Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy
This program is worth up to 2.0 CME credits.
Cervical spondylosis is the most common cause of myelopathy. Neurologists are often asked to see patients with cervical myelopathy that could be due to spondylosis. This course will describe the symptoms and signs, epidemiology and pathophysiology, differential diagnosis, key diagnostic tests, and medical and surgical treatment options for treating cervical spondylotic myelopathy.
Up to 2.0 CME credits
*Free access is limited to one course at a time for eligible members.
As a result of this program the learner will:
Evaluate, diagnose, and treat Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy.
- Patient Care
- Medical Knowledge
- Practice-Based Learning and Improvement
- Systems-Based Practice
Date of Release
October 6, 2015
This module is eligible for CME credits for three years from the release date.
Confidentiality of Data
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Faculty & Disclosures
J.D. Bartleson, MD, FAAN
Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN
*Dr. Bartleson has nothing to disclose.
A. GORDON SMITH, MD, FAAN
University of Utah Department of Neurology
Salt Lake City, Utah
*Dr. Smith has received personal compensation for activities with Allergan, Baxter Bioscience, Merz, Pfizer and NeurogesX as a consultant..
Maureen Holtzman, Senior Manager, Education
*Ms. Holtzman has nothing to disclose.
Robert Rook, Program Manager, Digital Education Resources
*Mr. Rook has nothing to disclose.
Susan Rodmyre, Senior Director, Education
*Ms. Rodmyre has nothing to disclose.
Kurt Wiersma, Senior Manager, Web Development
*Mr. Wiersma has nothing to disclose.