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Cervical Artery Dissection

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Clinical |  Diagnosis
Dr. Stephan J Troyanovich, DC
1 Hour


Vertebrobasilar stroke following manipulation is a topic that has generated great interest in the medical literature and popular media.  A thorough discussion of the topic is covered based upon the scientific evidence and a review and analysis of the American Heart Association/American Stroke  Association Scientific Statement is presented.  Prevention and action steps if this tragic event occurs in the chiropractic physician's office is also covered.


This course was presented by Dr. Steve Troyanovich on September 1, 2014. 




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Dr. Steve Troyanovich is a 1987 Cum Laude graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He has authored six books and authored or co-authored over 50 scientific journal articles regarding chiropractic evaluation and treatment methods. Dr. Troyanovich maintains a full-time private practice in Normal, Illinois and is a physician researcher for the Central Illinois Neuroscience Foundation where he also serves as the Chairman of their Research Committee. In his spare time, he is the Editor of the scholarly journal, Chiropractic History



Overall:      4.5

Total Reviews: 261


Harmony K - Springfield, Illinois


Gary S - Macomb, Illinois

"no comments"

Rob G

"Great review of strong literature. Thanks!"

Roy C - Cahokia, Illinois


Amelia C - Chicago, Illinois

"thank you"

Justin H - Carrollton, Illinois


Leslie Q - Danvers, Illinois

"Tremendous educator."

Hector R - Cicero, Illinois

"So welcomed because it is committed to the truth and the truth is favorable to our profession, Thank you Dr Troyanovich."

Robert M - TUSCOLA, Illinois

"It was important information for Chiropractic, especially involving prescreening patients with possible VA symptoms "

Meaghan C - Naperville, Illinois

"It would have been better if the analysis of the information given was included in type not just verbal."

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