UPMC-Cleveland Clinic Sports & Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Conference

September 21-22, 2018

Location:

Herberman Conference Center on September 21

5150 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15232

Biomedical Science Tower Lobby on September 22

203 Lothrop Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Program Overview

This conference is comprised of two parts: lecture part and hands-on skill lab workshop that includes cadaver workshop. The lecture topics covered include both advanced and basic topics. This includes discussions on the hydrodissection procedure, ultrasound-guided injections, and dynamic diagnostic ultrasound evaluation of various sports injuries.

During the hands-on live portion of the course, participants will be able to perform both diagnostic and interventional ultrasound of all 6 major joints (shoulder, elbow, wrist/hand, hip, knee, foot/ankle). Small groups are grouped based on experience level, with no more than 1-to-3 faculty-to-participant ratio.

Pre-conference video lectures will be available for all participants, covering basic knowledge to get most out of the 2-day conferences. Viewing of these lectures is optional, but highly recommended for novice ultrasound users.

Learning Objectives

The goals of the conference are to promote knowledge and hands-on experiences of sports ultrasound to participants, Participants will be able to properly identify indications of diagnostic sports ultrasound and demonstrate increased proficiency in performing interventional sports ultrasound.

Audience

Physicians, Residents, and Fellows

Faculty Listing

Lecture Faculty

Kentaro Onishi, DO

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pittsburgh, PA

 

Jon A. Jacobson, MD

Professor, Department of Radiology

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI

 

Jonathan Finnoff, DO

Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Mayo Clinic

Rochester, MN

 

Daniel Lueders, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 

Pittsburgh, PA

 

Jay Smith, MD

Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Mayo Clinic

Rochester, MN

 

Levon Nazarian, MD

Professor, Department of Radiology

Thomas Jefferson University

Philadelphia, PA

 

Andrew Cordle, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Radiology

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pittsburgh, PA

 

Macalus Hogan, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pittsburgh, PA

 

Adam Pourcho, DO

 Associate Professor of Sports Medicine

Swedish Medical Center

Bellevue, WA

 

Albert Lin, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pittsburgh, PA

 

Hiroshi Minagawa, MD, PhD

Professor, Department of Anatomy, and Department of Physical Therapy

Joto Orthopedic Clinic

Akita, Japan

 

Stanley Lam, MD

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine

University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

 

Knobology, Image Optimization, and Needle Visualization Skills:

Joshua Rothenberg, DO

Boca Raton Regional Hospital

Deerfield Beach, FL

 

Neal Washburn, DO

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pittsburgh, PA

 

Prathap Jayaram, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Baylor College of Medicine

Houston, TX

 

Case Study Presentation:

Miyatake Kazuma, MD

Yokohama City University

 

Yasuaki Nakanishi, MD

Nara Medical University

 

Jun Sasahara, MD

Teikyo University

 

Soushi Uchida, MD

Sangyo University

 

Junsuke Nakase, MD

Kanazawa University

 

Hiroshi Iwasaki, MD

Wakayama University

 

Program Schedule:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

6:30–7:15 am Registration & Breakfast

7:15–7:25 am Introduction/Welcome Kentaro Onishi, DO. (University of Pittsburgh)

SHOULDER PAIN (4)

7:25–7:45 am Ultrasound Protocol for Shoulder Pain (Live Demonstration), Jonathan Finnoff, DO. (Mayo Clinic, Rochester)

7:45–8:15 am Rotator Cuff and Biceps Pathology, Jon A. Jacobson, MD. (University of Michigan)

8:15–8:35 am Clinical Focus: Zebras in the Shoulder (Diagnostic or Interventional), Jon A. Jacobson, MD. (University of Michigan)

8:35–8:55 am Ultrasound-Guided Interventions for Shoulder Pain (Cadaveric Demonstration), Daniel Lueders, MD. (University of Pittsburgh)

8:55–9:10 am Questions and Discussion, Jonathan Finnoff, DO., Jon A. Jacobson, MD., Daniel Lueders, MD., Albert Lin, MD.

9:10- 9:25 am Refreshment Break

LATERAL ELBOW PAIN (3)

9:25–9:40 am Ultrasound Protocol for Lateral Elbow Pain (Live Demonstration), Jonathan Finnoff, DO. (Mayo Clinic, Rochester)

9:40–10:00 am Lateral Elbow Pathology, Jon A. Jacobson, MD. (University of Michigan)

10:00–10:25 am Ultrasound-Guided Interventions for Lateral Elbow Pain (Including Hydrodissection, Tenotomy, Debridement, and Platelet Rich Plasma Injection) (Cadaveric Demonstration), Daniel Lueders, MD. (University of Pittsburgh)

10:25–10:45 am Questions and Discussion, Jonathan Finnoff, DO., Jon A. Jacobson, MD., Daniel Lueders, MD. Albert Lin, MD. Special Topics: Hydro-dissection/release & Ultrasound Guided CTS Release

11:00–11:20 am Pearls and Pitfalls for Ultrasound-Guided Hydro-dissection, Stanley Lam, MD. (University of Hong Kong)

11:20-11:40 am Ultrasound-Guided Hydro-release, Hiroshi Minagawa, MD. (Jyoto Orthopedics)

11:40-12:00 pm Ultrasound-guided Carpal Tunnel Release, Jay Smith, MD. (Mayo Clinic, Rochester)

12:00-12:10 pm Questions and Discussion, Stanley Lam, MD., Hiroshi Minagawa, MD., Jay Smith, MD.

12:10–12:55 pm Lunch

ANTERIOR and MEDIAL KNEE PAIN (3)

12:55–1:15 pm Ultrasound Protocol for Anterior and Medial Knee Pain (Live Demonstration), Kentaro Onishi, DO. (University of Pittsburgh)

1:15–1:35 pm Anterior and Medial Knee Pathology, Levon (Lev) Nazarian, MD. (Thomas Jefferson University)

1:35–2:00 pm Ultrasound-Guided Interventions for Anterior and Medial Knee Pain (Including Tenotomy, Debridement, Tendon Scraping, Platelet Rich Plasma and Tendon Scraping) (Cadaveric Demonstration), Daniel Lueders, MD. (University of Pittsburgh)

2:00–2:10 pm Questions and Discussion, Kentaro Onishi, DO., Jon A. Jacobson, MD., Daniel Lueders, MD.

2:10- 2:25pm Refreshment Break

POSTEROMEDIAL ANKLE PAIN/TARSAL TUNNEL SYNDROME (3)

2:25–2:40 pm Protocol for Posteromedial Ankle Pain/Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome (Including Live Demonstration), Jay Smith, MD (Mayo Clinic, Rochester)

2:40–3:00 pm Posteromedial Ankle/Tarsal Tunnel Pathology, Patricia Delzell, MD. (Cleveland Clinic) Andrew Cordel, MD. (University of Pittsburgh)

3:00–3:10 pm Questions and Discussion, Jay Smith, MD., Patricia Delzell, MD., and AndrewCordel, MD.

3:10-3:30 pm Refreshment Break

SPECIAL TOPIC: HIP IMPINGEMENT SYNDROMES (2)

3:30–3:50 pm Ultrasound Protocol for Regional Hip Impingement Syndromes, Adam Pourcho, DO. (Swedish, Seattle)

3:50-4:10 pm Role of Ultrasound in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Hip Impingement Syndromes (IP, lat hip, coxa saltans hamstring, and IFI etc), Jon A. Jacobson, MD (University of Michigan)

4:10–4:20 pm Questions and Discussion, Adam Pourcho, DO. and Jon A. Jacobson, MD.

SPECIAL TOPIC: Mid-/Hind Foot PAIN (3)

4:35–5:15 pm Mid-/Hind-Foot Pathology, Levon (Lev) N. Nazarian, MD (Thomas Jefferson University)

5:15–5:30 pm Ultrasound-Guided Achilles Tendon and Plantar Fascia Procedures (Cadaveric Demonstration), Daniel Lueders, MD. (University of Pittsburgh)

5:30–5:50 pm Clinical Focus: Emerging Foot and Ankle Surgical Procedure Macalus, Hogan, MD. (University of Pittsburgh)

5:50–6:00 pm Questions and Discussion, Kentaro Onishi, DO., Levon (Lev). Nazarian., MD., Macalus Hogan, MD. Reception & Optional Ultrasound Basics

6:00-8:00 pm Reception for Attendees and Faculty at Vendor Expo

6:30–7:30 pm Knobology, Image Optimization, and Needle Visualization Skills (OPTIONAL), Joshua Rothenberg, DO. (Boca Care Orthopedics) Neal Washburn, DO. (UPMC) Prathap Jayaram, MD. (Baylor College of Medicine)


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2018

6:30–7:10 am Breakfast

7:10–7:15 am Announcements, Kentaro Onishi, DO. (University of Pittsburgh)

SPECIAL TOPIC: GROIN/MEDIAL THIGH PAIN (2)

7:30–7:45 am Ultrasound Protocol for Groin/ Medial Thigh Pain (Live Demonstration), Adam Pourcho, DO. (Swedish, Seattle)

7:45–8:10 am Pathologies of Medial Hip & Thigh, Levon (Lev) N. Nazarian, MD. (Thomas Jefferson University)

8:10–8:20 am Questions and Discussion, Adam Pourcho, DO. and Dr. Levon (Lev) N. Nazarian, MD. Hands-On Session #1

8:30-11:30am:

(Group A) Hands-on Scanning on Live Models

(Group B) Ultrasound-Guided Procedures on Unembalmed Cadavers

(Group C) “Ultrasound Cases from Japanese Surgeons” & Break (Case presentations at 8:30-9:30am), Miyatake Kazuma, MD. (Yokohama City University) Jun Sasahara, MD. (Teikyo University).

11:30–12:30 pm Lunch

12:30–3:30 pm:

(Group A) Ultrasound-Guided Procedures on Unembalmed Cadavers

(Group B) “Ultrasound Cases from Japanese Surgeons” & Break (Case presentations at 2:15-3:15pm), Yasuaki Nakanishi, MD. (Nara Medical University) Soushi Uchida, MD. (Sangyo University)

(Group C) Hands-on Scanning on Live Models

3:45-6:45 pm:

(Group A) “Ultrasound Cases from Japanese Surgeons” & Break (Case presentations at 3:45-6:45pm), Junsuke Nakase, MD. (Kanazawa University) Hiroshi Iwasaki, MD. (Wakayama University)

(Group B) Hands-on Scanning on Live Models

(Group C) Ultrasound-Guided Procedures on Unembalmed Cadavers Hands-on/Cadaver/”Ultrasound Cases from Japan” Session info: Group A is novice; Group B is intermediate; Group C is advanced. Each group has 24 participants, 1:3 faculty to participant ratio. 

 

Registration and Cancellation:

  • Cancellation/Refund Information: All cancellations must be in writing and sent to us via U.S. mail, email or fax (see contact information below). Tuition for cancellations postmarked or date stamped before July 15, 2018 will be refunded in full. After July 16, 2018, a $300 administrative fee will be assessed, the remaining amount refunded, and no refunds will be made after August 10,2018.

 

Optional Lodging Information:

Limited amount of rooms are reserved at a discounted rate for the Marriott Courtyard in Shadyside. Click here to book your group rate for the UPMC Sports Ultrasound Conference.

 

Required Statements:

Sponsored By Statement: Sponsored by The University of Pittsburgh Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and the University of Pittsburgh Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.

CME Accreditation and Designation Statement: The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 19.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Other health care professionals are awarded 1.9 continuing education units (CEU’s) which are equal to 19.7 contact hours.

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