Electrodiagnostics Certification Program New York 2018

CNI offers a 150 hour comprehensive program in electrodiagnostic medicine. It is a thorough program covering nerve conduction studies, needle EMG and evoked potentials. The program is designed for the Doctoral level health care professional (M.D./D.O., D.C., D.P.M., D.P.T.) and is designed for the learner to obtain core competency in the selection, performance and interpretation of electrodiagnostic studies. This program is taught live via synchronous webinar format for six of the ten sessions. Four sessions must be attanded live as they are "hands on" practical sessions to develop technical competency.
Learn the theory and practice of nerve conduction studies, needle electromyography (EMG) and evoked potentials. Upon completion of this program doctors will have the skills to perform and interpret the findings of these scientifically validated diagnostic procedures. Aditionally, report writing, reimbursement coding and third-party reimbursement procedures will be discussed. These procedures will greatly enhance your ability to manage your patients with spine and radicular pain syndromes, as well as peripheral neuropathies, such as carpal tunnel syndrome. These procedures are within the scope of practice for Doctoral level health care providers. In addition, these procedures are reimbursable by most insurance companies.
The electrodiagnostics certificate program is a “hybrid” live webinar and live on site “hands on” course. The lecture (didactic) modules are offered via live webinar format. This means that participants can log on and participate in the course from the comfort of their home or office, without the time and expense of travel! A simple desktop or laptop computer with speakers and an internet connection is required. An inexpensive headset is recommended for best interaction, however there are no other hardware requirements. A smart device, such as iPhone, iPad, Android, etc. is not viable for webinar attendance verification, and therefore may not be used to become certified. Four of the ten modules require local attendance as they are “hands on” laboratory modules. For those weekends, the participant will have an EMG instrument at their disposal so they may perfect their nerve conduction study and EMG skills.
Tuition: $675 per Module / Full Course Pre-pay $6,000
Course Locations:
Live Webinar Modules may be attended online only
Laboratory modules require local attendance:
On Site Hands On NEW YORK: NYCC Post Graduate Department 70 Division Ave Levittown NY 11756
Course Times:
Webinar: Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
On Site Hands On LAB: Saturday: 11:00 am - 7:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Module 1: Live Webinar
Saturday, January 13 and Sunday, January 14  2018
Introduction to Principles and Practices of Electrodiagnosis

Module 2: Live Webinar
Saturday, February 10 and Sunday, February 11 2018
Neuropathy and Radiculopathy of the Upper Extremity

Module 3: On Site Hands On
Saturday, March 10  and Sunday, March 11  2018
Motor and Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies of the Upper Extremity Practicum Laboratory

Module 4: Live Webinar
Saturday, April 14 and Sunday, April 15  2018
Polyneuropathy, Neuropathy and Radiculopathy of the Lower Extremity

Module 5: On Site Hands On
Saturday, May 5  and Sunday, May 6  2018
Motor and Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies of the Lower Extremity Practicum Laboratory

Module 6: Live Webinar
Saturday, June 2  and Sunday, June 3  2018
Introduction to Needle Electromyography (EMG)

Module 7: On Site Hands On
Saturday, July 14  and Sunday, July 15  2018
Needle EMG of the Upper and Lower Extremity and Practicum Laboratory

Module 8: Live Webinar
Saturday, August 4  and Sunday, August 5 2018
Evoked Potentials and Introduction to Intraoperative Monitoring

Module 9: Live Webinar
Saturday, September 8  and Sunday, Sepember 9  2018
Case Reviews, Interpretive reporting, and coding/reimbursement

Module 10: On Site Hands on
Saturday, October 6  and Sunday, October 7  2018
Comprehensive Course Review and Certification Examinations


Clinical Neurosciences Institute, LLC develops and adminsters medical education programs in the areas of clinical neurology and electrodiagnostics. It is the learner's responsibility to fully investigate and understand their jurisdiction's laws and rules regulating  the practice of medicine and electrodiagnostic medicine. In no way does CNI guarantee that any health care professional that completes our programs is legally eligible to practice these techniques in their respective state or jurisdiction. This determination is solely the responsibility of the learner. Likewise, CNI does not in any manner, implied or explicit,  guarantee or assure that learners will succesfully pass any/all specialty board examinations. Many, but not all, of CNI programs are accredited by various colleges. It is the full responsibility of the learner to inquire with their respective state board to determine if CEU credits are granted. Many state boards will not grant CEU credit for on demand, or asynchronous educational formats. The International Board of Elctrodiagnosis and the International Board of Chiropractic Neurology grant full credit for any educational delivery format.