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WatchME Instructional Video: Sports Medicine: Physical Examination of the Ankle, Hip, Knee, and Shoulder
Description
Sports Medicine: Physical Examination of the Ankle, Hip, Knee, and Shoulder
The video will explain and demonstrate a stepwise approach to the ankle, hip, knee, and shoulder exams including inspection, palpation, range of motion assessment, neurovascular testing and special tests. Each portion of the examination will be demonstrated on a patient volunteer. The examiner will describe the steps and techniques while they are performed. Relevant anatomic images will be displayed throughout the examination to reinforce understanding. After the video examination, there will be power point slides summarizing the examination steps. The sensitivity and specificity of individual exam maneuvers will be described. In addition, based on these sensitivities and specificities, an interpretation of positive and negative exam maneuvers will be recommended. Each exam will cover the following:

Ankle:
This examination will include special tests designed to assess the arch of the foot, the plantar fascia, the anterior talofibular ligament, the calcaneofibular ligament, the anterior and posterior inferior tibiofibular ligaments, the Achilles tendon, the tibialis posterior, assessment for tarsal tunnel syndrome, the Lisfranc joint, and assessment for Morton’s neuroma.
 
Hip:
This examination will include special tests designed to assess the femoroacetabular joint, acetabular labrum, sacroiliac joint, and tensor fascia lata/IT band origin.
 
Knee:
This examination will include special tests designed to assess the patellofemoral compartment, cruciate and collateral ligaments, meniscus, posterolateral corner and IT Band insertion. During the examination, both normal and abnormal findings will be discussed. The examiner will describe the steps and techniques while they are performed.
 
Shoulder:
This examination will include special tests designed to assess the long head of the biceps tendon, each of the rotator cuff muscles, the labrum, the acromioclavicular joint, as well as glenohumeral stability and thoracic outlet syndrome. During the examination, both normal and abnormal findings will be discussed.
 
Method of Study
Upon viewing the videos, participants will need to complete a session evaluation, which includes a reflection on learning, in order to claim credit. The presentations can be viewed at one's own pace and credit can be claimed after viewing the individual sessions.

Accreditation Statement
The American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Designation of Credit
The American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (AAPM&R) designates this enduring material for a maximum of .50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Financial Disclosures
AAPM&R requires all individuals who are in a position to control the content of an educational activity to disclose all relevant financial relationships with any commercial interest, which is any entity producing, marketing, re-selling or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients. Disclosures are made in written form prior to the start of the educational activity and any potential conflicts of interest that exist are resolved prior to the start of the activity through AAPM&R’s Conflict of Interest Disclosure and Resolution Policy Process. Individuals in a position to control content and their disclosed financial relationships are listed below.

AAPM&R Medical Education Committee:
Steven R. Flanagan, MD, Chair: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Anna-Christina Bevelaqua, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
John C. Cianca, MD: Speaker’s Bureau for Advanced Health Education Center
Claire E. Finkel, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Rita G. Hamilton, DO: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Mark E. Huang, MD: Cerner Corporation: Non-remunerative Positions of Influence; NU School of Physical Therapy: Honorarium
R. Sam Mayer, MD: Demos Publishing: Receipt of Royalties.
Andre Panagos, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Atul T. Patel, MD, MHSA: Speaker's Bureau for Allergan; has non-remunerative positions of influence with the AAOS Guideline Committee; and has participated on clinical trials for Ipsen, Merz, and Revance.
Amy Phelan, MD, DVM: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Kerrie M. Reed, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Sunil Sabharwal, MD: Demos Publishing: Receipt of Royalties; American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Board of Directors
Nathaniel V. Zuziak, DO: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.

AAPM&R CME Committee:
Karen P. Barr, MD, Chair: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Rishi R. Bakshi, DO: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Keith J. Foster, MD, MBA, CPE: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
John S. Harrell, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Sheryl R. Levin, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Kentaro Onishi, DO: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Evan R. Peck, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Patricia T. Tan, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.
Kristin A. Wong, MD: Disclosed no relevant financial relationships.

No other planners, faculty or other individuals in control of content disclosed any relevant financial relationships.

FDA Disclosures
All faculty members for this activity have disclosed they do not intend to discuss or demonstrate any pharmaceutical or medical device for which FDA clearance has not been approved.
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Available May 19, 2019 to May 30, 2022
Cost: Member: $35.00
Non-Member: $45.00
Resident Member: $25.00
Resident Non-Member: $35.00
Credit Offered: 0.5 CME Credit
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