Sports Ultrasound and the New Year
January 6, 2015
Happy New Year y’all!
Returning from lovely Charleston, South Carolina after a relaxing week, I’ll be able to retain a southern, laid-back lilt to my voice for perhaps a day or two more….As many of you would likely agree, there’s nothing quite as bracing as the need to attend to the post-vacation crunch of full email accounts, urgent work-inbox tasks, and full clinic days!
It certainly makes a difference to return to a job and profession one loves. Sports medicine: what would I do without you?
I hope you have had a chance to peruse the new, January 2015 CJSM, which is as full of excellent articles as the aforementioned inboxes. One of the highlights of the issue is the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Position Statement on Interventional Radiology, which is currently freely available. I hope, too, you’ve had a chance to catch the new podcast interview with Dr. Jonathan Finnoff, the lead author of the paper.
As a clinician who currently (and regretfully) does not employ sports ultrasound in my current practice, I’m always curious about those professional colleagues who do. With that in mind, it’s time for the first poll of the year:
Thanks for sharing your thoughts.