With locations in New York and Indiana, CEN provides its students with a deep and broad IONM knowledge base through a unique blend of classroom-based didactics and hands-on practical training in the operating room. CEN’s clinicians are evaluated at every stage of their education. Graduates of CEN’s Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring program have achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the Certification Examination in Neurophysiologic Intraoperative Monitoring (CNIM) as of December 2020.
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I went to school for one career, but in that very institution, I found another. A valuable part of my chiropractic education was a specialty that many overlook or simply don’t expect. Part of my chiropractic education at Life Chiropractic College included electrodiagnostic proficiency training.
Healthcare needs are everywhere, but Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (IONM) is not. Our goal is to close that gap. IONM clinicians are integral members of surgical teams, helping to create a better quality of life for thousands of patients. And the field is growing. However, there’s a global gap, as countries outside the United States lag behind in IONM services with patients and communities are suffering as a result.
"Do you miss being a physical therapist?" It's a question I'm frequently asked, and my response is always the same. That little voice in my head starts taking on a slightly exasperated tone. Last time I checked, I am still licensed as a physical therapist in a couple of states and still consider myself a PT, working in a subspecialty of a subspecialty.
“I couldn’t be more grateful and happy with the training I have received from CEN program, because it’s been helping me get such great evaluations here with my colleagues.”
Wajiha Azaz, CEN Student