Tendon and Bursal Disorders
Upon completion of this CME session, you should be able to:
1. Use evidence-based practices to diagnose patients presenting with joint pain for bursitis or tendonitis, and assess for red flags indicating infection or other serious condition.
2. Develop an evidence-based treatment strategy for patients with bursitis or tendonitis.
3. Counsel patients diagnosed with bursitis or tendonitis on prevention and immediate self-treatment strategies.
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Guy W. Nicolette, MD, CAQSM, Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship, University of Florida, Gainesville
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