Armed with a steady hand and keen skill in musculoskeletal sonography Dr. Emily Pineda gets set to teach hands-on cadaver course

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Dr. Pineda, lead physician of South Texas Arthritis Care Center will travel to Fort Worth, TX to teach the two-day MSKUS course alongside some of the best musculoskeletal medical professionals in the industry

When it comes to needling and musculoskeletal sonography there is no substitute for hands-on experience. That’s why Dr. Emily Pineda, lead physician of South Texas Arthritis Care Center will join other experienced faculty in teaching a MSKUS Cadaver Course in musculoskeletal sonography in Fort Worth, TX, Nov. 15 and 16.

The course is a hands-on cadaver course focusing on needle guidance of the extremities, hip and spine. The students will experience a needling technique lecture followed by two-days of hands-on cadaver lab exploring techniques involving the shoulder, elbow, knee, foot and hip. Students will get invaluable hands-on experience along with continuing education credits.

Dr. Pineda possesses the new Registered in Musculoskeletal Sonography (RMSK) credential that raises the standard of musculoskeletal sonography and enhanced patient safety. She’ll share that knowledge of the latest sonography technique as well as her expertise from her many years treating inflammatory diseases.

“The class is exciting because students really get to apply the skills they learn. Having such practical experience is integral to providing excellent patient care,” Dr. Pineda said.

Dr. Pineda is a faculty member of MSKUS, an instructional group of medical professionals that specializes in the basic and advanced instructional education and advancement of musculoskeletal ultrasound guidance. Continuing education like the MSKUS Cadaver Course is a big part of maintaining standards for medical field professionals.

“It’s great to be a part of such a course that contributes to the professional standards of a variety of positions in the medical field. I know that the participants and will greatly benefit from the experience and the combined expertise of the faculty,” Dr. Pineda said.

Dr. Pineda is the lead physician at the south Texas Arthritis Care Center in San Antonio, Texas, specializing in providing state of the art diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for adults affected by musculoskeletal conditions & autoimmune disease.

To learn more about Dr. Pineda’s work at the South Texas Arthritis Care Center visit http://www.happyjointmd.com or call 210-615-9801.

About South Texas Arthritis Care Center
Lead by Dr. Emily Pineda, the South Texas Arthritis Care Center in San Antonio, Texas, specializes in providing state of the art diagnosis and treatment and rehabilitation for adults affected by musculoskeletal conditions and autoimmune diseases. Visit http://www.happyjointmd.com to learn more.

About Dr. Emily Pineda
A board certified Rheumatologist, Dr. Emily Pineda started practicing in Michigan in 1998. In 2005, she and her family moved from Michigan to San Antonio, which she now calls home. Dr. Pineda is the first in South Texas to provide cutting edge therapies such as Ultrasound-guided Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy for various joint and soft tissue ailments & Osteoarthritis of the knee. Dr. Pineda has been recognized by her peers as a Top Doctor in San Antonio since opening her solo practice in 2006. She is a member of the American College of Rheumatology, American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, American College of Physicians, Texas Medical Association, and Bexar County Medical Society.

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