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X Ray Online Course – Early Bird Fee: $1,500 (for rest of the world) and Rs.23,850. (Researchers from India, SAARC, Africa and Southeast Asia)

Fee after Early Bird Offer: $2000 (Rest of World) & Rs.28850 (Indian, SAARC & SE Asia Scholars)

X Ray Online Course

X Ray Online Course

The FRCPT online course includes online classes taught by Professor Dr. Prabhu, Principal, MVM College of Physiotherapy, Bangalore, Dr. Anand PT, Director, Healthshare Clinical Services, London, UK, Dr. Pawan Kumar PT, Director, Digital Teachings, & Consultant, RAA Physiotherapy Centre, Chennai.

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The FRCPT online course has daily/weekly online lessons with about 70 online lectures. All the lectures of Pro.Dr.Prabhu are very animated lectures. The courses are delivered online via Zoom / Google Meet online platforms.

The class schedule is preliminary, it may change in advance for information for all FRCPT course applicants. Required and supplementary articles are listed in each weekly module and can be downloaded from the FRCPT communication page.

Introduction/revision Physiotherapy practice guide, Changing perspectives on diagnostic imaging in physiotherapy training, Evidence supporting increasing imaging training. Explore the role of the physical therapist as a primary care provider in the United States and other countries. Evaluates the role of imaging in the diagnostic process and in physical therapy.

Introduction to radiology and historical aspects of radiology. Familiarize yourself with the concepts of X-ray science, understand the basic principles of imaging and radiography. Explore the radiographic analysis search template, skeletal pathology x-ray diagnosis and radiology report.

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Get to know the science and principles of TT as well as the various forms, views and uses of TT. Evaluate the role of CT in imaging the nervous system.

Get to know the science and principles of MRI, as well as the different forms, views and uses of MRI. Evaluate the role of MRI in imaging the nervous system.

Get to know the science and principles of diagnostic ultrasound, as well as the different types and uses of ultrasound. Evaluate the role of ultrasound in biofeedback.

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Introduction/review of radiological elements of fracture imaging, fracture reduction and fixation. Learn about the radiological evaluation of fractures in children and adults and its complications.

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Radiological anatomy of the cervical spine. X-rays of the cervical spine; AP, lateral, open mouth AP, right oblique, left oblique, lateral flexion, lateral extension, lateral and trauma cross table views of swimmers. Diagnostic imaging for cervical spine trauma. Radiological analysis and interpretation of diseases of the cervical spine; Fractures, dislocations, hyperflexion and hyperextension sprains, IVD hernias, degenerative diseases of the cervical spine and deformities of the cervical spine.

Radiological anatomy of the thoracic spine. X-rays of the thoracic spine; AP, lateral, oblique, conical views and swimmers in lateral direction. Projections from the sternum; Oblique rear, oblique front and side views. Diagnostic imaging of spinal cord injury. Radiological analysis and interpretation of spinal diseases; Fractures, dislocations, sprains, 3-column injuries, osteoporosis, Pott’s disease, Scheuermann’s disease, thoracic, thoracic and rib deformities.

Radiological anatomy of the lumbar and sacral spine. X-rays of the lumbar spine; AP, lateral, oblique, cone views and lateral views L5-S1. Sacroiliac projections; AP, oblique views. Radiological analysis and interpretation of spinal diseases; trauma, fractures, dislocations, sprains, spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis, lumbar stenosis, ankylosing spondylitis, sacroilitis, lumbosacral degenerative diseases and lumbosacral spine deformities.

Radiological anatomy of the shoulder complex. X-rays of the shoulder; AP internal rotation and external rotation, AP neutral views. Acromioclavicular projections: Vertical AP view. Shoulder projections: AP and lateral views. Additional projections: View of the humerus joint from the axilla, shoulder “Y” viewed from the side. Shoulder MRI and CT. Radiological analysis and interpretation of complex conditions of the shoulder: trauma, fractures, dislocations, sprains, rotator cuff tears, labrum tears, impingement syndrome and adhesive capsulitis.

Program: Diagnostic Medical Imaging

Radiological anatomy of the elbow and TMJ. Elbow projections: AP, lateral views, obliques. TMJ predictions; Transcranial view (lateral oblique transcranial), cephalometry, submentovertex view and panoramic radiograph. Imaging analysis and interpretation of elbow conditions; traumas, fractures, dislocations, sprains, epicondylitis, osteochondritis dissecans. Imaging analysis and interpretation of TMJ conditions; trauma, fractures, dislocations, OA, RA, TMJ disc displacement, TMJ hypermobility, adhesion and craniomandibular abnormalities.

Radiological anatomy of the wrist and hand. Routine projections: PA, lateral and oblique views. Optional projections: elbow deviation PA view, carpal tunnel view radial deviation PA view, clenched fist PA view and tension views. Imaging analysis and interpretation of wrist and hand disorders: Trauma, fracture, dislocation, carpal instability, carpal tunnel syndrome, OA and RA.

Radiological anatomy of the hip and pelvis. Routine projections: AP, lateral frog leg radiograph, transverse table lateral. Imaging analysis and interpretation of hip and pelvic disorders: Trauma, fracture, dislocation, OA, avascular necrosis of the femur, slipped epiphysis of the femoral head, developmental dysplasia of the hip, femeroacetabular impingement, and RA.

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Radiological anatomy of the knee complex. X-rays of the knee; AP, lateral, PA axial “tunnel” view of the intercodylar fossa, tangential view of the patellofemoral joint. Imaging analysis and interpretation of knee diseases; Fractures, dislocations, OCD, osteonecrosis, meniscal tears, degenerative diseases and abnormalities of the knee and MRI of the knee in detail.

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Radiological anatomy of the ankle and foot. X-rays of the ankle: AP, lateral, AP oblique (pin). X-rays of the legs: AP, lateral, oblique. Imaging analysis and interpretation of ankle and foot conditions: fractures, dislocation, sprain, hallux valgus, pes cavus, pes planus, talipes equinovarus and foot deviations.

Radiologic anatomy, assessment and advanced imaging. Basic projections: PA & side views. Image analysis and interpretation heart and lung diseases: pneumonia, atelectasis, multiple effusion, pneumothorax, COPD, aortic dissection, mediastinal lymphadenopathy, congestive heart failure, valvular heart disease.

Burn depth assessment, burn depth assessment, burn healing potential, imaging methods for burn depth assessment and pelvic floor biofeedback. This short course is suitable for security guards, supervisors and maintenance staff who work with x-ray imaging. systems in the cargo, cargo and aviation industries. It is a complete introduction to radiation safety awareness and an update on the latest safety standards and practices using X-ray screening equipment to ensure safety. Completion of this course ensures that the employer meets the requirements of the Ionizing Radiations Regulations 2017 (IRR17). All representatives have 3 years of access to all training materials, including all updates. The course is not intended for representatives of the radiation protection supervisor (RPS) level (see our other courses).

Throughout this course we will present you with interactive quizzes and puzzles to aid your learning. At the end of the course, you take a short exam (“open book”) and receive a certificate of passing. Your company can nominate an employee (e.g. a training coordinator) to be given administrative rights to monitor the delegate’s progress (useful if the course has multiple delegates from the same company).

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Your tutor is Mark Ramsay, Radiation Protection Advisor (RPA), Consulting Limited. Mark Ramsay is the RPA for a major UK airport and numerous manufacturers, suppliers and users of x-ray security related equipment. If you have any difficulties with the course content, you can chat with Mark using the built-in messaging service.

After completing the course, each representative has three years of continuous access to all training content, including all upgrades and updates. The training course thus becomes a live training guide available anywhere there is an Internet connection.

“Block booking” reduced price may be possible for several agents booked from the same company – just ask!

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*Although we estimate the training to be 1-2 hours, the delegate can complete the course at his own pace, there is no time limit. A rep can also log in and out of their training course as they wish, so run multiple shorter sessions if you like.

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