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Radiculopathy / Neurodegeneration / Spinal Surgery-Injections


  • Radiculopathy and Spinal Stenosis (3 CE Hours)
  • Chiropractic for Dementia and Neurodegeneration (4 CE Hours)
  • Indications for Spinal Surgery, Injections and, Orthobiologics (3 CE Hours)
Instructor: James Demetrious, DC, DABCO
  • Cost: $250 / 10 CE Hours
  • Course Description:
    • Dr. James Demetrious provides a comprehensive evidence-based review of literature related to radiculopathy and spinal stenosis. (3 CE hours);
    • Current concepts related to chiropractic and its role in the treatment of neural degenerative conditions (4 CE Hours);
    • Indications/contraindications related to spinal surgery, injections and orthobiologics (3 CE hours).
  • Hourly Breakdown:
    • Hour 1 – Clinical MRI anatomy of the lower cervical and lumbar spine.
    • Hour 2 – Manifestations of degenerative spinal stenosis.
    • Hour 3 – Chiropractic and clinical options related to radiculopathy and spinal stenosis.
    • Hour 4 – Clinical MRI anatomy of the upper cervical spine and brain.
    • Hour 5 – CSF flow.
    • Hour 6 – The glymphatic system and obstructions to CSF flow.
    • Hour 7 – Chiropractic approaches to CSF flow abnormalities.
    • Hour 8 – The epidemiology of spinal surgery and injections.
    • Hour 9 – Indications of surgery, injections, and orthobiologics.
    • Hour 10 – Patient management and instructive cases.
  • Learning Objectives:
    • Attendees will have enhanced clinical acumen with regard to cervical radiculopathy and spinal stenosis.
    • Attendees will better understand the role of chiropractic in the care of dementia and neurodegeneration.
    • Attendees will better understand indications and contraindications of spinal surgery, injections, and orthobiologics.
Instructor: James Demetrious, DC, DABCO

Dr. James Demetrious is a nationally distinguished, board certified chiropractic orthopedist. He is a clinician, educator, author, and editor. Dr. Demetrious teaches post-graduate coursework on behalf of Northeast College of Health Sciences. He is a member of the NCMIC Speakers’ Bureau and teaches post-graduate coursework throughout the United States. He has published peer-reviewed journal papers related to advanced differential diagnosis. He serves as an editorial reviewer on behalf of the journals: Spine, Annals of Internal Medicine, and Clinical Anatomy. Dr. Demetrious has continually cared for patients since 1986.