Ultrasound Interventional Pain Management MSK Course for ED Physicians

Special attention is paid to performing safe and targeted interventional pain procedures in the ED to safely discharge Emergency Room Patients to facilitate discharge and lower the risk of uneccesary hospital admission and possibility of contracting COVID.

David Rosenblum, MD, Director of Pain Management at Maimonides Medical Center and creator of PainExam Board Review and Podcast, WAPMU instructor and ASIPP partner, has developed a course that focuses on using the ultrasound to perform soft tissue, periperal nerve and spine interventions.

Rewards 4 CME credits.

Unit 1

Upper extremity (Brachial Plexus, Axillary, Suprascapular, Radial, Ulna, Median)

Unit 2

Lower Extremity (Femoral, Sciatic, Popliteal, Genicular, IPACK, Ankle)

Unit 3

Soft Tissue and Joint (Knee & Shoulder)

Unit 4

Peripheral Nerve Block (Occipital, TAP, Ilioinguinal, Intercostal Paravertebral)

Unit 5

Spine (Sacroiliac, Caudal, Cervical Selective Nerve Root, Medial Branch)