Sonoanatomy of the Suboccipital Region With Emphasis on Occipital Nerves Entrapments

Sonoanatomy of the Suboccipital Region With Emphasis on Occipital Nerves Entrapments

Learning Objective(s)
After watching this collaborative activity with Samsung, you should be able to:

  • Identify the sonographic appearance of the suboccipital muscular layers; 
  • Differentiate the greater, third, and lessor occipital nerves; 
  • Locate pertinent vascular anatomy with sonography; and 
  • Discuss occipital nerve entrapments and their treatment options.

Faculty: Phillip Steele, MD CAQ, RMSK

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This program is a non-CME educational activity.

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Phillip Steele, MD CAQ, RMSK

CEO Performance Injury Care and Sportsmedicine

Dr Phillip Steele has extensive sonography experience in the head and neck, brachial and cervical plexus along with developing advanced protocols for the scapula. He has given several webinars on the brachial and cervical plexus (AIUM) and has led several advanced scapular dyskinesis workshops, and this webinar uses key understanding from previous webinars and workshops to further the points of chronic scapula pain and dysfunction.