Sold OutPhysical Medicine & Rehabilitation Ultrasound Focus Series: Hand/Wrist- Ramsey, NJ
Event Phone: 1-973-633-1500
November 23, 2019
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Ultrasound Focus Series
ULTRASOUND HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: Hand/Wrist
Todd P. Stitik, MD, RMSK and President – New Jersey Society of PM&R
Todd Stitik is a Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
His primary clinical interests include musculoskeletal ultrasound, osteoarthritis and image-guided injection procedures.
The workshop will consist of lecture and video material from actual injections with an emphasis on the hand/wrist
- Videotaped examples of actual injection procedures
- Hands-on small group scanning for diagnostic and simulated injection procedures
- Dorsal wrist/hand: 1st dorsal compartment; 2nd- 6th dorsal compartments;
distal & proximal intersection syndromes;
1st CMC, MCP, PIP, & DIP joints; radiocarpal & distal radioulnar joints; TFCC;
scapholunate ligament; radial nerve lock; dorsal ganglion cyst aspiration/
- Volar wrist/hand: carpal tunnel procedures (corticosteroid injection, median
nerve hydrodissection, carpal ligament fenestration); Guyon’s canal
hydrodissection; volar ganglion cyst aspiration/fenestration; trigger finger
procedures (tendon sheath corticosteroid injection, A1 pulley fenestration);
Volar plate PRP
- Review the basic sonographic anatomy of the normal hand/wrist
- Identify common pathologic processes involving the hand/wrist as seen
during diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound evaluations
- Perform simulated ultrasound-guided hand/wrist region injection procedures
Albert Einstein College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Albert Einstein College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in this activity.
This activity is made possible by an educational grant, and in-kind contribution of ultrasound machines from Konica Minolta.