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Musculoskeletal Imaging of the Knee

Wed, Sep 15


Live on Zoom

Musculoskeletal Imaging of the Knee

Dr. Lance Mabry leads healthcare professionals in current best practice of of musculoskeletal imaging of the knee. 2-hr CEU/CME

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Time & Location

Sep 15, 2021, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT

Live on Zoom

Course Details

Course Description:  This is a live, virtual 2-hour course designed for primary care providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physical therapists) to enhance their foundational knowledge in diagnostic imaging modalities for individuals with knee pain/pathology. Prior to this course, we recommend (although it is not mandatory) that participants take the Intro to MSK Imaging course, available on-demand here. This course will equip each student with the knowledge required to know when a patient with knee pain may be in need of imaging, what images to order, and how to perform appropriate clinical correlation of results.

CEU/CME Hours: 2


Dr. Lance M. Mabry, PT, DPT

Board Certified Orthopaedic Specialist

Fellow of the American Academy of Manual Physical Therapists

Course Objectives:

Identify common static musculoskeletal imaging modalities utilized in the knee.

Determine the necessary radiographic views to request based on symptomatic distribution or mechanism of injury

Identify normal knee anatomy on radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging

Identify the most common imaging planes for knee magnetic resonance imaging

Determine radiograph necessity for acute knee injuries based on the Ottawa Knee Rule

Determine radiograph necessity for chronic knee conditions based on the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria

Determine secondary imaging modality necessity based on the American College of Radiology Appropriateness Criteria

Course Schedule:

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Competency Demonstration:  In order to receive continuing education credit, each participant must achieve 70% in a 10-question quiz provided via Flexiquiz after the course. If the student fails to achieve 70 points throughout the course, they will be asked to complete additional assignments until remediation is achieved. Once the student achieves this score and completes the course evaluation, they will be e-mailed an official course certificate.


The course is acceptable for most Category A (live course/clinic) continuing education credits for healthcare and fitness professionals. Check with your respective credentialing agency or state board to ensure the objectives of the course match your specific requirement. RHE assumes no liability or responsibily for courses that are not approved by your credentialing institution or state board.

Registration Types




  • Regular


    +$2.48 service fee


    +$2.48 service fee





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