Cervical Procedures Bio-Skills Lab
February 7-9, 2014
Performing cervical interventional procedures is not simply moving from
the back to the neck; the structures present a completely new skill set and a
higher level of precision and care. This course has been developed as an
introductory to cervical injections.
The 17 CME credit course is comprised of 7 hours of lecture and didactic
time, 9 hours of hands-on training, and 1 hour of time dedicated to one-on-one
instructor questions and answers. This course provides the foundation blocks
for the June 20-22, 2014 Advanced Cervical Bio-Skills Lab being held in Tampa,
To learn more about the course curriculum,
download the course brochure.
your spot now. Register
for the Cervical Procedures Bio-Skills Lab.
Hands-on training at this course includes:
During this 90-minute hands-on C-arm utilization station attendees
will learn radiation safety; parallax error; fluoroscopic anatomy in true AP,
true lateral, and oblique positions; and fluoroscopic positing for taught
Cadaver Stations – 65-minute rotations
Rotations will have 6 attendees per group; each attendee will have 9
dedicated minutes of hands-on time on the cadaver. Cervical injection
techniques taught include,
- C3-6 Medial
- C7 Medial Branch
- Third Occipital
This course will conclude with 60 minutes of free lab time. During
this time, attendees have the opportunity to revisit any of the stations that
they would like further instruction on.
filling fast, so reserve your spot today.