An overview of the evidence-base for ultrasound-guided pain procedures compared to other imaging modalities. The diagnostic utility of sonography, approach to incidental findings, and point-of-care assessments for procedure complications will be presented. Emerging applications including peripheral nerve stimulation, regenerative medicine, and percutaneous needle tenotomy will be discussed.
State of the Evidence Base: Ultrasound-Guidance in Pain Procedures
Jennifer Hah, MD MS
Diagnostic Ultrasonography in Pain Medicine, Incidental Findings, and Point-of Care Assessment
Amitabh Gulati, MD
Innovations in Ultrasound Therapeutics and Emerging Applications
Einar Ottestad, MD FIPP CIPS
- Identify the evidence based benefits of choosing ultrasound-guidance compared to other imaging modalities in terms of comparable efficacy, safety, and treatment setting.
- Demonstrate knowledge regarding the diagnostic utility of pain medicine sonography for specific clinical conditions, approach to incidental findings, and use of point-of-care assessments during procedures.
- Recognize emerging applications of pain medicine sonography spanning peripheral nerve stimulation, regenerative medicine, cryotherapy, radiofrequency, and percutaneous needle tenotomy.
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