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Dr. Donald Corenman is one of a handful of individuals that are both a MD and doctor of chiropractic (DC). His practice with the Steadman Clinic in Vail, CO serves the Vail and Denver area with patients traveling from the US and abroad seeking resolution for chronic back pain and failed surgical treatment.
Vail spine specialist (http://neckandback.com | 970-479-5895), Dr. Donald Corenman, MD, DC, is a Colorado spine surgeon and spine expert skilled at diagnosing and treating all conditions and disorders of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. He is in private practice at the Steadman Clinic—Vail Spine Institute—in Vail, CO.
Dr. Corenman is a Vail spine specialist who is an expert in the thoracic spine. He recently created this video— Understanding an MRI of the Normal Thoracic Spine —to provide a detailed description of this area of the spine.
Dr. Corenman has dedicated his professional life to the research and education of spinal disorders and treatments. He lectures and presents regularly on a variety of spine related topics and recently launched his own educational neck and back website to inform and educate patients and physicians on the spine. You can learn more about Dr. Corenman, Vail spine specialist, by visiting his educational website at http://neckandback.com ; In addition, he has a wide array of spine related presentations for the public to download at: http://www.slideshare.net/neckandback
This video—Understanding an MRI of the Normal Thoracic Spine—is designed for the primary care physician or specialist, such as a Chiropractor or Physical Therapist, to use in understanding the MRI of the normal thoracic spine. The imaging shown in the video is of a normal scan-that is all the structures scanned are normal in appearance and not injured or degenerative. When you can recognize what normal looks like, you can determine what an abnormal finding is. Please keep in mind—you will not become a musculoskeletal radiologist and be able to identify a thoracic aortic aneurysm by reviewing this video. It is designed to give you a basic understanding of the anatomy of the thoracic spine and then to identify the basic changes that occur with degenerative disc disease, herniated discs and spinal stenosis.
Please visit Dr. Corenman’s other spine related videos now available on You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/user/neckandback ; Visit Dr. Corenman’s website to learn more about the anatomy of the spine and other conditions of the spine. For spine images, visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/neckandback/ ; To visit Dr. Corenman on LinkedIn, visit: http://www.linkedin.com/in/drdonaldcorenmanspinesurgeon