NEURORADIOLOGY MINI-FELLOWSHIP IN MRI SPINE
40 Credit Hours
*CE Credits are for Doctors of Chiropractic.
**CME Credits are for Medical Doctors and Doctors of Chiropractic and only approved for 30 CME Credits
The Mini-Fellowship in Neuroradiology is for those doctors who have completed the MRI Spine Credentialing course and want to advance their training in both MRI Spine interpretation and neuroradiology. This program is a hybrid of both live training (one-on-one) with a "Harvard Trained" neuroradiologist after a rigorous course of study of research findings in MRI applications, diagnostics, technology and comorbidities.
PART 1 Research Topics: 22 Hours
Modic Changes, Disc and Referred Pain, MRI and Cervical Musculature, Kinetic MRI Images, Neurological Innervation, MRI and Injury Mechanisms, Discogenic Pain, Annular Tears and Fissures, Asymptomatic Herniations. The candidate must study 15 contemporary research articles related to MRI physics, utilization, disc pathology, intradural pathology, extradural pathology, morphology, sequencing, anomalies, anatomy and take 15 examinations related to the above topics.
PART 2 Live Study: 8 Hours
The candidate must sit before Robert Peyster MD, CAQ, Neuroradiology and review 60 MRI sequences (over 2500 images) and identify disc bulges, circumferential, radial and transverse fissures, varices, and herniations inclusive of the following types; protrusion, extrusions (sequestered and migrated/comminuted extrusions). MRI sequencing for accurate interpretation with contemporary nomenclature and reporting.
PART 3 Publish a Case Report: 10 Hours
The candidate must publish an original "case report" where MRI has impacted either a diagnosis, prognosis or treatment plan in clinical practice. This paper must include images, appropriate references and will be peer-reviewed by a panel of peers for acceptance. The Academy of Chiropractic will be responsible for having the paper published. The candidate must author the article and utilize the following guideline:
Case reports present the details of real patient cases from medical or clinical practice. Cases may contribute significantly to the existing knowledge on the field or showcase fewer novel results. The report is expected to discuss the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of a disease. A goal of case reports is to make other researchers aware of the possibility that a specific phenomenon might occur.
Case reports are limited to 20 references and contain the following sections: abstract, introduction, case presentation, discussion, conclusions, references.
Course Objective: Create an accurate diagnosis of spinal MRI using multiple sequences
Mark Studin DC, FASBE(C), DAAPM, DAAMLP
Please call Dr. Studin to arrange the Mini-Fellowship 631-786-4253
Instructions: Once you purchase the course online, it will be immediately
active in your account. If you have any issues, please contact Cara
631-804-2845 or CaraRoss220@Gmail.com
- This course is supported by PC's and Mac devices
- Minimum 20mbs download speed
- Mobile device are not ideal as tracking is automated
and often not mobilized
This course is Pace approved by the
Federation of Chiropractic Licensing Boards.
This activity has been planned and
implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of
the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the
joint providership of the University at Buffalo Jacobs School of Medicine and
Biomedical Sciences and Cleveland University Kansas City, College of Chiropractic,
The University at Buffalo Jacobs
School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is accredited by the ACCME to
provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University at Buffalo Jacobs
School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences designates this live activity for a
maximum of 42.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.
Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of
their participation in the activity.
& SPEAKER DECLARATIONS
The Accreditation Council for
Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and the University at Buffalo Jacobs
School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Standards for Commercial Support
require that presentations are free of commercial bias and that any information
regarding commercial products/services be based on scientific methods generally
accepted by the medical community. The following planners and presenter(s) have
disclosed financial interest/arrangements or affiliations with organization(s)
that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest in the
context of the subject of their presentation(s). Only the current
arrangements/interests are included. *Planning Committee
Activity Director and Instructor:
Mark Studin DC, FASBE(C), DAAPM – Nothing to Report
ACCME Standards of Commercial
Support of CME require that presentations be free of commercial bias and that
any information regarding commercial products/services be based on scientific
methods generally accepted by the medical community. When discussing
therapeutic options, faculty are requested to use only generic names. If they
use a trade name, then those of several companies should be used. If a
presentation includes discussion of any unlabeled or investigational use of a
commercial product, faculty are required to disclose this to the participants.
ACCME Original Launch Date: February 9, 2022 Termination Date:February 9, 2025