Management, Spinal MRI and Documentation: 21 Hours - Multiple cases on spine and review protocols $625
      6.  Primary Spine Care #12: 20 Hours - Correlating imaging, spinal biomechanics and triage - $399
      7.  Spinal Disc and Ligament Neurology and Pathology: 9 Hours - Connective tissue physiology and pathology - $299
      8.  Spinal Trauma Pathology: 9 Hours - Managing the spinal trauma case $325
Purchase Individual courses by clicking above. Total Qualification Cost $4768.00
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*If you have already earned your Trauma Qualification, you only need the 4 "*" courses. 

Pre-Pay and Save 20%  Final Cost: $2745.00 - Final Cost $2196.00 CLICK HERE TO SAVE 20% [24 hours activation]

MRI Interpretation Review Qualification Application


Content Questions: Dr. Mark Studin 631-786-4253

Technical Questions: Cara Ross 631-804-2845