Introduction to Shoulder Ultrasound

During this webinar, James Wilcox, MD, FAAFP, RMSK, will break down the shoulder ultrasound examination into easy-to-accomplish sections for anyone just learning how to perform point-of-care ultrasound. Learning objectives: Describe how to evaluate the shoulder for common causes of shoulder pain Integrate ultrasound pathologic findings into a diagnostic management plan About Our Speaker   Dr. James Wilcox, is from Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. He earned his medical doctorate from Indiana University in 2014 and completed his Family Medicine Residency at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in 2017. He then completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Western Michigan University in 2018. He completed the RMSK certification for musculoskeletal ultrasound in 2021. He first served in the rural community of Austin, Indiana, practicing inpatient, outpatient primary care, emergency medicine, sports medicine, and substance use treatment. In 2021, he accepted a grant funded position at Indiana University School of Medicine teaching Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and coordinating POCUS integration into the 4-year curriculum as the HRSA PRIME POCUS Thread Director, and Indiana University School of Medicine Associate POCUS Director. Questions? Email POCUS@Inteleos.org Webinar Disclaimer Education and Information Disclaimer

During this webinar, James Wilcox, MD, FAAFP, RMSK, will break down the shoulder ultrasound examination into easy-to-accomplish sections for anyone just learning how to perform point-of-care ultrasound.

Learning objectives:

  1. Describe how to evaluate the shoulder for common causes of shoulder pain
  2. Integrate ultrasound pathologic findings into a diagnostic management plan

About Our Speaker

 

Dr. James Wilcox, is from Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. He earned his medical doctorate from Indiana University in 2014 and completed his Family Medicine Residency at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in 2017. He then completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Western Michigan University in 2018. He completed the RMSK certification for musculoskeletal ultrasound in 2021. He first served in the rural community of Austin, Indiana, practicing inpatient, outpatient primary care, emergency medicine, sports medicine, and substance use treatment. In 2021, he accepted a grant funded position at Indiana University School of Medicine teaching Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS) and coordinating POCUS integration into the 4-year curriculum as the HRSA PRIME POCUS Thread Director, and Indiana University School of Medicine Associate POCUS Director.

Questions? Email POCUS@Inteleos.org

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