Diagnostic Imaging

Coordinator: V. Kumar

A 3-year program involving advanced imaging reading skills, academics, teaching and research. Facilitates interaction with radiologists in various clinical settings.

The program develops chiropractic radiologists who have acquired advanced skills and competencies in diagnosis of pathologies; contraindications to spinal manipulative therapy; and expertise in reading plain film radiographs and special imaging.

The academic portion of the program is guided by the American College of Chiropractic Radiology (ACCR) and is divided into the following domains: Principles of diagnostic imaging and radiation health; Musculoskeletal imaging; Chest imaging; Abdominal imaging; Neuro-imaging.

Further information can be found below:

Brief course descriptions for the Diagnostic Imaging Sciences Program.

The graduate student’s diagnostic and treatment skills are further developed at specialized external clinical rotations.

CMCC offers the chance for residents to participate as assistants in both teaching and research positions.

This is an overview of CMCC’s graduate admissions requirements and process.