Lindsay J. Rowe, DC, MD, DACBR, a distinguished international lecturer and author, has pursued a varied career as both a chiropractor and as a medical doctor. Now in its third edition, “Essentials of Skeletal Radiology”, co-authored with Dr. Terry Yochum, is an internationally respected text on skeletal radiology.
Earning his doctor of chiropractic degree with honors from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia in 1979, Dr. Rowe subsequently practiced chiropractic and later achieved board certification in chiropractic radiology. He chaired the Department of Radiology at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic Hospital in Toronto, Ontario from 1982 to 1984.
Dr. Rowe completed a medical degree from the University of Newcastle, went on to finish a hospital residency program in general and emergency medicine and surgery, becoming senior registrar and fellow in Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology in Newcastle, Australia.
He currently practices radiology at John Hunter Hospital in Melbourne, Australia and is an associate professor at the University of Newcastle, and an adjunct professor at both Northwestern Health Sciences University and Murdoch University in Murdoch, Western Australia. He recently joined the radiology staff at the Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) with locations worldwide.