Closing in 2 seconds...
Please note: the 5th ESRA PAIN CADAVER WORKSHOP on the 23-24 May in Madrid is fully booked
Date: 23-24 May, 2018
Venue: Madrid, Spain
Each participant should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.
07:30 - 08:00 Breakfast & Registration.
08:00 - 08:20 Welcome Paul Kessler . MD, PhD, ESRA Council. Chair ESRA Workshops Orthopaedic University Hospital Friedrichsheim (GERMANY) and MARIO FAJARDO. MD Workshop Coordinator , Chairman of UltraDissection Group
08:20 - 08:40 Lecture 1 – The Role of Ultrasound in Pain Medicine. Barry Nicholls, MBchB
08:40 - 09:00 Lecture 2 – Ultrasound guided cervical extra-foraminal (pulsed RF + steroid) injections.
Review of more than 1000 cases. Mortada Jubara, MD
Hands-On Training: Cadavers & Live Models Stations,
With the Utilization of Ultrasound to perform single injection and continuous nerve blocks as follows:
8 Cadavers & 7 Live Models Stations 8 Rotations (4 to 6 people each)
Each group will remain at each station for 1 hour: 30 minutes on cadavers and 30 minutes on models.
STATION 1 - Sonoanatomy of the cervical spine, cervical medial branches blocks, ultrasound-guided of the TON, GON, LON and myofascial neck sonoanatomy.
Tomás Domingo, MD Morning Rajendra Kumar Sahoo, MD Afternoon
STATION 2 - Ultrasound-Guided Cervical / Sonoanatomy of cervical sympathetic chain and cervical
Rajendra Kumar Sahoo, MD Morning Miguel García Díaz, MD Afternoon
STATION 3 – Sonoanatomy of the Thoracic Spine, Thoracic Paravertebral Block and ESP block.
Carlos Salazar, MD Morning Mortada Jubara, MD Afternoon
STATION 4 - Sono anatomy of the lumbar spine. | Lumbar medial branches. | Psoas muscle, quadratus lumbar muscle infiltrations.
Mortada Jubara, MD Morming Carlos Salazar, MD Afternoon
STATION 5 – Sonoanatomy of the Caudal Epidural space, Sacroiliac Joint and Ganglion Impar
Andrew Krol, MD Morning Alejandro Ortega, MD Afternoon
STATION 6 - Ultrasound-Guided Blocks for Posterior Pelvic Pain. Sonoanatomy superficial and deep gluteal muscles, pudendal nerve.
Alejandro Ortega, MD Morning Andrew Krol, MD Afternoon
STATION 7 - Facial Echo Anatomy and Ultrasound-Guided Injections.
Sergi Boada, MD Morning and afternoon
SCHEDULE OF ROTATIONS
08:00 - 08:30 Lecture 1 – How can classify Knee and Hip pain? Angel del Rio, MD
08:30 - 09:00 Lecture 2 – Neuromodulation using ultrasound guided technique and hydrodissection to isolate and identify the neuroma of the injured nerve. Mortada Jubara, MD
Hands-On Training: Cadavers & Live Models Stations
With the Utilization of Ultrasound to perform single injection and continuous nerve blocks
8 Cadavers & 8 Live Models Stations 8 Rotations (4 to 6 people each)
STATION 1 - Sonoanatomy of Shoulder joint and bursa and ultrasound-guided injections injections.
Roberto Miguelez, MD Morning Miguel Navlet, MD Afternoon
STATION 2 – Sonoanatomy of hip joint and ultrasound-guided injections
Angel del Rio, MD Morning and Afternoon
STATION 3 - Sonoanatomy of knee joint and ultrasound-guided injections.
Alvaro Garcia, MD Morning and Afternoon
STATION 4 - Sonoanatomy of foot and ankle and ultrasound-guided injections.
Rajendra Kumar Sahoo, MD Morning and Afternoon
STATION 5 – Sonoanatomy of nerve entrapment neuropathies of the upper extremities and ultrasound-guided injections
Upper limb suprascapular, radial, ulnar cubital tunnel syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome.
Luis Valdes, MD Morning and Afternoon
STATION 6 – Sonoanatomy of nerve entrapment neuropathies of the lower extremities and ultrasound-guided injections
Common peroneal nerve, tarsal tunnel syndrome and Morton's neuroma.
Tomas Domingo, MD Morning and Afternoon
STATION 7 - Sonoanatomy of superior hypogastric plexus blocks, celiac plexus block and ultrasound-guided injections
Mortada Jubara, MD Morning Mario Fajardo, MD Afternoon
STATION 8 - Ultrasound-assisted/guided neuroaxial injection / Cervical thoracic and lumbar.
Sergi Boada, MD Morning and Afternoon
Registrations to this workshop are by email only. Please download the Registration form available here, fill it in and choose your payment option.
Please send the filled form by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For information by phone please call +34656750589