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Chiropractic Radiology of Challenging PatientsChiropractic Radiography
of Challenging Patients

Increase your knowledge, skill, and confidence in x-ray positioning of various types of challenging patients. This seminar will focus exclusively on spinal x-ray positioning utilizing a tilting bucky for the regional radiographic images taken in the general chiropractic office.

Specific tips and techniques will be presented for successfully positioning many types of non-average patients, and for overcoming some of the most difficult x-ray positioning challenges faced in the chiropractic office setting. This includes teaching methods for obtaining high quality spinal images with an emphasis on chiropractic analysis.

$250 - June 14-15, 2014 - 20 person limit - DCs and CAs only.  No students.
12 hours CE State Approvals.

Call Stacy Bradey at 1-811-849-8771 x. 229 or email sbradey@sherman.edu
to register.

Pat Kuhta, DCInstructor Pat Kuhta, D.C.

Patricia Kuhta is a professor of clinical sciences, Director of the X-ray Department, and a member of the health center faculty. She has a D.C. from Sherman College (1994) and a B.S. from Excelsior College (2001). She is certified in Atlas-Orthogonal technique, Cervical X-ray Positioning, and Thoracic-Lumbo-Pelvic X-ray Positioning. Her interests include radiology, radiography, upper cervical technique and chiropractic philosophy.