Knee, Shoulder, Spine - Part I: The Basics, Exam, and Imaging

1 Hour 24 Minutes
SKU: 16ACOEM-216

TRACK: OEM Clinical Practice

Sam Biafora, MD, Hand to Shoulder Associates, Arlington Heights, IL
James A. Hill, MD, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, IL
Daniel G. Samo, MD, FACOEM, Northwest Medical Group, Chicago, IL
Kris Siemionow, MD, University of Illinois, Illinois Spine and Scoliosis Center, Homer Glen, IL

The shoulder, knee and spine are the most commonly injured areas in an occupational medicine practice. Our understanding of the types of injury, what anatomical structures are involved, and how to best image these injuries is constantly changing and improving. This session will cover the history, physical exam, anatomy, common injuries and mechanism of injury, and appropriate imaging of these three commonly injured areas. This session will be a wonderful review and a lead-in for the companion session – Knee, Shoulder, Spine – Treatment, Return to Work and Permanency. This session may be of particular interest to residents and recent graduates.

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