1. Demonstrate familiarity with the anatomy of the elbow through use of a case-based approach.
2. Apply evidence-based, systematic approach to evaluation.
3. Deduce the symptoms and signs for common elbow complaints as presented through a case-based approach; epicondylitis UCL injury, osteochondritis dissecans, biceps tendonitis.
4. Select and/or conduct appropriate imaging tests for elbow injuries.
5. Evaluate when it is appropriate to refer patients for subspecialty care.
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Richard Figler, MD, CAQSM, Staff Physician; Associate Sports Medicine Fellowship Director; Team Physician, John Carroll University; Team Physician, Solon High School; Cleveland Sports Health Orthopedic and Rheumatology Institute, Cleveland, Ohio
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