Jamie P. Motley, MS, DC, DACBR
Jamie Motley, DC, DACBR, Associate Professor of Radiology, Life West
Dr. Jamie P Motley, MS, DC, DACBR completed her Doctorate of Chiropractic studies in 2009 at Life Chiropractic College West. As a chiropractic student, Motley developed a keen interest in radiology. Shortly following graduation she entered a Diplomat of the American Chiropractic College of Radiology post-doctorate program at New York Chiropractic College in upstate NY. Upon successfully completing the DACBR program, Dr. Motley started a private reading practice interpreting Radiographic, MRI and CT musculoskeletal studies. In 2013, Dr Motley accepted a teaching position here at Life West where she currently teaches and reads imaging studies and inspires students.
Life Chiropractic College West
Associate Professor of Radiology
Department of Associated Clinical Sciences
- Physics of Diagnostic Radiology: Introduction to the physics of x-ray. Photon production, projection, collimation, attenuation, and image formation. The various components of x-ray systems and the biological effects of ionizing radiation and on patient protection. Course Lead
- Radiology II: Arthritis including seronegative, seropositive and crystal deposition diseases. Skeletal trauma with emphasis on classic radiographic findings, name signs, classification systems and appropriate follow-up and referrals.
- Introduction to Research Methodology: Students are introduced to design and structure of scientific methods, organization and construction of a scientific paper. Important criteria for the evaluation of research claims and interpretation of results and conclusions.
- Bone and Joint Pathodiagnosis: Pathological and clinical presentations of conditions affecting the skeleton. Topics addressed include arthritis, neoplasm, osteoporosis, fracture, infection, avascular necrosis, and skeletal dysplasia. X-rays will be introduced to illustrate various disorders.