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Prolotherapy & MSK Ultrasound

Why do prolotherapists need to use MSK ultrasound? Confirm palpation findings Use a targeted approach Get better outcomes for patients I have had the opportunity to work with almost a dozen musculoskeletal practitioners who use prolotherapy in their practices. These...

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Adequate Training

Good morning, ladies and gentleman! This is your captain speaking. We want to thank you for flying with us today. On behalf of myself and the co-captain, we want to take a moment to let you know that neither of us has adequate training to fly this...

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What’s the Difference???

MSK Masters offers and provides on-site training to practices and clinics desiring to provide optimal diagnostics and specifically placed… at the target… Medicine. The value of on-site training as opposed to traveling to a workshop has proven to be more cost-effective...

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10,000 Hours

10,000 HOURS Malcolm Gladwell is attributed with stating that it takes 10,000 hours of "deliberate practice" to become expert in any given field in life. Instead of investing 10,000 hours, you can “shorten your learning curve” to use MSK...

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Grand Canyon: Rim to Rim

On October 4, 2018, along with my son, I will run from the south rim of the Grand Canyon to the North rim. This will be one of the most challenging runs I have done. I began distance running in 1971. So, there have been several decades of pounding the...

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UC San Diego Hemophilia Center

Randy Moore, DC, RDMS, RMSK and Dr. Annette von Drygalski are working together to develop and validate the JADE Protocol, the Joint Activity and Damage Exam to monitor and quantify joint status in the hemophilic patient. See Dr. Annette von Drygalski here...

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Hands On Seminar

This past weekend, I spent three days teaching MSK Ultrsaound in New York City. On Friday and Saturday I presented lower extremity procedures to doctors of physical therapy at the Hands-On Seminar workshop in Astoria. On Sunday, I presented shoulder and...

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Somebody Help!

This past weekend, I had the privilege to present MSK Ultrasound to the North Carolina Ultrasound Society, the nation’s largest organization representing sonographers in a single state with over 300 sonographers attending. I was also dazzled by the venue,...

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Million Miler!

This week I arrived in San Diego and became a “Million Miler” on Delta Airlines. They gave me a nifty little bag with a water bottle and an umbrella! I can honestly say that the vast majority of those miles came by flying to offices, hospitals and...

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Is it Really Bursitis?

Trocanteric bursitis is best diagnosed and treated with musculoskeletal sonography. Outpatient of the trochanteric region does often illicit pain response; however, without imaging, a precise diagnosis is elusive. This is a 46 year old male demonstrating a...

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