Fotios P. Tjoumakaris, MD, Editor in Chief
2016, 100 questions, Scored and Recorded, Online, Earn up to 10 CME Credits, CME for this program expires on 12/31/2018
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Gain a better understanding of diagnostic and treatment strategies in sports medicine-related injuries and illness. Gain confidence in areas such as complex knee reconstruction, the immature athlete, and medical aspects of sports medicine and science. In addition, this exam will continue to improve upon your understanding of complex shoulder injuries as they relate to the throwing athlete.
As a result of completing the 2016 Sports Medicine Self-Assessment Examination, I am able to:
- Diagnose, evaluate and treat sports medicine-related knee injuries.
- Identify the anatomy, pathoanatomy, and biomechanics of the shoulder joint.
- Describe the etiology, evaluation, and treatment of sports medicine-related shoulder disorders.
- Identify important factors in the evaluation of hip, elbow, and knee disorders as they relate to sports injury.
- Identify current concepts regarding the evaluation of medical disorders in sports medicine and their associated treatment (concussion, spinal cord injury, compartment syndrome, and heat illness).
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Self-Assessment in MOC:
Credits earned by completing this Scored and Recorded Special Interest Self-Assessment Examinations can be applied to the scored and recorded self-assessment requirements as mandated by the ABOS Maintenance of Certification (MOC) process and will count toward the CME credit requirement, as well.