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Adaptability & Being Better

ADAPTABILITY AND BEING BETTER

In previous blogs, we have often discussed the agility and adaptability that must accompany ongoing education in the science of ultrasound in order to advance your career in sonography. Ultrasound technology is advancing quickly, and those with a healthy intellectual curiosity or the internal urge to get ahead of the curve are rewarded…professionally and financially. We have Continue reading

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PART III – New Paradigms for Ultrasound: Why MSK ?

PART III – NEW PARADIGMS FOR ULTRASOUND: WHY MSK ?

CONTINUED FROM PART I and PART II

The future is always coming up with surprises for us, and the best way to insulate yourself from these surprises is to diversify.Robert J. Shiller, American economist and Nobel Laureate

specializationAnyone who sits down with a financial/investment planner will be familiar with the advice surrounding diversification of assets.  “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket”, as the old saying goes, and that advice is equally valid for your “career capital” assets.  Continue reading

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PART II – New Paradigms for Ultrasound: Assessing Peripheral Nerves

NEW PARADIGMS FOR ULTRASOUND: ASSESSING PERIPHERAL NERVES

CONTINUED FROM PART I

jamie-blog2_bOur last blog discussed the gradual ascendancy of ultrasound /sonographic evaluation(s) within the field of musculoskeletal anatomy, and more specifically in assessing pathologies for peripheral nerves.  This material was presented earlier this year at the 2019 American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Annual Convention.

We covered the rapid technological improvements over the past 4-5 years, and briefly Continue reading

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