The MRI Spine Clinical Grand Rounds is a course designed for the doctor who understands the basics of MRI Spine Interpretation. Each module reviews cases for visualization of anatomical landmarks, sequence acquisition to visualize pathology and how to document your findings. The goal of the course is to offer case after case, in a repetitious manner so that the practitioner can identify normal anatomy vs. pathology. The course extensively covers all types of herniations, organ, vessel, and musculature landmarks, and T1 and STIR images for pathology with T2 images for anatomy. Also, this course is engineered to teach the practitioner how to document findings so co-treating providers can understand what is presented on the complete sequences of images.