Get ready to take your muscle MSK ultrasound skills to the next level with radiologist Alexander Talaska, a key opinion leader in his field! In this engaging 3-part series, 4.5 hours of content, you will gain a deeper understanding of muscle ultrasound and train your eye to identify typical static and dynamic sonoanatomy of muscles and myotendinous junctions. Learn how to diagnose common pathologies at different stages of muscle trauma.


  • Identify and understand the typical sonographic anatomy of muscles and myotendinous junctions after trauma. 
  • Recognize and diagnose common pathologies at different stages of muscle trauma. 
  • Understand the correlation between sonographic findings and clinical performance. 
  • Learn the technical skills necessary for performing and interpreting MSK ultrasound in muscle trauma. 
  • Implement MSK ultrasound into clinical practice for enhanced patient care.


Why you should follow this online course?
Muscle injuries are a common occurrence in sports and other physical activities. Diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound has been scientifically proven to be an effective tool in identifying the extent and nature of muscle injuries after a traumatic event. This non-invasive imaging technique enables clinicians to accurately diagnose and differentiate between muscle injuries such as strains, tears, and contusions. Early diagnosis using ultrasound allows for appropriate management of injuries, resulting in improved outcomes for patients. Additionally, ultrasound-guided interventions such as injections or minimally invasive procedures can be performed with accuracy, reducing the risk of complications and promoting faster healing. Therefore, diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound of muscle injuries is an essential component of modern sports medicine and physical rehabilitation practices.

After completion of the full webinar, you'll receive the digital SonoSkills certificate of attendance.

Interested in alternative training options?
If you wish to learn scanning other tissues like bone, joints, bursa’s, ligaments, nerves and tendons in all upper and lower extremity joints, we suggest following our online foundational MSK ultrasound course, or our hands-on foundational MSK ultrasound course. If you are interested in a more advanced level of scanning, please attend our Advanced MSK Ultrasound Bootcamp. This advanced course will cover both the upper and lower extremity.


MSK Ultrasound of Muscles in Trauma

1 month access
  • Language English
  • Accreditation 4,5 CME points
  • Length 4,5 hours
  • Trainer Dr. Alexander Talaska