Logan University welcomed Michael S. Montileone, MD, DACR, DC, DACBR (1980) to campus on May 30 for the 12th Annual Joseph W. Howe Oration in Diagnostic Imaging.
During his presentation titled “MD versus DC radiologist, What’s the Difference?” Dr. Montileone detailed the differences and similarities between these two types of radiology. Ultimately, he said, “Bottom line: we’re all here to help the patient. That’s what it’s all about.”
Dr. Montileone completed two years of radiology residency training at the Phillip Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, and was awarded Diplomate status by the American Chiropractic Board of Radiology in 1983. Today, Dr. Montileone is a medical radiologist at Tidewater Diagnostic Imaging LLC and musculoskeletal radiologist at Sentara Williamsburg Hospital, Sentara Careplex Hospital and Port Warwick Medical Center in Virginia.