Anita L. Manne
- College of Chiropractic
- Research Associate
- Wolfe Harris Center for Clinical Studies
- Director, Radiology Consulting Services
Office Phone:952-888-4777 ext. 464
Currently Teaching (2012-2013)
- RADIOLOGY OF ABDOMEN AND CHEST
- SKELETAL RADIOLOGY 1
- SKELETAL RADIOLOGY 4
I am a teacher, first and foremost. From an early age, I enjoyed helping others and exploring different ways of looking at things, both simple and complex. Chiropractic as a career became my passion after meeting some enthusiastic students from Logan College in Missouri, but my grand plan to be a clinician stalled after I became interested in radiology as a first year student.
After graduating from Logan in 1981, a radiology residency opportunity presented itself at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, now Southern California University of Health Sciences. I studied under Dr. Joseph Howe, one of the great chiropractic teachers/mentors of our time. After that I joined Northwestern in 1985 as a newly credentialed chiropractic radiologist. I’ve been here ever since.
My professional interests include all facets of musculoskeletal radiology, chest radiology, technological enhancements to teaching and learning, and student motivation. I serve as the chair of the Master of Health Science in Diagnostic Imaging program in the College of Graduate Health Sciences.
- American Chiropractic Board of Radiologists, 1985
- Bachelor of Science - Logan College of Chiropractic, 1979
- Doctor of Chiropractic - Logan College of Chiropractic, 1981
DeVries RM, Manne AL, Wessely M. The cervical spine. In Wessely M, Young M eds. Essential Musculoskeletal MRI. Oxford, Elsevier; 2011:2.
DeVries RM, Manne AL. Cervical MRI. Part I: a basic overview. Clinical Chiropractic. 2003;6:137-143.
Manne AL. Intraosseous ganglion of the wrist: a case study. Journal of Chiropractic Diagnostic Imaging. 1985:10-12.