A comprehensive presentation of basic principles of ultrasound and the normal sonoanatomy of the upper and lower extremities divided into two 2-day modules that include wrist & hand, elbow, shoulder, ankle & foot, knee, hip, and spine. Didactic lecture for each joint is followed by lab demonstration and practical by the participants. Demonstration of the established scan protocols via didactic sessions is coupled with hands-on practice sessions giving the student adequate opportunity to be initially exposed to handling the ultrasound transducer, accurately and efficiently obtaining and labeling images, and developing interpretation skills.
Contact Hours: 32
All labs are held in Astoria, New York:
Hands-On Diagnostics HQ – 32-44 31st St, Astoria, NY 11106
What You Will Receive
Our MSKUS Certificate Program is divided into:
- Module 1 (Upper Extremity) and
- Module 2 (Lower Extremity and Lumbar Spine).
The student participates in Live Practical MSK Ultrasound Workshop for each Module.
The MSK Ultrasound Practical Workshop for each Module is 2 days for a total of 4 days.
In this section, you can find all the objectives that our MSKUS Certificate Program includes:
- Establishing Foundational Understanding
- Normal sonoanatomy
- Image optimization and orientation
- Image interpretation algorithm
- Systematic protocols for shoulder, elbow, hand/wrist, hip, knee, foot/ankle, and lumbar spine
- Demonstration of the established scan protocols via didactic sessions
- Developing Skills via hands-on practice sessions
- Exposure to handling the ultrasound transducer
- Developing accuracy & efficiency obtaining and labeling images
- Developing interpretation skills
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"If we had a patient who came in with rotator cuff diagnosis without identifying the specific muscle involved, we would do Musculoskeletal Ultrasound and we would be able to be more specific with our Therapy." - Cindi A. Prentiss, PT