The Lumbar MRI in Clinical Practice: Systematic Interpretation
Dr. William Morgan
This course has been approved for 4 hours of Continuing Education. Check for your individual State status at the bottom of the page.
The primary goal of this course is to familiarize the doctor with the basics of lumbar MRI interpretation and to understand how to systematically interpret lumbar MRI. Participants will learn the various types and orientations of MR images. They will also learn how to identify the anatomic structures of the lumbar region and standardized identification terminology for the various types of lumbar disc lesions. Participants will be exposed to a gallery of the most common MRI findings that present to a musculoskeletal provider. Doctors will understand how MRI can be integrated into clinical decision making and case management. Even if a provider never looks at an MR image, they will gain value in understanding what the radiologist’s report says. This course should change the way you practice.
- 4 hours of Course Content
- End of Course Assessment
- End of Course Survey
- Course Completion Certificate
This course has been approved by:
State Board Approvals (2020):
(AL, AR, AZ, CA, GA (2/1/20-12/31/20), HI, NM, PA (2/1/20-9/1/20), TX, WV, AB (2/9/20-6/30/20))
PACE Approved States:
AK, KS, ME, MA, MN, NV, NJ, NC, ND, SC, SD, TN, NS
Auto-Approved States (States not requiring applications):
CO, CT, DE, ID, IL, IA, MD, MI, MT, NE, OH, OR, RI, UT, VT, VA, WA, DC, BC, MAN, ON, PEI, QB, YK
For PACE and Auto-Approved states, users are advised to check with their boards to ensure this is in accordance with state rules and regulations.
- All courses must be completed by 12/31/2020.
- After successfully purchasing your course, your course can be accessed through selecting the expand button listed below or through your CE profile page.
- Successful completion of the course requires an 80% or better on all quizzes.
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