Neuroradiology 101 and Nothingburgers: How Non-Radiologists Can Evaluate for Legitimate vs Frivolous Claims Based on Imaging
Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021
11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET
Spine cases – Principles to evaluate your case merit
Bulge vs herniation
Why distribution of pathology matters
Why multi-level nature of pathology matters and why “more is less”
Osteophyte, desiccation, and other post traumatic associated findings
When imaging evidence is best used and when it is best discounted
Analogies – the carrot, the celery stock, the twig, the rubber band, and the grey hair
This webinar is free for AAAM members and $50 for nonmembers. Pre-registration is required.
Meet Our Speaker
With training from Harvard, Yale, Columbia, and other top-tier institutions, Dr. Daniel Cousin is a dual-boarded, fellowship-trained expert in Diagnostic Radiology in active clinical practice who offers same-day (<24 hr) turnarounds on radiology consultations. Dr. Cousin is a pioneer in 4D demonstrative evidence, has impressive lecturing and public speaking experience, presents well before juries, and has testified as an expert over 60 times in the last 4 years. As of 2021, his plaintiff/defense split is approximately 50/50. Dr. Cousin has served as the Medical Director in private practice, and also as the Program Director for a residency program where he was responsible for teaching newly minted doctors to be radiologists. He has nearly two decades of experience in the field including both academic and private practices and both clinical and administrative positions. Dr. Cousin is currently the Clinical Director for BayView Radiology in Florida. He is board-certified by both the American Board of Radiology and also by the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Cousin provides expert consultation for attorneys, insurance companies, vendors, etc. both nationally and internationally. He is committed to providing quality consults for independent reads, written reports, expert testimony, and other consulting services, all at a competitive fee. Dr. Cousin received his BA from Harvard University graduating Magna Cum Laude with a joint honors degree in Cognitive Neuroscience, his MD from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and completed his radiology residency training from Yale – Norwalk Hospitals and University of Florida Shands Hospital – Gainesville programs. In addition, Dr. Cousin completed his postdoctoral fellowship at Columbia University – NY Presbyterian in Whole Body imaging where he was Chief Fellow. Dr. Cousin served as the Program Director for the Radiology Residency at Columbia University’s affiliate residency.
Learn more about Dr. Cousin in AAAM’s summer 2021 Member Spotlight.