Instructor: Chris Major

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Chris Major, DC, DACBR, ATC, is an associate professor in the department of diagnostic imaging at Northwestern Health Sciences University.  He teaches courses on spinal anatomy, congenital anomalies, trauma, and arthritis.  He is also the Director of Radiological Consultation Services at Northwestern, which provides interpretation services to private practice doctors, as well as plain film interpretation for the Center for Diagnostic Imaging. Prior to attending chiropractic school, Dr. Major graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a degree in Athletic Training, where he had the opportunity to work with a wide variety of athletes, including an internship with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs.  He is a chiropractor with a passion for radiology and teaching. 


Classes by this instructor


Join us for an informative 6-hour session that will cover radiographic basics, plain film review and most common fractures seen, as well as modic changes and a variety of case studies. This seminar will cover a broad array of chiropractic cases and associated imaging seen routinely in the chiropractic office and discuss considerations in the use and proper clinical evaluation of imaging.
Location: Optum - Physical Health, 6 CE Hours, June 8, 2021