In this activity, Dr. Puffer from the University of Kentucky and an internationally recognized expert in sports medicine will discuss common injuries of the knee encountered by primary care physicians in the ambulatory setting. These will include both acute and chronic injuries, and he will explore diagnostic pathways for reaching the correct diagnosis efficiently. Appropriate initial management options that can be administered by the primary care physician will be also presented.
This program aims to improve the ability to diagnose musculoskeletal complaints of the knee.
Using a fast history and quick physical exam maneuvers, this session will help the learner quickly generate a differential diagnosis and treatment plan for acute knee pain in adults.