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Level 1 - Foundations of MSK Ultrasound eLearning

This course is an exclusive teaching program where you will learn all the necessary basics of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound through 170 short-videos and micro-learning moments to apply this knowledge in your daily practice.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

  • Understand the concept of ultrasound.
  • How to apply MSK ultrasound in MSK healthcare.
  • The normal appearance of MSK tissues in ultrasound?
  • Learn how to use the ultrasound system.
  • Understand the 3D functional anatomy of the upper and lower extremity joints.
  • How to scan all SonoSkills upper and lower extremity joint protocols in a correct and reliable way.
  • Identify some common pathology in MSK ultrasound.
  • Correctly working with the toolcard for qualitative scanning and pathology recognition.
The Foundations of MSK Ultrasound eLearning will teach you the very basics of Musculoskeletal Ultrasound. You will learn how ultrasound works, how to apply it in your daily and clinical practice, and the particular advantages and disadvantages of this modality.

The key to learning Musculoskeletal Ultrasound will be strong anatomical knowledge which will be achieved through a guided learning journey with beautifully dissected anatomy images and a first look at the appearance of these features in MSK Ultrasound. You will learn to easily translate the body’s 3D anatomy to 2D images through multiple high-quality short video lectures. You will further learn how to scan anatomical structures of the upper- and lower extremity according to standardized protocols.

The core of this course is based on an intensive review of the anatomy of specific regions, pathophysiology of common conditions within these regions, and evidence-based reviews of the use of MSK Ultrasound in the assessment of the locomotor system.

No matter whether you are a physician, physiotherapist or student, this course will cover all aspects of MSK Ultrasound at a basic level while ensuring your path to understanding remains easy every step of the way.

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photo Marc Schmitz, MSc