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0.75 CME CREDIT

Through the use of live demonstrations and interactive cases this session will provide up to date evaluation and management of common pelvis, hip, and thigh complaints. Review history and physical exam techniques for pelvis, hip and thigh pain with live demonstrations of various relevant exam maneuvers. This information will be applicable to the all patient populations and is designed for family physicians, internists, sports medicine physicians in a clinic or nonoperative/noninvasive setting. At the end of this session the participant would have gained a more comprehensive understanding of how to assist in common pelvis, hip, and thigh complaints.


0.75 CME CREDIT

The session will use representative cases to discuss the assessment, diagnosis, and management of common musculoskeletal injuries of the ankle. The pertinent aspects of the physical examination, pathoanatomy and imaging of these injuries will receive particular emphasis.


1.25 CME CREDITS

This session will provide a clear, thoughtful approach to shoulder pain and offer pearls for rapid diagnosis and management. Key concepts will include a review of important structures around the shoulder that can cause pain and the positive impact of ergonomics. The speaker will also discuss decision-making for management and referral.


0.75 CME CREDIT

Using a live model, we will demonstrate a comprehensive examination of the ankle, paying particular attention to specific findings related to common problems encountered by the clinician.


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.


Christopher Visco, Director of Sports Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, provides an update on shoulder pathology diagnosis and management for primary care clinicians. Dr. Visco reviews the musculoskeletal causes of shoulder pain and dysfunction and includes a review of the anatomy and function of the rotator cuff. Common diagnoses will be reviewed, along with strategies for rapid identification and triage of musculoskeletal findings. Management includes decision making for non-surgical versus surgical care and medication.


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.


woman holding her shoulder in pain

In this Clinical Corner, Dr. Visco outlines a practical approach to diagnosis and management of calcific tendinitis of the shoulder.


person with lower back pain

Many primary care physicians face the challenge of treating lower back pain in a responsible and cost –effective manner. In this activity, Dr. Baker discusses the common misconceptions leading to unnecessary imaging and talks about strategies to use when talking to patients about lower back pain and imaging studies.


To repair or not to repair? Dr. Arun Ramappa discusses the clinical data looking at whether patients who undergo surgery for a torn rotator cuff have better clinical outcomes than those who do not.


0.75 CME CREDIT

This session will use representative cases to discuss the assessment, diagnosis and management of common musculoskeletal injuries. Particular attention will be paid to the pertinent aspects of the physical examination, pathoanatomy and imaging of these injuries.


0.75 CME CREDIT

This session will provide a clear, thoughtful approach to shoulder pain and offer pearls for rapid diagnosis and management. Key concepts will include a review of important structures around the shoulder that can cause pain and the positive impact of ergonomics. The speaker will also discuss decision-making for management and referral.