How Would You Manage This Patient?

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This is a Non CE Course
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Lesson Plan

In the first hour of this course, test your imaging acumen and clinical decision making by viewing imaging of four different cases including a 49 year old man, a 60 year old man, a 61 year old man, and a 35 year old man with shoulder pain. History is withheld.

Hour two will consist of proper terminology for disc contour changes, congenital anomalies in cervical spine radiograph series, diagnostic possibilities for 13-year-old male, and post-surgical spinal radiographic evaluation of 68-year-old male.

Learn easy practical solutions for patients and clients

  • Strengthen your diagnostic imaging evaluation process
  • Review uncommon differential diagnoses
  • Review relevant anatomy and certain radiographic criteria
  • Review relevant shoulder anatomy
  • Review features of a common shoulder condition

Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes

Instructor


Cliff Tao, DC, DACBRCliff Tao, DC, DACBR

Dr. Cliff Tao is a chiropractic radiologist and has a private radiology practice in Orange County, California, serving other chiropractors as well as medical physicians internationally. Dr. Tao is subspecialized in plain film, MR, and CT imaging of the spine and musculoskeletal system, and is a frequent post-graduate lecturer. After graduating from National University of Health Sciences in Lombard, Illinois, he completed a diagnostic imaging residency at SCU/LACC in Whittier, California, and then a fellowship in musculoskeletal imaging research at UCI Medical Center in Orange, California. Dr. Tao is published in several chiropractic and medical journals with both LACC and UCI Medical Center. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), California Chiropractic Association (CCA), International Chiropractors Association of California (ICAC), American Chiropractic College of Radiology (ACCR), and American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists (ACCO), and World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC).

How Would you Manage This Patient?