Learn About Guidelines for the Sidelines: Common Musculoskeletal Injuries in Sports

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 Learn About Guidelines for the Sidelines: Common Musculoskeletal Injuries in Sports. Stress fractures are just one of many kinds of musculoskeletal injuries that athletes can get and today, you’re going to learn about some of the most common of these injuries. Let me welcome today’s guest, Dr. Timothy Miller. Dr. Miller is a sports medicine specialist and Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery here at the Ohio State University.

View a video introduction of this webcast

What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: UNDERSTAND the initial sideline and clinic assessment techniques for evaluating shoulder, knee, and leg injuries in athletes; and DESCRIBE and APPLY the appropriate initial treatment options for AC joint injuries, glenohumeral dislocations, patella dislocations, ACL tears, and leg injuries.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • Most common sports-related musculoskeletal injuries
  • Initial history and physical exam of the athlete with leg pain
  • Gastrocnemius strain

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.

Get Details on the Approach to the Dizzy Patient

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 Get Details on the Approach to the Dizzy Patient. Dizziness can be a devastating problem for almost anyone and it was nearly a career-ending problem for one of the world’s most famous astronauts. On this CME webcast, we’re going to take an up-close look at dizziness to discuss what diseases cause it, how to work patients up, and how to treat it. Joining our moderator in the studio is otoneurologist and Associate Professor of Neurology, Dr. John Oas.

View a video introduction of this webcast

What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: UNDERSTAND the anatomical and pathophysiological basis for a vestibular disorder in a dizzy patient; and DESCRIBE the multidisciplinary rehabilitation team approach to the management of the dizzy patient.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • Otoneurology
  • Meniere’s disease
  • Surgery and dizziness
  • Tinnitus and dizziness
  • Acoustic neuromas
  • Multiple sclerosis and vertigo
  • Neuroimaging
  • Medications causing dizziness
  • Red flags on the history and physical exam
  • Disability for dizziness
  • Electronystagmography
  • Videonystagmography
  • Vestibular evoked myogenic potentials

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.

View CME Education on Colon Cancer Screening and Genetics

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 View CME Education on Colon Cancer Screening & Genetics. On this CME webcast, we’re going to take a look at colon cancer from two vantage points. First, to discuss colon cancer screening and surveillance, we have gastroenterologist and Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the Ohio State University, we have Dr. Peter Stanich. Then to discuss hereditary colon cancer, genetic counselor and Professor of Internal Medicine at OSU, Heather Hampel will be joining us.

View a video introduction of this webcast

What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: IDENTIFY the appropriate age and options for colon cancer screening; UNDERSTAND the guidelines for colon cancer surveillance timing based on colonoscopy findings; RECOGNIZE patients who need a genetics referral to rule out Lynch syndrome; and IDENTIFY patients with a moderate increased risk for colorectal cancer based on their family history.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • Efficacy of Colon Cancer Screening Programs
  • Clinical Implications of Hereditary Colon Cancer
  • Best bowel prep for a colonoscopy
  • Capsule endoscopy
  • Newly identified colorectal cancer genes
  • How patients can prevent polyps

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.

On-line Education for Familial Heart Disease

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 On-line Education for Familial Heart Disease. There are a lot more inherited heart diseases than anyone could have conceived of back in the 1970s. In the studio to provide an update on familial heart disease is cardiologist and professor of internal medicine as well as director of the OSU division of human genetics, Dr. Ray Hershberger. Also, joining us is genetic counselor and associate professor of internal medicine, Amy Sturm.

View a video introduction of this webcast

What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: Describe the current state of genetic and genomic testing in cardiovascular medicine; and EXPLAIN the rationale, benefits, and limitations of cardiovascular genetics and genomics evaluation.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • Family history in the era of electronic medical records
  • Advances in genetic testing
  • Whole genome sequencing
  • When to order genetic counseling
  • Clinical approach to the patient with a family history of sudden death
  • Clinical approach to the patient with a family history of CHF

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.

On-line Education for Multiple Sclerosis

OSUWexnerbloglogo2014 On-line Education for Multiple Sclerosis. In the 1950’s and 1960’s, almost everyone in America knew Annette Funicello and when she died, it was like a member of everyone’s family died. Hearing about her illness makes us all too cognizant of just how bad MS can be. There has been an enormous change in the way that we treat multiple sclerosis since Annette Funicello was first diagnosed with it 25 years ago and on this CME webcast, we’re going to hear about the breakthroughs that are offering hope to people who a generation ago would not have had the luxury of hope. Joining our moderator, Dr. Jim Allen, in the studio are two of Ohio State University’s experts in MS. First, we have Dr. Jacqueline Nicholas who is an Assistant Professor of Neurology and second we have Dr. Aaron Boster who is also an Assistant Professor of Neurology.

View a video introduction of this webcast

What you’ll learn in this webcast

As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: RECOGNIZE the neurological symptoms that should raise clinical suspicion of a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis; INITIATE prompt referral to a neurologist in patients presenting with symptoms that may be indicative of a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis; ESTABLISH a communication strategy with the treating neurologist to discuss treatment, side effects, and barriers to adherence in patients with multiple sclerosis.

You’ll also learn about the following:

  • Challenges in diagnosis of multiple sclerosis
  • Changes in treatment options for patients with multiple sclerosis
  • Management of depression in patients with multiple sclerosis
  • Deep brain stimulation in multiple sclerosis
  • Heredity and multiple sclerosis
  • Management of multiple sclerosis in children
  • Natural history of multiple sclerosis
  • Exercise and multiple sclerosis
  • Diet and multiple sclerosis
  • Sexual dysfunction in multiple sclerosis
  • Urinary dysfunction in multiple sclerosis
  • Spasticity
  • Role of corticosteroids in managing multiple sclerosis

You can find this and many other MedNet21 programs on the OSU – CCME website.

Call our MedNet21 Program Manager at 614.293.3473 for more details about subscribing to MedNet21 as a hospital or as an individual. You can also e-mail him at derrick.freeman@osumc.edu.