This introductory level 1 course is for any clinician looking to learn how to assess, diagnose and treat rock climbing finger injuries with diagnostic ultrasound. The material is highly interactive with an emphasis on case based learning and practical application. You will access and view 3 hours of pre-recorded lectures, read associated articles, and then meet for a 4 hour live session to problem solve rock climbing patient cases with live ultrasound demonstrations. Whether you are a seasoned clinician with years of ultrasound experience or a newer to ultrasound diagnostics - at the conclusion of the course series, you will have a greater understanding of how to use ultrasound to diagnose injuries in a climber’s finger.
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The 2022 course has fully enrolled and registration for that course is now closed. However, there are still spots available for the 2023 cohort. Register on this page now to confirm your spot for 2023. Use the code "early bird" to receive $150 off of the 2023 course enrollment. All registration fees are fully refundable up to 48 hours before the first live session. This rock climbing continuing education course series is for medical professionals looking to advance their knowledge in assessing, diagnosing and treating injuries with rock climbers. The material is highly interactive with an emphasis on case based learning and practical application. The course series is divided into six units. For each unit, you will access and view pre-recorded lectures (1.5 - 3.5 hrs per unit) on the unit’s topic, read associated articles, and meet for a 2 hour zoom live session to problem solve rock climbing patient cases related to the material. At the conclusion of the course series, you will have a greater understanding of how to rehabilitate rock climbing injuries.