WORKSHOP ON RADIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS OF SPINAL CONDITIONS [X-Ray, MRI & CT] – AIIMS, New Delhi
WORKSHOP ON RADIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATIONS OF SPINAL CONDITIONS  [X-Ray, MRI & CT] – AIIMS, New Delhi

NOW REGISTRATION OPEN FOR “RADIOLOGY WORKSHOP AT AIIMS, NEW DELHI”

AUG 10, 2019 – AUG 11, 2019 (2 DAYS WORKSHOP)

The workshop is a graduate student level 2 days workshop. The workshop includes 2 days of teaching and practicals,   By Dr.Prabhu which includes 16 hours of direct theory and practical classes.

Course InstructorNeuro Physiotherapist in Bangalore

Founder, Digital Teachings 

www.digitalteaching.org

Founder, Steadfast Neuro Super Specialty Rehab Centre

 www.steadfastclinics.com

Principal, The Oxford College of Physiotherapy

 www.theoxford.edu/physiotherapy

WORKSHOP  DESCRIPTION AND GOALS

The workshop will provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively utilize diagnostic imaging in the management of selected conditions seen by physiotherapists. The curriculum will emphasize patient safety and a physiotherapist’s accountability to ensure effective and appropriate utilization of diagnostic imaging, and facilitate timely access to diagnostic imaging. Curriculum will include, but not be limited to:

  • Understanding imaging technology
  • Patient safety issues and risks when ordering diagnostic imaging
  • Criteria for ordering diagnostic imaging
  • Ethics of the use of diagnostic imaging in physiotherapy practice
  • Using search patterns to understand images
  • Understanding content and relevance of an imaging report
  • Integration of diagnostic imaging findings into practice
  • Understanding cost and utilization issues associated with diagnostic imaging procedures

Workshop will includes all aspects of radiology but importance will be given to more of musculoskeletal radiology.

OBJECTIVES

Upon completing this workshop, you’ll be able to:

  1. Engage in the diagnostic process using spinal orthopedic imaging procedures when appropriate to establish differential diagnoses.
  2. Decide the most appropriate spinal musculoskeletal imaging procedure according to the client presentation and the current best evidence for diagnosis.
  3. Determine the most appropriate radiographic views according to client presentation, current best evidence for diagnosis, and current best evidence for reducing ionizing radiation exposure.
  4. Describe a systematic approach to the analysis of plain film radiography, magnetic resonance imaging, and computed tomography and determine the relevance of visualized pathology to clinical decision-making.
  5. Use evidence-based diagnostic imaging procedures as appropriate to help determine the client who would benefit from physical therapy interventions and the client who requires referral for medical services.
  6. Review diagnostic test studies on musculoskeletal imaging according to evidence-based criteria for validity, including an explanation of radiographic clinical decision rules for orthopedic pathology related to the spine and extremities.
  7. Understand basic concepts of musculoskeletal image acquisition and interpretation.
  8. Recognize the appearance of normal spinal anatomy and common pathology on musculoskeletal images to facilitate diagnostic accuracy and appropriate intervention strategies and forces.
  9. Effectively educate patients and clients regarding their diagnostic imaging results.  Formulate an enhanced working vocabulary of diagnostic and musculoskeletal imaging terminology and appropriately communicate with other medical professionals using the language of diagnostic imaging.
Most importantly, you will be able to apply the knowledge to your clinical practice immediately!



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