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MRI of the Spine Online

Course Date

Start: 20-04-2024 @ 9:00 am

End: 20-04-2024 @ 1:00 pm

Course Location

13-15 Parkwood Road,
United Kingdom

Course Description

Course overview

Review of spinal MRI anatomy and scan sequences, advantages and weaknesses. Sharpen your clinical and diagnostic imaging skills on cases commonly seen in chiropractic practice. Cases will range from common to less common however still applicable to chiropractic and manual therapy practice.


  • Recognise the normal MRI anatomical appearance and imaging characteristics of the tissues of the human spine, trunk and related structures.
  • Recognise MRI sequences and terminology and when to refer
  • Recognise MRI features of common spinal conditions presenting to chiropractic/manual therapy clinics.


Dr. Inger Roug is a third generation chiropractor and a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1989. She subsequently earned her diplomate in radiology from Logan College of Chiropractic , Missouri.

Dr. Roug has lectured at Life University, Logan College of Chiropractic, Western States Chiropractic University and AECC-UC. She is currently living in Bournemouth. Dr. Roug has authored several peer-reviewed research and case report articles in chiropractic and biomedical literature.

In addition to classroom teaching, Inger worked from 2003-2015 for two MR Imaging centres in the Atlanta, Georgia, USA area, where her main case loads were MRI and CT imaging of the spine and extremities.


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Carleen Coombes