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Requirements for Eligibility

Eligibility Requirements

Candidates must meet eligibility requirements for the year in which the examination is taken, regardless of prior approval. Eligibility does not carry over automatically from year to year.

Because this is a Certificate of Added Qualification, you MUST be actively ABEM certified to be eligible for registration.

Candidates must meet all of the following: 
1. Hold a valid, unrestricted license to practice medicine.
2. Be board certified by either the ABPN, ABPMR, AOPN, AOPMR or the Canadian equivalent. * 
3. Be actively board certified by the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM);  Active Certificate of Recognition diplomates are eligible.
4. Have conducted and/or interpreted 150 neuromuscular ultrasound examinations on suitable patients over the past 36 months, with 15 or fewer being for needle guidance. 

* Must be a Diplomate or equivalent of a Board of Neurology or Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation outside of the United States or Canada if an active Certificate of Recognition diplomate.