The University of Bridgeport announces a new specialty-training program in orthopedic-neuromusculoskeletal medicine.
The University of Bridgeport through the Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department announces an advanced clinical training program in Orlando, Florida. The three-year program will provide a blended course of study with on-site clinical education, distance learning, and resident training. This advanced clinical training program will prepare the chiropractic physician to perform orthopedic-neuromusculoskeletal evaluation and management services as a specialist in primary care. Completion of the training will qualify a chiropractic physician as eligible to sit for The Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists specialty Board certification examination; leading to a Diplomate in Orthopedic-Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine. For additional information, contact Dr. James J. Lehman, Director of Health Sciences Postgraduate Education. email@example.com