This 10-hour image rich distance-based course will provide Doctors of Chiropractic with information and practical guidelines related to ordering special or advanced imaging procedures for the chiropractic patient. Review plain film highlights of the spine and extremities, develop a plan to decide if special imaging is really needed, recognize the uses of nuclear imaging, understand when to implement CT imaging, recognize when MRI should be utilized, review the basis physics of advanced imaging techniques. 10 hours of radiological CEU''s. Please check with the approved states link to the right regarding your state''s acceptance of CE hours for online learning and this course. Plain film radiology is first explored in an in depth manner to provide the foundation before advanced studies are considered. This course contains evaluative measures in the form of a secure online examination using multiple-choice questions, true/false, short answer and essay to evaluate learner outcomes. The learner is required to participate in an asynchronous class discussion. The exam requires a passing score of 75% or the student is instructed to do further study and retake the exam. The actual time the learner spends in the course is tracked electronically. The learner will be required to read imaging studies and independently formulate assessments.