Dr. Rudy Heiser


Dr. Rudy  Heiser

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Biography


Curriculum Vitae
 
Rudy N. Heiser, DC, MS, DACBR
Assistant Professor
Board Certified Radiologist
Department of Clinical Sciences & Practice
NUHS –Florida Campus
 
 
 
Education
  • Master of Science in Diagnostic Imaging (MS) - Summa Cum Laude
            National University of Health Sciences
                        Lombard, Illinois        
            August 17th, 2010
 
  • Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) - Cum Laude & Salutatorian
            National University of Health Sciences
             Lombard, Illinois
December 11th, 2004 
 
  • Honors Bachelor of Science (HBSc) - Major Zoology & Minor Genetics
            University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, Canada
08/1996 – 05/2001
 
Residency Training
  • Diagnostic Imaging (3-year residency)
            National University of Health Sciences
                        Lombard, Illinois        
            09/2007 – 08/2010
 
Certification
  • Board Certified Radiologist
American Chiropractic Board of Radiology (ACBR)
            August 7th, 2010
 
 
 
Professional Licensure
  • Florida 09/10 - present
  • Illinois 09/07- present
  • North Carolina 02/05 – present
  • South Carolina 01/07 – 01/11
  • Ontario 2004-2011
 
Professional Experience
·         Assistant Professor
National University of Health Sciences - Florida
September 2010 - present
 
·         Radiology Resident
National University of Health Sciences
September 2007 - August 2010
 
·         Locum Tenens
North Carolina & South Carolina
 
·         Associate Chiropractic Physician
               Charlotte, North Carolina
February 2005 - January 2007           
 
Teaching Experience
·         Continuing Education Lecturer
o   Florida Chiropractic Association –
§ Advanced Imaging of the Upper Extremity: A review of common neuromusculoskeletal conditions of the upper quarter.
§ Jacksonville March 2011, Boca Raton, June 2011, Orlando August 2011
o   Florida Chiropractic Association – Chiropractic Radiologic Technician Program
§ Physics, positioning, artifacts, normal variants, calcification and osteonecrosis
§ Orlando August 2011
 
·         Assistant Professor/Clinician - Department of Clinical Sciences
                     National University of Health Sciences
                                         2010 – present
o   Courses:
§ RA6205 Fundamentals of Imaging: Tumors (2.5)
§ MM6208 Orthopedic Musculoskeletal Imaging (1.0)
o   Special and Guest Lectures:
§ Advanced Imaging of the Upper Extremity: A review of common neuromusculoskeletal conditions of the upper quarter
§ Genetic Disorders of Biochemical Metabolism
§ Introduction to Advanced Imaging
§ Introduction to Genitourinary Imaging
§ Introduction to Gastrointestinal Imaging
§ MR Imaging of Rotator Cuff Injuries
§ MR Imaging of Glenoid Labrum Injuries
§ MR Imaging of Common Elbow Injuries
§ MR Imaging of Unsuspected Elbow Pathology
§ MR Imaging of Wrist Fractures, Dislocations & AVN
§ MR Imaging of the Wrist: TFCC and Ligament Injuries
§ Radiology: Common Congenital Anomalies
§ Radiology: Traumatic Injury to the Cervical Spine
 
 
·         Laboratory Adjunct Instructor – EM 5305 Visceral Anatomy
Department of Basic Sciences
National University of Health Sciences - Florida
2010
 
·         Laboratory Adjunct Instructor – Cox Flexion / Distraction Mobilization Technique
                  Department of Clinical Sciences
National University of Health Sciences
                  2009
 
·         Examiner, Department of Clinical Sciences
National University of Health Sciences – Illinois & Florida
Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
                        2007 – 2011
 
·         Examiner, Department of Clinical Sciences
National University of Health Sciences - Florida
Phase III
                        2010 - 2011
 
·         Adjunct Instructor/Proctor:
§ RA 5206 Normal Radiographic Anatomy & Variants – various lectures
§ RA 6203 Fundamentals of Imaging-Arthritides & Trauma: laboratory proctor
§ RA 6302 Fundamentals of Imaging-Chest & Abdomen: laboratory proctor
§ RA 6408 Radiologic Management & Report Writing- prelab and lab
§ RA 6409 Radiographic Positioning & Advanced Imaging- prelab and lab
2007 - 2010
 
·         Teaching Assistant – Anatomy
                  NUHS Department of Basic Sciences
National University of Health Sciences
                        2002 - 2004
 
Publications
  • Heiser R, Bogar, W, Cambron J & Fergus M. Thymic follicular hyperplasia presenting as a large mediastinal mass in a 42-year-old woman. Clinical Pulmonary Medicine. July 2009: Volume 16 (4): 229-231.
  • Grieve TJ, Cramer GD, Cantu JA, McKinnis RA, Heiser R,Bogar W, Miley H.Reliability of Grading Zygapophyseal (Z) Joint Degeneration from MRIs of Subjects with Acute Low Back Pain. Experimental Biology Annual Meeting. April 18-22, 2009. New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
Professional Advanced Education
·         Over 300 hours of NUHS Advanced Musculoskeletal Training in Clinical Orthopedics by D. Skogsbergh, G. Cramer, M. Kowalski, R. Swenson & S. Fonda, 2007 - present
·         Orthopaedic MRI Reading Course by Stephen Pomeranz: How to Really Do It. November 24-27, 2009 – 25 CME Credits AMA/PRA Category 1 CME 
·         Virtual Radiology Fellowship by David W. Stoller: Knee - 15 CME Credits AMA/PRA Category 1, 2009
·         Virtual Radiology Fellowship by David W. Stoller: Shoulder - 15 CME Credits AMA/PRA Category 1, 2009
·         Kinesio Taping KT1, KT2 & KT3 – St. Petersburg, FL, 2011
·         American Chiropractic College of Radiology - St. Louis, September 2010
·         American Chiropractic College of Radiology -  Baltimore, September 2009
·         Sole Supports Orthotics training program- Shawn W. Allen, DC, DABCO, 2004
·         Part I Advantage Golf training program- Greg Rose, DC, 2003



Subjects Taught


Anatomy, Biological Science


Course Schedule


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0490   Fall Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
BSC 2085  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 1892 EC Online Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
BSC 2086  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 1715 EC Online Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
BSC 2086L  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY II 2590 SEMIn Class Aug 18 2014Dec 12 2014
0485   Summer Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
BSC 2086  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 1282 EC Online May 19 2014Jul 25 2014
BSC 2086L  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY II 763 SEMIn Class May 19 2014Jul 25 2014
0480   Spring Term 2014
CourseSectionCampusFormatStartsEnds
BSC 2086  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 958 EC Online Jan 13 2014May 9 2014
BSC 2086L  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY II 2250 SEMIn Class Jan 13 2014May 9 2014
BSC 2086L  HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY II 3197 SEMIn Class Jan 13 2014May 9 2014