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Doctors Demystify The Shoulder - Las Vegas

       


Welcome to the Doctors Demystify:
The Shoulder

 
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Message from Las Vegas Course Chairman

The Doctors Demystify lecture series was started by Dr. Roy Meals from UCLA. The purpose of these lectures is to have local upper extremity specialists provide a comprehensive review of the anatomy and associated injuries and conditions affecting a particular area of the upper extremity. This year's focus is: THE SHOULDER and will be a great review for all therapists involved in caring for patients with shoulder ailments.

Local physicians specializing in the treatment of the shoulder have been asked to participate in the course to provide their unique perspective and expertise. This not only provides therapists with an excellent educational venue, providing 6 continuing education credits, but it also allows therapists the opportunity to ask their referring surgeons questions about conditions and their treatment.

Each participant will receive a syllabus containing all lecture materials as well as access to the section of this website containing the complete talks so that you can review the material as it was presented (in full color with audio commentary).  

Additionally, those attending the course will be provided access to sections of this website that contain usefull resouces to help you in your therapy practice.

This is our first hosting of the Doctors Demystify series in Las Vegas and I would like it to have a great turnout.  I was present for the kick-off last weekend in LA and the course is pack full of information that is perfect for both the busy therapist seeing many shoulder patients and the therapist who is just starting to venture up the arm.

If you have questions please contact my office. I look forward to seeing you in March.


Best Regards,

Ryan J. Grabow, MD



Last updated 2.9.11

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