Christopher R. Hancock, MD

Approved by Medical Advisory Board on 26 Nov 2014

Christopher R. Hancock, MD

Director of Neuroradiology, United States

Neuroradiologist Director of Neuroradiology at the University of California Riverside and formerly at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. Active research interests in stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and pain management. Dr. Hancock has lectured worldwide.

Neuroradiologist • Musculoskeletal imaging
My experience
14 years
What clients say about me

"Thank you for your excellent, detailed report on my brain and your unexpected, report of my neck and for sending it so promptly too. I also appreciate the clarity of the report which was easy to read and the summary being in layman’s terms. It also gives me a better understanding of my symptoms; I also appreciate your general advice to me regarding diabetes etc. And a lot more information than NHS neurologists have ever given me. Thanks P Monti "

(23 reviews)
Consultation Report
Delivery time
1 workday
Video Consultation
About me

I am a Board Certified Diagnostic Radiologist and Board Certified Neuroradiologist through the American Board of Radiology. I am an assistant clinical professor of Radiology at The University of California Riverside School of Medicine and a reviewer for The American Journal of Neuroradiology, The Spine Journal, and Neurographics. I have presented on a wide range of Neuroradiological and Musculoskeletal topics both nationally and internationally.

Client reviews
  • I appreciate that you went bone by bone. That was helpful. I am so glad you saw no lesions or demyelinating disease. It gives me more confidence in the first opinion reading. Thank you because I have no where else to turn. I will be back since I have one more test.

    Katey, 12 Aug 2016
  • Thank you for the report. I wanted to see if Dr. Hancock's interpretation would backup the report I received from my 1st second opinion I receive and it did. I was very pleased with his work and it gave me the information I needed to approach the workers com insurance with the right information about my back. They did request a second MRI of the area Dr. Hancock suggested.

    Anonymous patient, 11 May 2016
  • The reason I asked for a diagnosis is due to neither my consultant nor GP would take the time to explain the scans to me.

    The report was very detailed and thorough even picking up on issues I had not queried,

    The language was very technical, even with the aid of a dictionary I found it hard to understand, though the summary was more clear.
    I am still unsure whether it is my neck that is causing the spasm's in my back or problems lower down the spine.

    Overall I am satisfied and feel it was worthwhile.

    Anonymous patient, 07 Apr 2016
Experience and training
  • Current (since April 2011)
    Director of Neuroradiology
  • August 2008 - April 2011
    Director of Neuroradiology
    Mount Sinai Medical Center
  • July 2007 - July 2008
    Neuroradiology Fellowship
    University of Miami
  • July 2007 - July 2008
    Neuroradiology Fellow, University of Miami
    United States
  • July 2006 - July 2007
    Musculoskeletal - Orthopedic Radiology Fellowship
    University of Miami
  • July 2006 - July 2007
    Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellow, University of Miami
    United States
  • July 2003 - July 2006
    Diagnostic Radiology Residency
    University of Miami
  • July 2003 - July 2006
    Diagnostic Radiology Resident, University of Miami
    United States
  • July 2002 - July 2003
    Internal Medicine Intern, Carolinas Medical Center
    United States
  • June 1996 - June 2002
    Medical Student & Graduate Student, Medical College of Georgia
    United States
Licensures and memberships
Member of:
  • American College of Radiology
  • Americal Society of Neuroradiology
  • American Society of Spine Radiology
  • American Medical Association
  • California Medical Association
  • Riverside County Medical Association
  • California Radiological Society

Christopher R. Hancock, MD has published 25+ publications:

Report languages

English, plus 22 languages with medical translation