Please Note: Due to training material rewriting, some courses were temporarily suspended in 2018 and 2019. Sessions will resume from July 2019.



Module: Spine

Saturday, 3 AUGUST 2019

Time 11.30 am to 2.30 pm
Location AMA NSW House Level 6, 69 Christie St, St. Leonards NSW 2065
Module fee: $961
Duration: 3 hours
Facilitator: Dr David Crocker

Module description:

This module will cover permanent impairment assessment of the Spine according to the modified approach to AMA5 methodology set out in the NSW workers compensation guidelines for the evaluation of permanent impairment 4th edition (Guidelines).

About the Facilitator: Dr David Crocker

 Dr David Crocker is an Occupational Medicine specialist in Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Module dependency:

Core Module.

The core module is a pre-requisite for any module/body system training.

Register Now:

Click on the book now button at the top of the page or click HERE to register for the Spine module.

Program details:

After registration and payment, you will be able to access the course material, pre-training questionnaire and module assessment.

The pre-training questionnaire must be completed and submitted at least 48 hours before the face to face session.

After the face to face session is completed, you will be given access to the competency-based assessment.

You will have to complete and return the assessment within 10 working days from the face to face session.


More training dates coming soon

if you are interested in this module but none of the available training dates suit you, please express your interest by using the “contact us” form available HERE. or send us an email at amatraining@amavic.com.au.


A copy of the American Medical Association Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment 5th Edition (AMA5) will not be provided. You can buy a copy of the AMA5 Guides by clicking on the button below:

PLEASE NOTE: You will not need to buy a copy of the AMA5 Guides for the Psychiatry module and for the Visual system Module.


Click here to buy a copy of the AMA5 Guides