SCUHS offers chiropractic postgraduate education in a variety of specialty areas - sports medicine, rehabilitation, and oriental medicine. SCUHS also offers annual seminars which meet license renewal requirements, presenting the most contemporary trends in clinical care. Although based in California, SCUHS programs are also available for presentation in other states in conjunction with state chiropractic associations, or as stand-alone seminars.
Dr. Todd Knudsen, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Diagnosis, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Southern California University of Health Sciences, 4/3/06
Dr. Todd Knudsen, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Diagnosis, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, SCUHS, presents comprehensive information on SCU's Diagnostic Imaging Residency. SCUHS offers a three-year in-house Diagnostic Imaging Residency program through which a Doctor of Chiropractic may be eligible for the ACBR examination. This is a full-time program in which the participants act as members of the diagnostic imaging department while following a comprehensive syllabus for their studies. It is a demanding program that includes auditing and teaching of Radiology classes to DC candidates, practical training in all aspects of radiology, research, clinical involvement, consultation, assigned study, testing, and other endeavors. Opportunity to spend time in the radiology departments of cooperative teaching hospitals and at two medical imaging centers adds practical, as well as didactic, experience in pertinent areas beyond that which could be gained in a purely chiropractic setting.
Dr. Al Adams, Postgraduate Faculty, Southern California University of Health Sciences, 4/7/06
Dr. Al Adams, member of the Postgraduate Faculty at Southern California University of Health Sciences, presents the Research- and Evidence-Based Practice Module in the Diagnostic Imaging and Sports Medicine Residency Programs at SCU. Participants in the Module learn how to apply the latest research findings to their day-to-day practices. Patients benefit from streamlined and cutting-edge practice methods and treatment protocols. Dr. Adams is Vice President for Academic Affairs and Program Development at Texas Chiropractic College, located in Houston, TX.
Dr. Wen Wu, Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Southern California University of Health Sciences, 4/3/06
Dr. Wen Wu, Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Southern California University of Health Sciences, discusses SCU's comprehensive Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine curriculum. At SCU, studying to become an acupuncture/oriental medicine practitioner is an integrated step-by-step process. Each class, each lab, and each experience builds on one another -- helping the student evolve into a highly trained natural healer and preparing the student to work in an integrated health care delivery system.
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Annual Symposium -- June 24th and 25th, 2006, Southern California University of Health Sciences, 4/3/06
Dr. Wen Wu, Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Southern California University of Health Sciences, describes the wide range of lectures and activities available at the 2006 AOM Annual Symposium. Dr. San Hong Hwang, Dr. Sam Liang, and Dr. Lin Huang are among the international experts presenting at this year's event.
Dr. Rudolph Herrera, Resident, Sports Medicine Residency Program, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, SCUHS, 4/6/06
Dr. Rudolph Herrera is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and a resident in the Sports Medicine Residency Program at Southern California University of Health Sciences. SCU's Sports Medicine Residency is a three-year concentrated experience in clinical and academic sports medicine. The program provides a superior quality learning experience in the field of primary care sports medicine. Residents follow a comprehensive syllabus which provides for a variety of learning formats. Residents are selected on a competitive basis and openings are limited. Residents receive an annual stipend and health benefits.
Dr. Diane Resnick, Assistant Professor, Lead Instructor, and Clinical Education Coordinator, Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, SCUHS, 4/7/06
Dr. Diane Resnick is an Assistant Professor, Lead Instructor, and Clinical Education Coordinator at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, a division of the Southern California University of Health Sciences. Dr. Resnick discusses SCU's Master's Degree Program in Applied Science and Musculoskeletal Management. The program focuses on in-depth analysis of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, cutting-edge office procedures for diagnosis and treatment, and biostatistics and research methods. The Master's Program is presented via an innovative distance learning system. Distance education programs are self-contained learning packages, including a variety of media formats, such as printed materials, videotapes, and audiotapes. Group sessions are scheduled twice a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall semesters and communication occurs through e-mail, fax, phone, and the Internet.