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During this course, Orthopedics PGY1 Residents will learn the process of arthroscopic knot tying and how to correlate imaging findings with arthroscopic images.
During this course, interns entering their first year of Orthopedics Residency will learn the different types of orthopedic screws and use in common orthopedic procedures.
During this course, Orthopedics PGY1 Residents will learn how to manage fractures.
During this course, Orthopedics PGY1 Residents will learn the basics of diagnostic arthroscopy.
During this course, Orthopedics PGY1 Residents will learn the initial and operative management of lower extremity fractures.
During the MicroSurgery and K-Wires course, Orthopedic PGY1 residents will develop the skills necessary to assist with micro procedures and utilize K-wires.
This course will prepare Orthopedic PGY1 residents to provide orthopedic care in the Emergency Department trauma bay and hands on experience with drilling and reduction procedures.
This course will allow Orthopedic PGY1 Residents to practice upper extremity splinting and cast saw safety.
During this course, PGY5 Orthopedics Residents will practice trauma related procedures.
During this course, Physicians Assistants will practice orthopedic surgical skills to aide in future cross-coverage among orthopedic sub-specialties.