Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine: A Surgeons Comprehensive Review is a newly offered course from Oakstone Publishing together with E. Lyle Cain, Jr., MD and Jeffery R. Dugas, MD of Andrew Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center.
The program is endorsed by legendary American Sports Medicine Institute (ASMI) founder Dr. James Andrews, and accredited by the prestigious, multi-media educational publisher Oakstone. this state-of-the-art science course offers surgeons, physicians and others a unique chance to widen their insights into the evaluation, analysis and treatment of sports-related injuries.
This programs also gives learners an opportunity to learn at their own pace the modern diagnostic and treatment strategies for sports-related and musculoskeletal conditions. Attendees who purchase the complete program also benefit from an inclusive examination of the key concepts and requirements for becoming a sport's team physicaian. In addition, you can participate in this course from home, the office...anywhere. You can play a DVD or go online, allowing you to avoid the inconvenience and expense of attending conferences or multiple onsite discussions.
The program is presented by top experts in their field, and includes a core program with 8 lectures that focus on the essentials of Sports Medicine, including sideline preparedness, bone science, ethics in orthopaedics, tendon and muscle response to injury and more. The Core Program serves as a foundation for the entire series.
Additional lectures focusing in subspecialities include elbow, hip/pelvis, shoulder, knee, foot/ankle and hand/wrist; it also includes surgical procedure videos of ASMI's top surgeons.
Persons interested in the science of Sports Medicine will gain beneficial knowledge from this elite program, with topics discussed for individuals such as orthopaedic surgeons specializing in Sports Medicine, physicians seeking certification or re-certification, physicians/surgeons seeking a more broad understanding of Sports Medicine, orthopaedic surgery residents, emergency medical personnel, and sports team physician aspirants.