MSK Master – Randy E. Moore, DC, RDMS, RMSK
Dr. Moore is a highly regarded and sought after pioneer, teacher and author in the quickly emerging field of musculoskeletal sonography. His straightforward, easily understood teaching methods have been deemed essential to shortening the learning curve for medical practitioners, medical sonographers, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, physical therapists and allied health professionals as they develop expertise in MSK sonography.
Worldwide, more and more healthcare professionals are tapping the well of diagnostic sonography—it is quickly becoming the standard of care for visualizing musculoskeletal anatomy.
Randy E. Moore is a Doctor of Chiropractic and a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Since 1994, his work has focused entirely on using diagnostic ultrasound to evaluate the musculoskeletal system. His expertise is called upon by ultrasound manufacturers (GE, Sonosite, Ultrasonix, Esaote, Terason, Phillips) and teaching institutions (National Institute of Health, Beth Israel Hospital NY, Walter Reed, University of Dayton, University of Kentucky, Temple, and Loma Linda) throughout the United States.
27 years of exclusive work in MSK Ultrasound
Acquired RMSK credential in the very first offering of the exam.
Published first MSK ultrasound textbook in 1999.
Developed the JADE Protocol (Joint Activity and Damage Exam), a validated and copyrighted protocol that produced data showing ultrasound soft tissue characterization is equal or superior to MRI.