Intensive / Advanced Small Group Hands-On Regenerative Medicine Workshop: Miami

Agenda

  • Friday, February 9, 2018
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    12:00 PM  -  6:00 PM
    Hands-On Image Guidance Using Ultrasound
    • Add-on to Your Registration
    • Needle placement techniques
    • Structural and anatomical identification
    • Fundamentals of ultrasonography
    • Upper and lower extremities
    Fee  Optional 
    7:00 PM  -  9:00 PM
    Dinner and Presentation
    • Friday Evening
    • Presentation: Discover Unique Tools & Structure Guidance that Will Provide Guaranteed Results & Success in Your Practice
     Optional 
  • Saturday, February 10, 2018
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    Day One Workstations

    ADVANCED HANDS-ON CADAVERIC & LIVE PATIENT
    (2-Hour Stations: Morning & Afternoon)


    Joint Injections – CADAVER
    • PRP Preparation & Various Joint Injections
    Faculty: John Ferrell, M.D.

    Objectives: Attendee will learn the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) process from A-Z with an understanding from the blood draw, to spinning to injection. The attendee will then inject the biologics under ultrasound guidance in various joints.


    BMA Techniques Using Ultrasonography – CADAVER
    • Imaging, Targeting, Bone Marrow Aspiration
    Faculty: Rowan Paul, M.D.

    Objectives: The attendee will learn the basic clinical approaches for bone marrow harvest including equipment imaging and techniques and its application in clinical practice.


    Spine – Fluoroscopy Guided Biologics Injections – CADAVER
    • Intradiscal Biologics, PRP, A2M, ADSC, BMAC
    • Facet joints, Disc, SI Joint, Tendon/Ligaments
    Faculty: Douglas Spiel, M.D., Christopher Rogers, M.D.

    Objectives: The attendee will learn the role of different stem cells and biologics and their applications in interventional pain management and spine.


    Ultrasound Imaging – LIVE PATIENT
    • Musculoskeletal - Knees, Hips, Ankles, Elbows, Shoulders, Wrists, and more
    Faculty: Michael Meng, D.C.

    Objective: Attendee will learn novel ultrasound methods and techniques to facilitate targeting of biologics. Attendees will also learn new tools and concepts used to identify various anatomical structures under ultrasound guidance. Train with the experts.


    Adipose Derived Stem Cells (ADSC) – CADAVER
    • Liposuction, Manual Acquisition, Cell Processing, Biology
    Faculty: Steven Cohen, M.D., Todd Malan, M.D.

    Objective: Attendee will have a better understanding of adipose derived stem cells and their applications, including harvesting, processing and cell counting.


    7:00 AM  -  8:00 AM
    Registration/Breakfast
    8:00 AM  -  12:15 PM
    ACCME Break-out Stations
    12:15 PM  -  1:45 PM
    Lunch
    *Lunch and breaks included on both days – Times and agenda subject to change. For all travel plans: Please plan on course completion at 4:45 on Day 2
    1:45 PM  -  6:00 PM
    ACCME Break-out Stations Continued
  • Sunday, February 11, 2018
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    Day Two Workstations

    CLINICAL STRATEGIES


    MIS Spine:
    • MIS Spine in Conjunction with Intradiscal Biologics
    Faculty: Christopher Rogers, M.D.

    Objectives: The attendee will learn different aspects and applications of implementing regenerative medicine into their practice with research and outcomes.


    The Biology of Blood and its Various Constituents:
    • PRP, PPP, A2M, White Blood Cell/Red Blood Cell, Exosomes, ECM
    Faculty: Sean O’Connell, Ph.D., Duncan Ross, Ph.D., Javin Pierce

    Objectives: Attendee will learn the difference between each blood component and its clinical applications.


    Perinatal Biologics:
    • Cord Blood, Amniotic Fluid, Placental Membrane Derivatives
    Faculty: Peter A. Norowski, Jr., Ph.D.

    Objective: The attendee will learn the detailed biology behind perinatal biologics and their role in various MSK applications including joint and spine.


    Lumbar Disc Disease:
    • The Continuum of Lumbar Disc Disease-When to choose surgery and when to choose regenerative medicine
    Faculty: Douglas Spiel, M.D.


    7:00 AM  -  8:00 AM
    Breakfast
    8:00 AM  -  12:00 PM
    ACCME Break-out Stations
    12:15 PM  -  1:15 PM
    Lunch
    *Lunch and breaks included on both days – Times and agenda subject to change. For all travel plans: Please plan on course completion at 4:45 on Day 2
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