Course is postponed; rescheduled dates will be posted when available.
Sports Medicine II gives participants hands-on instruction with sports injuries, procedures, and management. Participants learn in small-groups, guided by faculty.
Note: Sports Medicine I is not a prerequisite for this course.
- Course Learning Objectives
- Musculoskeletal ultrasound
Registration is for non-University of Minnesota family medicine residents, medical students, and community physicians or healthcare professionals. Fees include tuition, syllabus, parking, and lunch.
Heidi Cerdas Monge, MBA, email@example.com
Course Learning Objectives
- Appreciate the role of bracing in the management of soft tissue and osseous injury for the wrist, knee, foot, and ankle
- Examine the variance in material construction, design characteristics, and resulting functional motion with various brace designs
- Understand appropriate fitting, modification, and patient instruction required for various brace designs
- Appreciate a historical review of immobilization
- Understand common complications after casting
- Practice performing extremity immobilization, including the following:
- short arm cast
- short arm thumb spica cast
- short arm with gutter extension
- non‐weight bearing short leg cast
- Increase the number of soft tissue and joint injections that can be performed comfortably and competently before completing residency
- Be aware of serious complications that can occur with specific soft tissue and joint injections
- Learn three different approaches to intra‐articular knee injections
- Identify substances commonly used for therapeutic injections for joint and musculotendinous problems
- Understand the quality of evidence regarding injection therapies
- Appreciate the relative accuracy of therapeutic injections
- Practice performing injection on simulated model
- Appreciate the emerging role of musculoskeletal ultrasound in the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal injuries
- Recognize specific knee and hip ultrasound anatomy
- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of MSKUS as an imaging modality
- Appreciate the use of ultrasound in the examination of the shoulder, wrist, and elbow
- Identify useful procedures that can be enhanced using MSKUS
- Grasp the factors that may limit the application of MSKUS in upper extremity imaging in the office setting
- Practice performing ultrasounds
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