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What an Orthopedic Doctor Thinks You Should Know About Spine Injuries

An orthopedic surgeon instructs on common medical conditions involving the spine that you may encounter in your practice, including basic anatomy, physiology, diagnosis, and prognosis issues and causal connection.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P2004-20E-01
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Expires: February 1, 2022

Faculty: Dr. Stephen J. Pineda, Springfield Clinic Orthopedic Group, Springfield

Originally presented as part of Developing & Admitting Medical Evidence, available in its entirety as P2004-20U.

Expires: February 1, 2022

Faculty: Dr. Stephen J. Pineda, Springfield Clinic Orthopedic Group, Springfield

Originally presented as part of Developing & Admitting Medical Evidence, available in its entirety as P2004-20U.

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Program Date2/21/2020
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Program Date2/21/2020
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