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RegisterWebinar1.0Optimizing Treatment of Achilles Tendon Injuries Using Ultrasound Imaging

Speaker(s): Speaker: Karin Grävare Silbernagel, PT, ATC, PhD
Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019 @ 1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET

Objective:
At the conclusion of this collaborative webinar with the APTA, participants should be able:
-Recognize the sonographic signature of healthy and injured Achilles tendon (both midportion and insertion).
-Evaluate and measure Achilles tendon structure and affiliated muscles.
-Explain how ultrasound imaging can help in treatment planning and progression.
-Understand how ultrasound imaging can help with differential diagnosis in patients with Achilles injury.
-Recognize how shear wave elastography ultrasound imaging is used in tendon injury.
RegisterWebinar1.0Point-of-Care Intestinal Ultrasound: It's not all AIR!!!

Speaker(s): Kerri Novak, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2019 @ 1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET

Objective:
At the conclusion of this collaborative webinar with the ACP and SUSME, the participants should be able to:
-Understand the indications for and utility of intestinal US;
-Review the technique and features of the normal large & small bowel;
-Using cases, review salient features of inflammation and complications seen in the intestine (small and large) in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD); and
-Review alternate diagnoses to IBD.
RegisterWebinar1.0Skin Ultrasound: Technology, Examination Technique, Tips & Tricks, and Anatomy

Speaker(s): Speaker: Orlando Catalano, MD
Date: Friday, August 30, 2019 @ 1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to recognize appropriate scanner settings and examination methodology for imaging skin abnormalities; and know the anatomy of the skin and appendages under high-resolution ultrasound.
RegisterWebinar1.0Ultrasound for Sports Hernia

Speaker(s): Anthony Joseph, MD
Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 @ 7:00 PM-8:00 PM ET

Objective:
At the conclusion of this collaborative webinar with the AMSSM, participants should be able to:
- Have a better understanding of the differential diagnosis of athletic groin pain.
- Move beyond the terms 'sports hernia' and 'athletic pubalgia'.
- Follow a standard protocol for MSK ultrasound of the groin.
- Use the findings of the MSK ultrasound to guide the treatment of the specific diagnosis.
RegisterWebinar1.0Advanced Imaging Techniques of the Palate, Face, and Cranium

Speaker(s): Deborah D'Agostini, RDMS, FAIUM
Date: Tuesday, August 13, 2019 @ 1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar the participants should be able to:
-Review the embryology of the palate, face, and cranium;
-Discuss options for imaging the palate in the 1st trimester;
-List the imaging techniques for imaging the palate, face, and cranium in the 2nd trimester;
-Understand normal and abnormal anatomy; and
-Gain an understanding of volume imaging and the important role it plays in imaging the palate, face, and cranium.
RegisterWebinar1.0High-Frequency Ultrasound & Photoacoustic Scanning: Perspective from a Research Sonographer

Speaker(s): Corinne Wessner, BS, RDMS, RVT
Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2019 @ 1:00 PM-2:00 PM ET

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar participants should be able to:

-Understand basic concepts of photoacoustic imaging and high-frequency ultrasound.
-Recognize the importance of tumor monitoring and post-processing capabilities with photoacoustic and high-frequency ultrasound.
-Have learned tips and tricks to optimize imaging parameters and improve scanning quality.
-Have a better knowledge of unique preclinical models and resources for high-frequency ultrasound.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Pelvic Floor Ultrasound

Speaker(s): Milena Weinstein, MD
Date Aired: 6/28/2019
CME Expire Date: 6/28/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar participants should be able:
-Conceptualize relevant pelvic floor anatomy and orientation.
-Overview indications for pelvic floor ultrasound.
-Understand parameters for pelvic floor ultrasound including 2-dimensional (2D) and 3D assessment.
-Understand the use of introital and perineal pelvic floor ultrasound in Urogynecology with focus on specific relevant pathology (levator avulsions, anal sphincter tears, prolapse, mesh implants).
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Advanced Fetal Heart Evaluation: How to Perform Cardiac Biometry and Doppler Waveform Quantification

Speaker(s): Elena S. Sinkovskaya MD, PhD, RDMS, RDCS
Date Aired: 6/26/2019
CME Expire Date: 6/26/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar participants should be able:
- Discuss current guidelines and sonographic techniques for fetal cardiac biometry and blood flow evaluation.
- Cite different options for reporting cardiac biometric measurements, understand and interpret z-score values.
- Recognize biometric changes in most common congenital heart defects.
- Incorporate principles of color and spectral Doppler optimization into a fetal cardiac examination.
- Recognize normal and abnormal intracardiac blood flow patterns.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Monitoring Joint Health, Damage, and Disease Activity Using MSKUS: The MSKUS Experience in Hemophilic Arthropathy Management

Speaker(s): Bruno U.K. Steiner, PT, DPT, LMT, RMSK
Date Aired: 5/6/2019
CME Expire Date: 5/6/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this collaborative webinar with APTA, the participants should be able to:
1. Appreciate and acknowledge the expanded role of ultrasound examination of joint health and subsequent monitoring;
2. Discuss the advantages and limitations of musculoskeletal ultrasound (MSKUS) in the realm of joint evaluation in contrast with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for joint health;
3. Integrate general principles of joint health monitoring using MSKUS, using hemophilic arthropathy as an example;
4. Recognize and describe features of hemarthropathic joint changes including:
 a. Osteochondral erosion
 b. Intra-articular soft tissue expansion
 c. Bone remodeling and osteophytes
 d. Cartilage health
 e. Hemarthrosis
5. Compare and contrast the hallmarks of healthy joints versus pathological joint changes; and
6. Adopt and initiate the implementation of MSKUS evaluation for the purpose of monitoring joint health.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Optimizing Treatment of Rotator Cuff–Related Shoulder Pain Using Diagnostic Ultrasound

Speaker(s): Charles Thigpen, PT, PhD, ATC
Date Aired: 3/12/2019
CME Expire Date: 3/12/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this collaborative webinar with the APTA, participants should be able to:
1. Provide evidence supporting the use of diagnostic ultrasound in patients with suspected rotator cuff tears;
2. Discuss indications for advanced imaging for patients with suspected rotator cuff tears;
3. Describe the standard rotator cuff diagnostic ultrasound exam; and
4. Explain best practices for diagnostic ultrasound of the shoulder.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0How and Why You Should Be Doing Sonohysterograms and Hysterosalpingo-Contrast Sonography with Saline and Air in Your Office

Speaker(s): Yvette Groszmann, MD, MPH, FAIUM
Date Aired: 3/6/2019
CME Expire Date: 3/6/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar participants should be able:
1. List several indications for ordering or performing a sonohysterogram and the contraindications;
2. Describe how to perform hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography to evaluate fallopian tube patency in the office with just saline and room air; and
3. Understand what different findings will look like during these procedures, such as endometrial polyps vs fibroids vs synechia.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0How to Incorporate Ultrasound in Your Pelvic Floor Practice

Speaker(s): S. Abbas Shobeiri, MD, MBA, and Jonia Alshiek, MD, MSc
Date Aired: 2/27/2019
CME Expire Date: 2/27/2022

Objective:
This is an orientation and introduction to pelvic floor ultrasound imaging. The audience will have an introduction to:
1. Pelvic floor anatomy,
2. Various pelvic floor ultrasound imaging modalities, and
3. Logistics and financial implications.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Carotid Artery Anatomy and Imaging

Speaker(s): Dare Nwaka, MPH, RVT, RDMS
Date Aired: 2/22/2019
CME Expire Date: 2/22/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
(1) Describe the anatomy of the extracranial carotid system;
(2) Identify risk factors associated with carotid diseases;
(3) List atherosclerotic and non-atherosclerotic diseases of the carotid artery; and
(4) Recognize normal and abnormal results.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Fetal Arrhythmias: Approach to Diagnosis and Management

Speaker(s): Jay D. Pruetz, MD
Date Aired: 1/29/2019
CME Expire Date: 1/29/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar participants should be able to:

1) Understand the strengths and weaknesses of current ultrasound tools used in fetal rhythm evaluation;
2) Determine the correct approach and choice of assessment tools when making the diagnosis of fetal arrhythmia;
3) Apply a diagnostic algorithm to assess slow, fast, and irregular fetal heart rhythms;
4) Improve their diagnostic approach to fetal arrhythmias through the review of several common case-based scenarios; and
5) Counsel patients regarding the current therapeutic options available for the most common fetal arrhythmias.
View the Recording and TestWebinar1.0Improving Clinical Outcomes: How to Integrate Ultrasound Into Your Musculoskeletal Shoulder Examination

Speaker(s): Yusef Sayeed, MD, MPH MEng, CPH, CMRO, CME, RMSK, DABPM, and Kate Sully, MD, ABPMR, AANEM
Date Aired: 1/8/2019
CME Expire Date: 1/8/2022

Objective:
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
1. Understand basic and advanced clinical examination of the shoulder joint;
2. Recognize injury patterns to localize ultrasound findings, based on the clinical examination; and
3. Perform a focused and complete examination of the shoulder.
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