Please visit www.ChiroCredit.com and click on the Teleseminar link to see our scheduling of upcoming live Teleseminars. Educational Objectives:Hour 1 •Discuss the etiology of congenital conditions of the brain and spinal cord. •Recite statistics regarding incidence and prevalence of neural tube defects. Hour 2 •Describe common forms and categories of neural tube defects. •Recognize various forms of neural tube defects at birth, in infant life as well as on advanced imaging studies. Hour 3 •Identify defects of the cranial cervical junction including categorizing Chiari Malformation and discuss clinical significance and management of patients with Chiari Malformation I, II and III. •Utilize plain film radiometrics to identify multiple forms of cranial cervical junction deformities. Hour 4 •Discuss various congenital syndromes including Dandy-Walker Syndrome and Mobius Syndrome. •Compare and contrast different types of developmental defects such as hydrocephalus, crainiosynostosis, achondroplasia, microcrania, and others.