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Musculoskeletal MR One-on-One Workshops

  24 Category 1 Credits and 24 Prescribed AAFP CME hours


Squaw Peak in Phoenix

 

September 10 - 13, 2017  (Sunday - Wednesday)

October  - 24, 2017  (Saturday - Tuesday)

 

Meeting Location:

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort

7677 N 16th St
Phoenix, Arizona (AZ) 85020
Hotel
Phone: (602) 997-2626

 www.squawpeakhilton.com

 

Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort and Waterpark. This family-friendly water park has a lazy river, sports pool, waterslide, cascading waterfalls, Slim Picken's poolside dining, private cabanas and an 18-hole miniature putting course. Browse Rodeo Drive at the River Ranch for an array of Southwestern clothing and gifts. Squaw Peak is conveniently nestled next to a 300-acre desert mountain preserve, whose great trails are only a short walk away. This great hotel is one of my children’s favorite. The “Coyote Camp” is a day care program for children on-site, with many activities next to the water park which was a favorite of my son for 10 years!

 


        

Included with Course for free: 10 Free Case-Based MSK MR DVDs  

Included with Course :

10 Free Case-Based MSK MR DVDs

 “Musculoskeletal MR Workbook” - 91-pages of MSK MR Anatomy and pathology

“Cases in Musculoskeletal MR” - a new a 100-page workbook of cases with discussion   

 


Join us for this small and intimate Musculoskeletal MR Workshop with 10 hours of Live Lectures and 10 DVDs with a Musculoskeletal MR Workbook written for this course by Dr. Renner. This is the ideal course for those who read Musculoskeletal MR but have not had a musculoskeletal fellowship or wish to update their Musculoskeletal MR knowledge. Practical Musculoskeletal MR Scan Interpretation will be emphasized in the live lectures.  This course is great for those studying for re-certification in MSK Radiology.

 

Dr. William Renner has designed these courses for maximum learning with live lectures, actual 3T cases, and instructional case-based DVDs.  Dr. Renner is an active MSK reader who is board certified in Internal Medicine and Radiology. He is the Director of ProScan Musculoskeletal MR Fellowship (formerly), Lecturer for the Department of Radiology at University of Louisville, Guest Lecturer in MSK at University of Colorado, Chairman of Radiology and Radiology Research at the Ohio GI and Liver Institute.


 

A dozen reasons to attend this Conference: What’s New in Musculoskeletal MR 

1. 10 Case-Based DVDs of MSK MR Cases included free with course

2.  Meniscal Tears and Tear Look-A-Likes.  Meniscal tears and Meniscal pitfalls including ring meniscus,

     oblique meniscomeniscal ligament, and normal variants.

3.  Ramp Tears – a type of meniscal tears recently described in Acute ACL Tears.

4.  Important rotator cuff tears previously missed by the radiologist that the orthopedic surgeons need to be aware of.

5.  Ghost Sign in Osteomyelitis of the Foot: this important sign helps to separate neuropathic joint from osteomyelitis.

6.  Early onset osteoarthritis in patients with ACL Grafts.  A type of OA seen in this group as early as ten years post-ACL Graft

7.  New orthopedic surgical procedures for treatment of Hill-Sachs shoulder fractures

8.  New orthopedic surgical procedure for treatment of Bankart Fractures of the Glenoid      

9.  Injuries to the Posterior lateral corner with ACL tears: Popliteomensical Ligament tears, meniscofemoral ligament tears,

     and meniscal root tears Turf Toe and its many variants

10. Spring ligament and interesting foot pathology

11. Acute ACL tears and associated injuries recently described

12. Injuries to the Posterior Lateral Corner injuries and complications.


 

You will receive 10 Case-Based DVDs of MSK MR Cases: Each case is discussed by Dr. Renner.

Shoulder Anatomy Case-Based No 1

Shoulder Anatomy Case-Based No 2

Shoulder Path Case-Based No 1

Rotator Cuff Pathology Case-Based No 1

Rotator Cuff Pathology Case-Based No 2

Foot/Ankle Interesting Cases

Knee Anatomy Case-Based No 1

Knee Anatomy Case-Based No 2

Elbow Anatomy and Pathology

Elbow Interesting Case


Tentative Schedule: Live Lectures are PowerPoint presentations.

Day 1 Program:
7:15 - 7:30 am Register
7:30 -8:15 am The Shoulder: Dislocation and Labral Tears
8:15-9:00am The Shoulder: Extrinsic Impingement and Rotator Cuff Tears
9:00-10:00 am Review of 3T Unknown Shoulder MR Cases
1:00 pm to 6 pm: Self-Study with MSK MR DVDs and MSK MR Workbook.

Day 2 Program:
7:30 -8:15 am The Shoulder: SLAP Tears and Posterior Lesions
8:15-9:00am The Shoulder: Rotator Interval and Adhesive Capsulitis
9:00-10:00 am Review of 3T Unknown Shoulder MR Cases
1:00 pm to 6 pm: Self-Study with MSK MR DVDs and MSK MR Workbook.

Day 3 Program:
7:30 -8:15 am The Knee: Update on Meniscal Tears
8:15-9:00am The Knee: Lateral Knee & Posterior Corner Injuries
9:00-10:00 am Review of 3T Unknown Knee MR Cases
1:00 pm to 6 pm: Self-Study with MSK MR DVDs and MSK MR Workbook.

Day 4 Program:
7:30 -8:15 am The Hip: Labral Tears and Lig Teres Tears
8:15-9:00am The Wrist: fractures, TFCC tears
9:00-10:00 am Osteomyelitis of the foot: The Ghost Sign
1:00 pm to 6 pm: Self-Study with MSK MR DVDs and MSK MR Workbook.


Sorry, due to the small group the hotel does not offer us a discount, but great rates are available on Hotels.com

 

CME Provider:          
William Renner M.D.
3517 Brookwood Meadow
Cincinnati, Ohio (OH) 45208
Email:
DrRenner@yahoo.com

Phone: 513-235-5215

 

This activity is certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians for up to 24 AAFP Prescribed hours.  AAFP Prescribed credit is accepted as equivalent to AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ toward the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA).

 

Dr. Renner does not receive any commercial support.

 
     

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