Registered in Musculoskeletal™ (RMSK™) Sonography Credential Information
The new Registered in Musculoskeletal™ (RMSK™) sonography credential raises the standard of musculoskeletal sonography practice worldwide and promotes best practices for enhanced patient safety. To be eligible for a RMSK credential, you must first meet specific educational and professional experience requirements. You must then pass the Musculoskeletal (MSK) sonography examination, which is four hours long and contains 200 questions.
New! The next MSK examination administration is September 10 - October 11, 2013. ARDMS will begin accepting applications for this testing period on June 10, 2013. Click here to sign-up and receive e-mail reminders about application dates.
- MSK Prerequisite requirements - New and Enhanced!
- MSK How to Apply Guide
- MSK Practice Examination
- MSK Examination Sample Questions
- MSK Frequently Asked Questions
- MSK Examination Schedule
- The MSK Sonography Credentialing Examination Content Outline
- Listing of MSK CME Courses
- Listing of ARDMS-accepted CME Sponsors and CME Websites
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Who should take the MSK examination? The RMSK™ credential will apply to individuals who hold a current valid license or active certification in a health related field* and who practice musculoskeletal ultrasound to include but not limited to:
- Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians and Specialists
- Sports Medicine Practitioners
- Osteopathic Surgeons
- Orthopedic Surgeons
*An individual who's health care practice is enhanced, or directly related to the use of MSK sonography.