Orthopedics and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine

Chiropractic Orthopedics and Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine

 

Become a chiropractic specialist and improve the quality of your patient care. This post-doctoral program is designed specifically for practicing chiropractic physicians interested in becoming neuromusculoskeletal medicine specialists in private practice or health care systems, including:

  • Community Health Centers
  • Rural Health Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Health Science Centers
  • Medical clinics
  • Allopathic, Chiropractic, and Naturopathic Medical Schools

The advanced clinical training will prepare you to become a chiropractic neuromusculoskeletal medicine specialist and enhance your skills necessary to evaluate and manage the care of patients with acute pain, chronic pain, and high-impact chronic pain syndromes. The University of Bridgeport offers a combination of onsite seminars and online learning, which reduces your opportunity costs by decreasing travel expenses and time away from your practice and family. This innovative, contemporary, and comprehensive post-doctoral training program offers a range of topics, including:

  • Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine
    • Neurosciences for the Chiropractic Clinician
    • Orthopedic Evaluation and Management
    • Neurological Evaluation and Management
    • Pain Evaluation and Management
    • Diagnostic Imaging

 

  • Primary Care Medicine and the Chiropractic Specialist
    • Integrative Medicine
    • Evidence-based Chiropractic Medicine
    • Patient-Centered Care
    • Federally Qualified Health Center
    • Patient-Centered Medical Home
    • Community Health Centers
       

Qualify to Apply for Board Certification as a Chiropractic Specialist


Upon completion of this post-doctoral course of study, you will be qualified to apply for board certification through the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. With this “Board Certification” as a Diplomate in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (DIANM), you will have the credentials necessary to become a member of an integrated, health care team within a Federally Qualified Health Center, Community Health Center or a Patient-Centered Medical Home as a Chiropractic Specialist. For more information contact nmsm@bridgeport.edu or call 203.576.4880.

 

Chiropractic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Residency


Chiropractic graduates who apply and are conditionally accepted into the University of Bridgeport’s three-year, post-doctoral Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Resident Training Program must be credentialed by the University of Bridgeport and a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) where the Resident will serve as a member of the medical staff.  Additionally, FQHCs generally require re-credentialing of residents on an annual basis through a peer review process coordinated by the Program Director of the resident training program.
In order to successfully complete the neuromusculoskeletal medicine residency, residents are required to complete a rigorous academic and clinical training program and then pass the two-part examination offered by the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. Completion of this process entitles the chiropractic physician to use the board certification title of Diplomate of the International Academy of Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine (DIANM).


A board-certified chiropractic neuromusculoskeletal medicine specialist focuses on the evaluation and management of patients suffering with pain syndromes and neuromusculoskeletal conditions.

Chiropractic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Residency
 

Contact


Health Sciences Postgraduate Ed. Dept.
30 Hazel Street #3
Bridgeport, CT 06604

(203)-576-4880

jlehman@bridgeport.edu

Orthopedics/NMSM Seminar Schedule


Designed specifically for practicing chiropractors, the Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Post-Graduate Program will give you the credentials necessary to become a valuable member of a primary healthcare team. Major changes in the chiropractic field are happening right now due to the Affordable Care Act, with new doors opening for chiropractors as a result.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be among the pioneers of this revolutionary change in delivering holistic healthcare.

Check back in this space for an upcoming seminar close to you or start online today!

Fees: 10-hour weekend seminars $300

Total Program Hours Available - Orthopedics Specialty

  • 300 hours total required - Onsite 50 hours / Online 250 hours

 

University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic NMSM 2019


 

If you are a member of the Connecticut Chiropractic Association, please contact the CCA directly at 

https://www.ctchiro.com/events/event_list.asp  or 860-257-0404 to register.

Register Here

Cost: $300 per seminar

Days and hours:
Saturday noon – 6 pm
Sunday 8 am-noon

Location: 30 Hazel Street, Top Floor, Room 206

                 Bridgeport, CT


May 18, 2019: Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain (10 hours)
James J. Lehman, DC, FACO

August 10-11, 2019: Best Practices for Managing LBP and Lower Extremity Disorders (10 hours)
Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO

September 14-15, 2019: Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions (10 hours)
James Demetrious, DC, FACO

October 12-13 2019:

  • Saturday - Differential Diagnosis & Rehabilitation of Posture & Balance with Motor Control Exercise (6 hours)
    Steven Weiniger, DC, CPEP
  • Sunday - Pain Management and Tissue Healing: From onset to resolution with laser therapy (4 hours)
    Nelson Marquina, DC, Ph.D.

November 16-17, 2019: Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems (10 hours)
Brandon Steele DC, FACO

 


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Please find below presentation materials for NMSM courses (for 2016 and prior):

February 10-11

Orthopedic Diplomate Program: Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems

Presenter: Brandon Steele, DC, DACO


March 10-11

Orthopedic Diplomate Program: Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain

Presenter: James J. Lehman, DC, FACO


April 28-29

Orthopedic Diplomate Program:  Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions

Presenter: James Demetrious, DC, FACO

Location:

Holiday Inn Chicago West – Itasca
860 W. Irving Park Rd.
Itasca, Illinois  60143

Click here to register through the Illinois Chiropractic Society.

Saturday, September 29 – Sunday, September 30

Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems

Instructor: Brandon Steele DC, FACO (steelebc@gmail.com)

Register

Location: Kalahari Resort and Convention Center

1305 Kalahari Drive, Wisconsin Dells, WI 53965

Directions

Room block information


Saturday, November 10 – Sunday, November 11

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing

Instructor: K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA, FACO (jeffmillerpc87@gmail.com)

Register

Location: Aurora Clinic, Grafton

975 Port Washington Rd, Grafton, WI 53024

Hampton Inn, 1385 Gateway Drive, Grafton, WI 53024 hamptoninn3.hilton.com 262-474-1000

Comfort Suites 1415 Port Washington Rd, Grafton, WI 53024 choicehotels.com 262-387-1180


Saturday, December 8 – Sunday, December 9

Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions

Instructor: James Demetrious, DC, FACO (dr.demetrious@gmail.com)

Register

Location: Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel

365 S Moorland Rd Brookfield WI 53005

Rooms are reserved for WCA class participants at a discounted rate of $112. Make your reservations by contacting Joanne Traczek at 262-364-1007or via email at Joanne.Traczek@sheratonmke.com. Or, contact Sheraton directly 262-364-1100 and be sure to mention Wisconsin Chiropractic Association.

The initial 50 hours of onsite training will be followed by 250 hours of online education, which focuses on differential diagnosis, evaluation, and management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, most especially acute and chronic pain conditions.

Saturday, September 22 – Sunday, September 23

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing

Instructor: K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA, FACO (jeffmillerpc87@gmail.com)

Location: Hampton Inn and Suites Dallas Market Center
3051 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas TX 75247
Phone number: 214-631-1300


Saturday, October 27 – Sunday, October 28

Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain

Instructor: James J. Lehman, DC, MBA, FACO (jlehman@bridgeport.edu)& Todd Cielo, DC (todd@cielochiropractic.com)

Location: Hampton Inn and Suites Dallas Market Center
3051 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas TX 75247
Phone number: 214-631-1300

 

For registration information, please email: info@chirotexas.org

The initial 50 hours of onsite training will be followed by 250 hours of online education, which focuses on differential diagnosis, evaluation, and management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, most especially acute and chronic pain conditions.


Friday February 15 – Saturday February 16

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing

Instructor: K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA, FACO (jeffmillerpc87@gmail.com)

Location: Texas Chiropractic Legislative Conference (TCLC) in Austin, Texas


Friday, June 7 – Sunday, June 9

Best practice management and rehab for the most common extremity complaints. (10 hours)

Instructor: Drs. Timothy Bertelsman and Brandon Steele

Location: Chiro Texpo, Dallas, Texas.

For registration information, please email: info@chirotexas.org

The initial 50 hours of onsite training will be followed by 250 hours of online education, which focuses on differential diagnosis, evaluation, and management of neuromusculoskeletal conditions, most especially acute and chronic pain conditions.

Each course in the series consists of 10 Hours of CE.

Register Here

Saturday, September 15 – Sunday, September 16

Lumbopelvic Pathology and Related Neuromusculoskeletal Functional Deficits

Instructor: Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO (tbertelsman@gmail.com)


Saturday, October 6 – Sunday, October 7

Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions

Instructor: James Demetrious, DC, FACO (dr.demetrious@gmail.com)


Saturday, November 3 – Sunday, November 4

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing

Instructor: K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, MBA, FACO (jeffmillerpc87@gmail.com)


Saturday, December 1 – Sunday, December 2

Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems

Instructor: Brandon Steele DC, FACO (steelebc@gmail.com)

Location:

Hotel Captain Cook
939 W. 5th Avenue
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
United States

Contact:

Sheri Ryan
sryan@akchiro.org

907.903.1350


Thursday, October 4, 2018

Course Description: Differential Diagnosis of Radial Tunnel Syndrome and Lateral Epicondylosis (2 hours)

Statin Myopathy: A cause of neuromusculoskeletal conditions (2 hours) Spinal Cord Emergency & Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy (2 hours) Differential Diagnosis of Chronic Low Back Pain (2 hours).

Instructor: James J. Lehman, DC, MBA, FACO (jlehman@bridgeport.edu)


Saturday, February 9 – Sunday, February 10, 2019

Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems (14 hours)

Instructor: Brandon Steele DC, FACO (steelebc@gmail.com)


Saturday, March 9 – Sunday, March 10, 2019

Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain (10 hours)

Instructor: James J. Lehman, DC, MBA, FACO (jlehman@bridgeport.edu)

Specialized Imaging and/or Radiology of the Spine (4 hours)

Instructor: Tawnia Adams, DC, DACBR


Saturday, April 13 – Sunday, April 14, 2019

Best Practices for Managing LBP and Lower Extremity Disorders (14 hours)

Instructor: Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO (tbertelsman@gmail.com)

Register


Contact:

Chilly Goodman
NDCA Administrative Manager
701-934-2682


Saturday, September 29 – Sunday, September 30, 2018

Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain and Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions. (15 hours).

Instructor: James J. Lehman, DC, FACO.

Location: Quality Inn – Jamestown, ND

Phone: 701-252-3611

 


Friday, January 25 – Saturday, January 26, 2019

Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions. (5 hours) James J. Lehman, DC, FACO 

Differential Diagnosis & Rehabilitation of Posture & Balance with Motor Control Exercise Steven Weiniger (5 hours)

LocationRadisson Downtown Bismarck, ND

Phone: 701-255-6000

 

Winter Seminar will be at The Radisson Downtown Bismarck. 701.255-6000. The seminar will run FRIDAY, Jan. 25 and Sat. Jan. 26 


Friday, September 27 – Sunday, September 29, 2019

Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems. (10 hours)

Instructor: Brandon Steele DC, FACO

Location: Ramkota Hotel & Conference Center, Bismarck, ND

Phone: 701-258-7700

 


Saturday, January 25 – Sunday, January 26, 2020

Best Practices for Managing LBP and Lower Extremity Disorders. (15 hours)

Instructor: Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO

Location: The Radisson Downtown, Bismarck, ND

Phone: 701-255-6000

Location:

Tropicana Hotel, Las Vegas, NV

Contact:

Dr. Jon Dominique
drjondominique@gmail.com

Registration: here


Thursday April 25, 2019, 5 pm – 9 pm

Differential Diagnosis & Rehabilitation of Posture & Balance with Motor Control Exercise (4 hours)

Instructor: Steven Weiniger, DC, CPEP 

 


Friday, April 26, 2019, 8 am – 11 am

Radiology Review of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions (3 hours)

Instructor: Robert Cote, DC, DACBR

 


Friday, April 26, 2019, 11 am – 12 noon

Spinal Imaging and the Differential Diagnosis of Permanent Spinal Ligament Laxity and Its Clinical Correlation (1 hour)

Instructor: James J. Lehman, DC, FACO

 


Friday, April 26, 2019, 1 pm – 3 pm

How to Survive a Deposition (2 hours)

Instructor: Leanne Cupon, DC, DACRB, DABFP and Warren Jahn, DC, MPS, DABCO

 


Friday, April 26, 2019, 3 pm – 5 pm

Differential Diagnosis and Management of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (2 hours)

Instructor: Hyun Kim, DMD, DC, DACO

 


Saturday, April 27, 2019, 8 – 12 noon and 1 pm – 5 pm

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing (8 hours)

Instructor:  K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, FACO

Saturday, September 21 – Sunday, September 22, 2019:

KCA Fall Convention. Times and Location TBD

Best Practices for Managing LBP and Lower Extremity Disorders. (10 hours)

Instructor: Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO

Location: Holiday Inn and Suites in Overland Park, KS – 8787 Reeder Road, Overland Park, KS 66214.
 

 

November 9-10, 2019:

Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems. Brandon Steele DC, FACO (10 hours)

January 18-19, 2020

Saturday: Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain

(6 hours). James J. Lehman, DC, FACO.

Sunday: Evaluation and Management of Foot and Ankle Conditions (4 hours). Ed Glaser, DPM.
 

March 28-29, 2020

Saturday: Differential Diagnosis & Rehabilitation of Posture & Balance with Motor Control Exercise, Steven Weiniger, DC, CPEP (6 hours)

Sunday: Pain Management and Tissue Healing: From onset to resolution with laser therapy. Nelson Marquina, DC, Ph.D. (4 hours)

May 9-10, 2020

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing, K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, FACO (10 hours)

Overland Park Holiday Inn and Suites
8787 Reeder Road
Overland Park, KS 66214
913-888-8440
 

Contact:
Travis R. Oller, DC | Executive Director
Kansas Chiropractic Association
785.233.0697 Phone | 785.233.1833 Fax

http://www.kansaschiro.com

Days and hours:

Noon – 6 pm on Saturday

8 am-Noon on Sunday


 

PCA Annual Convention 2019

Location: Pittsburgh Marriott City Center | Pittsburgh, PA

Dates: October 19-20, 2019

Best Practices for Managing LBP and Lower Extremity Disorders

Instructor: Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO (10 hours).

 

Location: State College facility for November, March, and April

November 16-17, 2019

Practical Assessment of the Chiropractic Patient: Efficiency in Orthopedic and Neurological Testing. (10 hours)

Instructor: K. Jeffrey Miller, DC, FACO


Location: State College facility for November, March, and April

March 7-8, 2020

Saturday: Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain (6 hours)

Instructor: James J. Lehman, DC, FACO

Sunday: Evaluation and Management of Foot and Ankle Conditions (4 hours)

Instructor: Ed Glaser, DPM


April 4-5, 2020

Saturday: Differential Diagnosis & Rehabilitation of Posture & Balance with Motor Control Exercise (6 hours)

Instructor: Steven Weiniger, DC, CPEP

Sunday: Pain Management and Tissue Healing: From onset to resolution with laser therapy (4 hours)

Instructor: Nelson Marquina, DC, Ph.D.


PCA Annual Convention 2020

Location: Kalahari Resort in the Poconos.

Dates: May 2-3, 2020

Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems (10 hours)

Instructor: Brandon Steele DC, FACO

 

Contact:

Jessica Sell
CE & Convention Coordinator
Pennsylvania Chiropractic Association
1335 North Front St, 2nd Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17102
P: 717-232-5762 | F: 717-232-8368

Tennessee Chiropractic Association 2019/2020


SCC August 15-18, 2019: Saturday: Saturday: Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions (10 hours).  James Demetrious, DC, FACO
Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro, TN


December 7-8, 2019: 
Whiplash Associated Disorders: The Pathway from Acute to Chronic Pain.  (10 hours). James J. Lehman, DC, FACO 
Location: Nashville School of Law 
4013 Armory Oaks Blvd.
Nashville, TN  37204

April 4-5, 2020: Best Practices for Managing LBP and Lower Extremity Disorders (10 hours). Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO. 
Location: The Ramsey Hotel and Convention Center
3230 Parkway
Pigeon Forge, TN  37868
(865) 428-2700
 
May 2-3, 2020: Differential Diagnosis & Rehabilitation of Posture & Balance with Motor Control Exercise, Steven Weiniger, DC, CPEP (6 hours).
Sunday: Pain Management and Tissue Healing: From onset to resolution with laser therapy. Nelson Marquina, DC, Ph.D. (4 hours)
Location: TCA Headquarters
2123 8th Ave. S
Nashville, TN  37204
(615) 383-6231

August 20-23, 2020: Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems. Brandon Steele DC, FACO (10 hours) 
Location: Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center 
Southern Chiropractic Conference
1200 Conference Center Blvd.
Murfreesboro, TN  37129
(615) 890-4464

Contact: Laura Bratcher
Education & Events Coordinator
(615) 383-6231
www.tnchiro.com
 

Wisconsin Chiropractic Association

February 22-23, 2020: KI Convention Center Green Bay -
Practical Solutions for Resolving LBP Challenges (Orthopedic Diplomate Qualified CE) (10 hours). Tim Bertelsman DC, CCSP, FACO. Spring Convention

September 26-27, 2020: Kalahari Resort Wisconsin Dells  
Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions (10 hours).  James Demetrious, DC, FACO. Fall Convention 


December 5-6, 2020: Madison or Milwaukee -  Saturday 1 pm-7 pm: Differential Diagnosis of Neuromusculoskeletal Conditions of the Lower Extremity. (6 hours). James J. Lehman, DC, FACO.
Sunday 8 am-noon: Evaluation and Management of Foot and Ankle Conditions. (4 hours).Ed Glaser, DPM

April 17-18, 2021: Osthoff Resort, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin - Pain Management and Tissue Healing: From onset to resolution with laser therapy. Nelson Marquina, DC, Ph.D. (10 hours). Spring Convention

September 18-19, 2021: Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells - Mastering the Assessment and Management of Shoulder and Upper Extremity Problems. Brandon Steele DC, FACO (10 hours).  Fall Convention
Please register with the WCA at:    https://wisconsinchiropractic.site-ym.com/events/event_list.asp

Contact:     Andrea Murray
registration@wichiro.org
608-256-7023
 

Registration


Contact us for information regarding future seminars or start online today!

 

Fees


Ten-hour weekend seminars: $300

 

Total Program Hours Available

Orthopedics Specialty (300 hours total required)
Onsite 50 hours
Online 250 hours

Videos

Interview with Dr. James Lehman

Director, Health Sciences Postgraduate Education at University of Bridgeport

(203) 576-4880