Gaining Patient Trust with Ultrasound-Guided Pain Procedures

Objectives for Ultrasound-Guided Pain Management Injection Training

Upon the successful completion of the Ultrasound Guided Interventional Pain Injection Course attendees should be able to perform the following:

  • Observe and perform correct imaging (ultrasound) techniques for performing joint injections in the shoulder, hip, elbow, knee, sacroiliac joint, and various small joints using ultrasound.
  • Observe and perform correct imaging (ultrasound) techniques for performing soft tissue injections for upper and lower extremities including pharmacologic used for the procedures to treat various tendinopathies and other soft tissue pathologies.
  • Understand the basics of ultrasound technologies including physics, optimizing image quality, choosing the right transducer, transducer movements, and scanning approaches (i.e. Out of Plan, In-Plane).
  • Learn the advantages and limitations for the indicated uses of ultrasound in interventional pain management injections. Understand irregular pain pathologies and possible technologies available with ultrasound devices.
  • Understand and visualize anatomical landmarks for transducer placements and injections using the various approaches necessary for soft tissue and joints.
  • Learn the various pain pathologies, how to use ultrasound to help confirm the diagnosis, and which medications should be used for these MSK injections including the use of contrast.
  • Understand alternative uses for the musculoskeletal transducers for other types of diagnostic procedures or therapeutic injections (i.e. Stem Cells, UCB, Exosomes, and PRP) within a clinical environment.
  • Receive Billing and Coding (ICD-10/CPT Codes), RVU values, General Billing Guidelines, and Administrative Forms to integrate these new procedures within your medical practice.



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