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Sub Specialty Certification



The following Certification Agencies are directed by the American College of functional Neurology.

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American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders

American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders

The American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders is a sub agency of the American College of Functional Neurology. It certifies physicians who have demonstrated appropriate skills in the clinical applications of Childhood Developmental Disorders and awards the designation of Fellow of the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders (FABCDD) to qualified specialists.


Fellow of the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders Examination Policy:
Purpose & Eligibility:

The purpose of the Childhood Developmental Disorders certification programs of the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders is to conduct certification activities in a manner that upholds standards for competent practice in the health care specialty of Childhood Developmental Disorders as a subspecialty of Functional Neurology. The Board also conducts recertification designed to enhance the continued competence of the individual.

The American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders offers two qualification credentials in Childhood Developmental Disorders by examination. These are:


I.CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
And II.Fellow of the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders (FABCDD)
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS

                         I. Clinicians who have completed specialist level training in Childhood Developmental Disorders from an institutional program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of one hundred fifty (150) credit hours in Childhood Developmental Disorders and who have demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the Board in the specialty of Neurology and the subspecialty of Childhood Developmental Disorders are eligible to be awarded a

CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS
Eligibility:

  • 1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) in the healing arts granted from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent or old a valid and current Teacher’s certificate or Registration, or professional licensure as a therapist (OT, PT, Speech Therapist, Music Therapist).
  • 2. The applicant must have completed one hundred fifty (150) credit hours of training in Childhood Developmental Disorders from an Institution approved by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  • 3. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency or old a valid and current Teacher’s certificate or Registration or professional license as a therapist (OT, PT, Speech Therapist, Music Therapist).
  • 4. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.

Fellow of the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders

II. A Clinician (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) who has completed post-doctoral specialist level training in Childhood Developmental Disorders approved by the program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of four hundred fifty (450) hours in Neurology and Childhood Developmental Disorders and who has demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders in the specialty of Functional Neurology and the subspecialty of Childhood Developmental Disorders will be admitted to the Fellowship Register and qualified as a
Fellow of the American Board of Childhood Developmental Disorders
Eligibility:

  • 1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) in the healing arts granted from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
  • 2. The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed a post doctoral training program in neurology and Childhood Developmental Disorders of four hundred fifty (450) credit hours from a program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  • 3. Candidates must be Board Certified in Neurology by an agency recognized by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  • 4. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
  • 5. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.
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American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation

American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation

The American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation is a sub agency of the American College of Functional Neurology. It certifies clinicians who have demonstrated appropriate skills in applications of vestibular rehabilitation procedures and awards the designation of Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation to qualified specialists.

Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation Examination Policy:
Purpose & Eligibility

The purpose of the Vestibular Rehabilitation certification programs of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation is to conduct certification activities in a manner that upholds standards for competent practice in the health care specialty of Vestibular Rehabilitation as a subspecialty of Functional Neurology. The Board also conducts recertification designed to enhance the continued competence of the individual.

The American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation offers two qualification credentials in Electrodiagnostics by examination. These are: 

  • I.CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION
  • And
  • II.Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation     
  • CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION

I. Clinicians who have completed specialist level training in Vestibular Rehabilitation from an accredited institutional program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of one hundred fifty (150) credit hours in Vestibular Rehabilitation and who have demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the Board in the subspecialty of Vestibular Rehabiliation are eligible to be awarded a
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN VESTIBULAR REHABILITATION
Eligibility:

  • 1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
  • 2. The applicant must have completed one hundred fifty (150) credit hours of training in Vestibular Rehabilitation from an program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  • 3. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
  • 4. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.

Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation (FABVR)

II. A Clinician who has completed post-doctoral specialist level training in Vestibular Rehabilitation approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of four hundred fifty (450) hours in Functional Neurology and Vestibular Rehabilitation and who has demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation in the specialty of Functional Neurology and the subspecialty of Vestibular Rehabilitation will be admitted to the Fellowship Register and qualified as a

Fellow of the American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation (FABVR)
Eligibility:

  • 1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) granted from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
  • 2. The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed an approved post doctoral training program in neurology and vestibular rehabilitation of four hundred fifty (450) credit hours.
  • 3. Candidates must be Board Certified in Neurology by an agency recognized by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  • 4. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
  • 5. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.
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American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties

American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties

The American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties is a sub agency of the American College of Functional Neurology. It certifies physicians who have demonstrated appropriate skills in the clinical applications of electrodiagnostic procedures and awards the designation of Fellow of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties (FABES) to qualified specialists.

Fellow of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties Examination Policy:
Purpose & Eligibility

The purpose of the Electrodiagnostic certification programs of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties is to conduct certification activities in a manner that upholds standards for competent practice in the health care specialty of Electrodiagnostics as a subspecialty of Functional Neurology. The Board also conducts recertification designed to enhance the continued competence of the individual.

            The American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties offers two qualification credentials in Electrodiagnostics by examination. These are:

  • I.CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN ELECTRODIAGNOSTICS
  • And
  • II. Fellow of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties

CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN ELECTRODIAGNOSTICS
 
                    Physicians who have completed specialist level training in Electrodiagnostics from an institutional program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of two hundred fifty (250) credit hours in Electrodiagnostics and who have demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the Board in the specialty of Neurology and the subspecialty of Electrodiagnostics are eligible to be awarded a

CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN Electrodiagnostic Specialties
Eligibility:

  • 1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
  • 2. The applicant must have completed two hundred fifty (250) credit hours of training in Electrodiagnostics from an program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  • 3. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
  • 4. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.

 

Fellow of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties (FABES)

II. A Physician who has completed post-doctoral specialist level training in Electrodiagnostics approved by the program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of four hundred fifty (450) hours in Neurology and Electrodiagnostics and who has demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties in the specialty of Functional Neurology and the subspecialty of Electrodiagnostics will be admitted to the Fellowship Register and qualified as a Fellow of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Specialties (FABES)

 

 

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American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition

American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition

The American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutritionis a sub agency of the American College of Functional Neurology. It certifies clinicians who have demonstrated appropriate skills in applications of neurochemistry and nutrition, and awards the designation of either a Certificate Qualification or Fellow of the American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition to qualified specialists.

 

American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition Examination Policy:

Purpose & Eligibility

The purpose of the Neurochemistry and Nutrition certification programs, of the American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition, is to conduct certification activities in a manner that upholds standards for competent practice in the health care specialty of Neurochemistry and Nutrition, as a subspecialty of Functional Neurology. The Board also conducts recertification designed to enhance the continued competence of the individual.

The American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition offers two qualification credentials in Electrodiagnostics by examination. These are: 

  1. CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN NEUROCHEMISTRY AND NUTRITION
  2. FELLOW OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF NEUROCHEMISTRY AND NUTRITION (FABNN) 

 

I. Clinicians who have completed specialist level training in Neurochemistry and Nutrition from an accredited institutional program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of one hundred fifty (150) credit hours in Neurochemistry and Nutrition and who have demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the Board in the subspecialty of Neurochemistry and Nutrition are eligible to be awarded a
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN NEUROCHEMISTRY AND NUTRITION


Eligibility:

  1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
  2. The applicant must have completed one hundred fifty (150) credit hours of training in Neurochemistry and Nutrition from an program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  3. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
  4. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.


II. A Clinician who has completed post-doctoral specialist level training in Neurochemistry and Nutrition approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of four hundred fifty (450) hours in Functional Neurology and Neurochemistry and Nutrition, and who has demonstrated competency in examinations administered by the American Board of Neurochemistry and Nutrition in the specialty of Functional Neurology and the subspecialty of Neurochemistry and Nutrition will be admitted to the Fellowship Register and qualified as a: FELLOW OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF NEUROCHEMISTRY AND NUTRITION


Eligibility:

  1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) granted from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.
  2. The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed an approved post doctoral training program in neurology as well as neurochemistry and nutrition of four hundred fifty (450) credit hours.
  3. Candidates must be Board Certified in Neurology by an agency recognized by the American College of Functional Neurology.
  4. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.
  5. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.

 

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American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation

 

American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation

 

The American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation is a sub agency of the American College of Functional Neurology. It certifies clinicians who have demonstrated appropriate skills in applications of brain injury and rehabilitation procedures and awards the designation of Fellow of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation to qualified specialists.

Fellow of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation Examination Policy:
Purpose & Eligibility

The purpose of the Brain Injury and Rehabilitation certification programs of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation is to conduct certification activities in a manner that upholds standards for competent practice in the health care specialty of Vestibular Rehabilitation as a subspecialty of Functional Neurology. The Board also conducts recertification designed to enhance the continued competence of the individual.

The American Board of Vestibular Rehabilitation offers two qualification credentials in Brain Injury and Rehabilitation by examination. These are: 

·       I.CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN BRAIN INJURY AND REHABILITATION

·       And

·       II.Fellow of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation     

·       CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN BRAIN INJURY AND REHABILITATION

I. Clinicians who have completed specialist level training in Brain Injury and Rehabilitation from an accredited institutional program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of one hundred fifty (150) credit hours in Brain Injury and Rehabilitation who have demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the Board in the subspecialty of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation are eligible to be awarded a
CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION IN BRAIN INJURY AND REHABILITATION
Eligibility:

·       1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.

·       2. The applicant must have completed one hundred fifty (150) credit hours of training in Brain Injury and Rehabilitation from an program approved by the American College of Functional Neurology.

·       3. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.

·       4. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.

Fellow of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation (FABBIR)

II. A Clinician who has completed post-doctoral specialist level training in Brain Injury and Rehabilitation approved by the American College of Functional Neurology of a minimum of four hundred fifty (450) hours in Functional Neurology and Brain Injury and Rehabilitation and who has demonstrated competency in both written and practical examinations administered by the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation in the specialty of Functional Neurology and the subspecialty of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation will be admitted to the Fellowship Register and qualified as a

Fellow of the American Board of Brain Injury and Rehabilitation (FABBIR)
Eligibility:

·       1. The applicant must hold a Doctoral Degree (MD, DO, DC, DPT, DPM, DDS, DMD, Aud.D, PhD, D.Sci) granted from an accredited college (USA) or its equivalent.

·       2. The applicant must show evidence of having successfully completed an approved post doctoral training program in neurology and Brain Injury and Rehabilitation of four hundred fifty (450) credit hours.

·       3. Candidates must be Board Certified in Neurology by an agency recognized by the American College of Functional Neurology.

·       4. The applicant must possess a license or registration to practice a primary health care profession and be in good standing with the respective licensing/registration agency.

·       5. The candidate must submit an application on a form specified by the Board within the Board designated deadline.

 

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