What is a DACBR?


DACBR is an acronym that stands for Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology, and is the designation given to chiropractic radiologists identifying their unique qualification and training to interpret medical images. To earn this designation, one must complete a 3-4 year postdoctoral residency training program in radiology at an accredited university, and then pass a rigorous two part board examination.

Many chiropractic radiologists (DACBR’s) go on to complete further training in musculoskeletal and/or neuroradiology through various fellowship programs which emphasize various modalities of advanced cross-sectional imaging such as MRI and ultrasound. 

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