The current global COVID19 pandemic has forced us all to live, work and learn differently.
Join us for a UNIQUE LIVE and INTERACTIVE ONLINE learning experience as we expand and simplify the sonographic assessment of the Lower Limb over two sessions.
Those of you who have attended our events in person will know our clinically driven, practical approach. With the help of our production company, we will replicate this experience of high quality lecture content, didactic live scanning and open forum Q&A from the comfort of your own home.
Whether a beginner or advanced ultrasound clinician, you will develop new knowledge and skills to enhance your clinical practice.
QUALITY EDUCATION, OUTSTANDING EXPERIENCE.
WHO CAN ATTEND
The conference program is targeted to Radiologists, Sonographers and Sports Medicine doctors with an interest in MSK ultrasound imaging. Other professionals that are welcomed to attend and could gain significant insight into MSK imaging would include radiographers, pain and rehabilitation physicians, physiotherapists and any other medical professional with an interest in this field.
This live event will be run over 2 sessions – Friday night and Saturday morning to allow you to better digest the content.
Can’t make it to the live event – don’t worry – a recording will be made available for 1 week following the event.
RANZCR and ASAR CPD points are available for attendance of this conference with 6 hours of conference content equating to 6 CPD points.
The registration fee for this online interactive event is $180 plus booking fee.
Please note: This course is being run LIVE from 5:30pm Friday and 8:30am Saturday in South Australia (ACST) so please consider this if you live in a different time zone.
Anterior hip anatomy and pathology, hip flexor apparatus, hernia assessment, groin pain in athletes, (including symphysis assessment, adductors, inguinal ligament and conjoint tendon)
Hip abductor apparatus and greater trochanteric pain syndrome
Pelvic girdle nerves – LFCN, ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, genitofemoral, superior and middle cluneal nerves, posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh
Thigh and Knee
Posterior hip pain – Deep external rotators and the Sciatic Nerve
Hamstrings – anatomy and tendinous expansions
Knee – tendons, ligaments and periarticular structures, fat pad compression
Neural entrapments about the knee