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Ostomy Support Group
Diagnosis and Management of Common Orthopedic Injuries: A Primary Care Update
Diagnosis and Management of Common Orthopedic Injuries: A Primary Care Update
  • Ostomy Support Group

    WPH is offering a free support group dedicated to providing support and information for anyone living with an ostomy. The group provides an opportunity for patients, family, caregivers, and friends to meet and share experiences.

     For more information, call 914-681-2430

    • Location:
      White Plains Hospital Center for Cancer Care, 2 Longview Avenue, White Plains, NY 10601
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  • Diagnosis and Management of Common Orthopedic Injuries: A Primary Care Update

    Statement of Need
    Orthopedic standards of care assist primary care providers in the treatment of common injuries. When a patient may benefit from a more specialized level of care following an injury, appropriate protocols and referrals help achieve the best possible outcome. This course will help participants identify common injuries in the primary care setting and manage them with the appropriate standards of care.

    Activity Goals
    Orthopedic injuries are on the rise and are a common reason for emergency department visits. These injuries should be diagnosed promptly and accurately to optimize patient outcomes. This activity will review issues that can be effectively managed by a primary care provider versus those needing to be referred to a specialist, and analyze how an interdisciplinary team approach can improve care and outcomes among orthopedic patients.

    Learning Objectives
    After attending this activity, participants will be able to:
    • Describe how to diagnose and treat common problems in the following orthopedic areas: neck and back; foot and ankle; sports medicine; hip and knee; and hand, wrist, and elbow
    • Identify issues that can be effectively managed by a primary caregiver versus those needing to be referred to an orthopedist
    • Explain how to safely treat orthopedic problems that are appropriately treated by a primary care provider following the recommended guidelines.
    • Analyze how an interdisciplinary team approach to orthopedic problems can improve patient care

    Intended Audience
    This activity is specifically designed for those involved in the following settings: Internal/Family Medicine, Sports Medicine, Pediatrics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and Emergency Medicine. It is also designed for professionals working in academic settings, including athletic trainers and coaches, as well as other health professionals interested in the diagnosis and management of common orthopedic injuries.

    In support of improving patient care, Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore Medical Center is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

    Credit Designation
    Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore Medical Center designates this internet live activity for a maximum of 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 




    Rick Weinstein, MD

    Identifying Orthopedic Emergencies & Treating Knee Pain in the Athlete

    Jonathan Holder, MD

    Management of Foot & Ankle Injuries

    Isaac Livshetz, MD

    Non Operative & Operative Management of Knee & Hip Osteoarthritis

    Michael Gott, MD

    Treatment of Non-Arthritic Hip Conditions & Shoulder Pain/Arthritis in the Aging Patient

    Nathan Douglass, MD

    Management of Hand & Wrist Conditions

    Michael Schwartz, MD

    Orthopedic Approach to Shoulder Pain in the Young Athlete

    Jared Brandoff, MD

    Operative Treatment of Neck & Back Pain

    • Location:
      Virtual Event; Login Information to be Shared After Registration Completed
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