Advanced Musculoskeletal Training
Dr Conneely will be assisted by Mr. Alex Petsogolou Area Manager Sydney Metro Southern Region, Healthcare Imaging Services.
This Workshops is a complete package. There is over 1400 images in the workshop.
The Workshop will start on Friday at 2pm and finish at 5pm. Each participant will be sent the workshop notes in advance and a certificate of attendance will be issued at the workshop along with your receipt.
The workshop will cover;
- What is X-Ray: How it works, new features, new hardware, new software. What it can do and more importantly cannot do.
- What is CT: How it works, new features, new hardware, new software. What it can and more importantly cannot do.
- What is Ultrasound. How it works, new features, new hardware, new software. What it can and more importantly cannot do.
- What is MRI. How it works, new features, new hardware, new software. What it can and more importantly cannot do. A SPECIAL TRUTH TABLE- MRI made easy.
When to have combinations of the different forms of radiology performed.
How much radiation is there in the production of X-Rays and CT's etc.
A special new section that covers all the X-Ray radiology that a podiatrist can now order. Each view is demonstrated with a photo of how the X-Ray tube and the X-Ray plate are positioned as well as an X-Ray example. This allows one to explain to a radiological practice where terminologies may not be the same.
A new section is the 'hands-on' use of the ultrasound probe. The 'hands-on' method of learning ultrasounds greatly enhances ones ability to understand the ultrasound film that lands on ones lap in the clinic. You will be surprised how easy it becomes to read the films.
Topics covered will include all of the common fractures, bony injuries, tendon injuries and ligament injuries that occur in one's practice. A complete list is made below.
The aim of this Workshop is to give you the confidence to examine and understand your patient's radiology images in the consultation room. You will be able to give precise information about how the images were made, and where their problem(s) are also make sense to the patient exactly what the radiologist's report says in plain English.. It will surprise you how well this information will be received by your information hungry patient.
If you are interested in attending this workshop, and would like other topics to be covered please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Some examples from the Podiatry Radiology Workshop.
talar dome fracture from a CT scan. ======= Bunions and bipartate sesamoids
Spiral fracture of the ankle involving the talar dome.
and much MUCH more!!!