Radiology Masterclass | Spine review – MRI and X-ray cases by Dr. Inger Roug, DC

This is a webinar of a Radiology webinar series.

This masterclass will discuss MRI and x-ray cases covering trauma, disc herniations, tumors, post surgical changes, congenital anomalies, infection, and more.

This class will have interaction with the attendees followed by Q&A at the end of the webinar.


Saturday February 27th


14:00 (2 PM) – 16:00 (4PM)
(Central European Time)


€ 69,-  early bird, before 17-02-2021

€ 79,-  normal

Full time student

€ 50,-

Please contact us at hello@designed2move.com for a discount code and send us proof of university enrollment

CPD points

2 points accredited by the EAC (ECU)

Extra information

This is a webinar and you will receive the invitation to join by email on the day of the webinar

Participation will be tracked


Can’t attend but want to watch it later? Do register and ask to watch on demand by sending an email to hello@designed2move.com

Presented by

Dr. Inger Roug, DC

About the instructor

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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 is currently a chiropractic radiologist at AECC-UC since 2015. 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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    Dr. Roug is one of the best! Love her radiology courses.

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