CME expires November 2024
Stay up to date with current concepts and the latest surgical techniques for the management of the most common sports-related injuries of the shoulder and elbow.
Covering everything from SLAP tears to elbow instability disorders, Surgical Insights: Sports Medicine of the Shoulder and Elbow is your go-to resource for authoritative, evidence-based treatment strategies in your daily practice. Leading experts in the field provide all the expert guidance you need on everything from diagnostic studies and the latest surgical techniques to postoperative rehabilitation, pearls and pitfalls, and outcomes. Lavishly illustrated and fully searchable, this course offers tried-and-true techniques for general orthopaedic surgeons and for those seeking more in-depth knowledge on these concepts.
Fotios Tjoumakaris, MD, FAAOS
Gregory F. Carolan, MD, FAAOS
Kevin Blake Freedman, MD, FAAOS
Laith M. Jazrawi, MD, FAAOS
Sameer H. Nagda, MD, FAAOS
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Table of Contents
Module 1: Shoulder Instability
Module 2: Superior Labral Lesions and Biceps Tendon Pathology
Module 3: Management of Glenohumeral Arthritis in the Young Active Patient
Module 4: Diagnosis and Treatment of Distal Biceps and Triceps Injuries
Module 5: Ligament Injuries of the Elbow
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Navigate at your own pace and depth with interactive self-guided, learning opportunities in each lesson.
Access full-text journal articles, book chapters, and links to current literature.
Watch high-quality, peer-reviewed surgical videos to boost your understanding of key techniques and outcomes.
Master in-depth experience-based orthopaedic techniques with Instructional Course Lectures from world-renowned surgeons.
Enhance your critical thinking skills with interactive clinical case scenarios and examples.
Check your understanding with a knowledge-check quiz at the end of each module.
Discuss the principles of management of SLAP lesions and biceps tendon disorders of the shoulder.
Describe current strategies for the treatment of shoulder osteoarthritis in the young and active patient.
Recognize and explain how to manage the spectrum of glenohumeral instability disorders (anterior, posterior, and multidirectional) that may occur in young, athletically active individuals.
Review the concepts behind and treatment strategies for elbow tendon disruptions (biceps and triceps).
Review the management of elbow instability disorders and identify specific patient populations in whom these pathologies may be encountered.
Earn up to 50 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits™.