Dr. Scott L. Rosa, DC, BCAO

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Dr. Scott L. Rosa, DC, BCAO

Concussion: Advancements in Dynamic Upright MRI imaging of misalignments at the craniocervical junction post head/neck trauma, and there ill effects on Brain and central nerve system function

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Dr. Scott L. Rosa, DC, BCAO

Concussion: Advancements in Dynamic Upright MRI imaging of misalignments at the craniocervical junction post head/neck trauma, and there ill effects on Brain and central nerve system function

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Dr. Rosa has been an upper cervical practitioner in private practice in New York for 27 years. Dr. Rosa is a 1987 Palmer Graduate and a Board Certified Atlas Orthogonist. Dr. Rosa is Vice President of the R.W. Sweat Research Foundation, as well as Chairman of the Research Studies Group.

Dr. Rosa has developed a “Patented Advanced Trauma Imaging Procedure” utilizing motion X-ray and dynamic upright MRI, for viewing soft tissue injuries post head/neck trauma. Dr. Rosa has developed and patented “Image Guided Atlas Treatment” (IGATâ„¢) which utilizes dynamic upright MRI imaging to derive adjusting vectors for correction of misalignments at the craniocervical junction. Dr. Rosa was awarded Upper Cervical Research Chiropractor of the Year by the ICA.

Dr Rosa has created new imaging procedures in the last 15 years working developmentally with the Inventor of the MRI, (Dr. Raymond Damadian) and FONAR Corp (upright MRI) in developing his advanced dynamic imaging procedure. He has worked with FONAR Corp. in developing cine CSF flow software as well as cine motion MRI and vertebral artery flow studies which have been instrumental in providing advanced images validating upper cervical adjusting pre and post C1 correction, as well as patho-physiological changes at the craniocervical junction.

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Advancements in Dynamic Upright MRI imaging of misalignments at the craniocervical junction post head/neck trauma, and there ill effects on Brain and central nerve system function

This illuminating presentation will focus on understanding the intricacies of injuries at the craniocervical junction and the resulting effects. Dr. Rosa will review the neuroanatomy and biomechanics and then help you to understand the glymphatic system and its function via CSF flow. When chiropractors take into account the ill effects of aberrant CSF flow and track the changes in its function via dynamic imaging we are better able to assist with the correction. You will see the CSF flow studies, arteriole/venous studies and pre and post C1 adjustment MRIs. This fascinating presentation will allow you to understand and explain the plausible connection between aberrant CSF flow and neuro-inflammatory and neurodegenerative brain disease.

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