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About Steve Fridinger

Stephen Lee Fridinger, DC, DACBR, graduated from Northwestern Health Sciences University as a doctor of chiropractic in 1998. He completed a radiology residency in 2001 and has earned a diplomate from the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. Dr. Fridinger currently works at Consulting Radiologists, Ltd. performing MRI/CT and plain film interpretation from chiropractic referrals. He has worked as an adjunct continuing education lecturer for Northwestern since 2002. Dr. Fridinger is also an active member of various local and national chiropractic associations.

Email: stephen.fridinger@crlmed.com

About Renee DeVries

Renée M. DeVries, BS, DC, DACBR graduated from Northwestern College of Chiropractic as a doctor of chiropractic with a bachelor’s degree in human biology in 1985.  She completed a residency in diagnostic imaging at Northwestern in 1996 and received her diplomate from the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology. Dr. DeVries is as an associate professor and a consulting radiologist for Northwestern. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree at the in education policy and administration at the University of Minnesota.

Email: rdevries@nwhealth.edu

About Jeff Rich

Jeffrey A. Rich, DC, DACBR received his doctor of chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic and then completed a three-year full time imaging residency. After passing the board-certification examinations, he accepted a position as an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Sciences Department at Northwestern. While at Northwestern, he lectured extensively for the imaging department and continuing education department, provided imaging consultation for the campus-based film interpretation service, and treated patients in the University Health Service. In 1999, he was honored as Northwestern’s Teacher-of-the-Year. In 2003, Dr. Rich accepted a position at the National University of Health Sciences as the director of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging. He was also faculty director for the Imaging Residency Program and director of the National MRI Center. Dr. Rich re-joined the faculty of Northwestern in September 2005. He enjoys his time lecturing and spending time "in the dark" interpreting imaging studies. In his free time, he spends time with his wife and five children and serving in the local church.
E-mail: jrich@nwhealth.edu

About Anita Manne

Anita L. Manne, DC, DACBR graduated from Logan College of Chiropractic in 1981.  Then  she pursued advanced training in radiology at both Logan College and Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.  She became board certified in 1985, the same year she accepted the position of Assistant Professor at Northwestern.  Dr. Manne started Northwestern’s Radiological Consultation Service in 1986.  Currently a ranking full professor, she continues to teach and provide radiology consultations.  Dr. Manne lives in Southwest Minneapolis with her husband of 22 years, Jim Nicholas, and their two children, Emily (20) and James (15).
E-mail: amanne@nwhealth.edu

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