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Recommended Continuing Education


Many ask what course should be considered to further your career. Over the years, I went from recommending courses created by others to realizing the lack of "quality" graduate level courses (continuing education) available and embarked on producing and getting approvals for our own courses that serves your career best. The following is a list of courses and the purpose for each course thatI recommend. You of course can take any course that you feel serves your purpose best and these courses are not mandatory for being successful in the Doctors PI Program, but are highly suggested.  

Below I will lay out special pricing for our members that should accommodate every stage of practice confronted when considering taking these courses.

1. PI Bootcamp: 9 Hours

This course gives you 7 essential credentials for your CV and give you a broad stroke understanding to help create a diagnosis, prognosis and treatment plan inclusive of MRI, electrodiagnostics, accident reconstruction, documentation and collections.

2. MRI Spine Interpretation: 25 Hours

This is a 12 part course and comes with 12 credentials on your CV that simply is one of the best in healthcare to learn how to interpret MRI. This course is co-credentialed through both chiropractic and medical academia to help make you bulletproof with the legal community. This course will also put you on a "peer level" with medical specialists and place you in a superior position with medical primary care providers regarding spine care.

3. Spinal Biomechanical Engineering: 16 Hours

This is an 8 part course and comes with 8 credentials on your CV that gives you an in-depth understanding of spinal biomechanics. This course is co-credentialed through both chiropractic and medical academia to help make you bulletproof with the legal community. This course allows you to opine on causality in the medical-legal arena and ensures you as a primary spine care specialist for treating mechanical spine pain in the medical community.

4. Spinal Trauma Pathology

This is an 6 part course and comes with 6 credentials on your CV that gives you an in-depth understanding of connective tissue disorders and how MRI Spine and biomechanical engineering interconnect in age-dating herniations along with directional bulges as sequella to connective tissue injuries (sprain-strain). This course goes into depth on the morphology of ligaments and why damage cause long-term peramnent problems. 

5. Accident Reconstruction: 8 Hours


This is an 4 part course and comes with 4 credentials on your CV that gives the foundation and expertise to understand the different facets of an accident to begin to reconstruct the event. This is a critical component in the medical-legal arena.

6. Impairment Rating: 2 Hours

This course gives you the credentials to be able to impair your patient that is critical in both personal injury and workers' compensation.

7. Head Trauma - Brain Injury: 2 Hours

This course gives you the very basics of head trauma and an understanding of traumatic vs. mild traumatic brain in jury vs. concussion. This is critical in your relationships with the medical-legal community to be able to guide your patients as well as creating a peer level understanding with medical counterparts.

8. Medical-Legal Documentation - Colossus Algorithms: 3 Hours

This is a very critical, yet small part of the mandatory documentation requirements. Once this is fully embraced it will help you educate your medical-legal referral sources and teach you how to better document your cases.

9. Orthopedic Testing: 9 Hours

This is an 5 part course and comes with 5 credentials on your CV that gives you an in-depth understanding of orthopedics. This course is co-credentialed through both chiropractic and medical academia to help make you bulletproof with the legal community. This course allows you to fully understand the latest teachings in chiropractic academia and be able to support your diagnosis and treatment plans.

10. Stroke Anatomy & Evaluation for Chiropractors and Manual Medicine Specialists

The Stroke Anatomy & Evaluation course is engineered to help you understand the vessels of the brain from both a structural and functional perspective. The course has an extensive review of the anatomy and physiology of brain hemodynamics along with detailing the variations of stroke etiology, types and complications. It covers in detail what to include and how to perform an extensive "stroke risk" history andneurological examination that allows the practitioner to be "time efficient," yet thorough.

Financial Policy for Members:

1. Pay as you go for the fees listed on www.teachdoctors.com
2. Pay $100 per month with no interest towards the courses you take allowing you to take the courses right now and pay them off later.
3. Pre-Pay for all courses and save 20%   (save $729)

For option 2 & 3 you need to do this over the phone with Dr. Studin at 631-786-4235 - MAKE SURE TO TELL HIM YOU ARE WORKING WITH ME. 
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