[Audio] Sam Hodge – Anatomy for Lawyers with A Medical-Legal Guide for Presenting or Defending Musculoskeletal Injuries

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Factual Investigation | Litigation & Alternative Dispute Resolution | Samuel D. Hodge Jr.
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Musculoskeletal disorders are the largest category of workplace injuries and account for the majority of personal injury claims. Knowing the real mechanism of a back, shoulder or knee injury or what is and is not trauma related is crucial to your success as an advocate. In plain-English, and with a sharp focus on the challenges you face, Sam Hodge will keep you in stitches as he explains the nuances of the spine and upper and lower extremities is an easy to understand manner that will allow you to better evaluate or defend your case. 

This entertaining and valuable journey will take you inside the human body through videos, illustrations and animations as you learn the parts of the body that are most susceptible to injury and those that are not. Professor Hodge, will explain how diagnosis are made and the particulars of medical tests and surgical procedure from the unique perspective of a very successful litigator and teacher.

· Learn how injuries to the spine, knee and shoulder really occur.

· Learn about muscles, ligaments, tendons and fascia.

· Find out the real difference between a sprain and a strain.

· Become comfortable with the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system.

· Find out how x-rays, Ct-scans and MRIs work as you read actual films.

· Experience what few attorneys have ever done by going into the
anatomy lab and operating room to see what the body really looks like
and how operations are performed.

 

COURSE AGENDA

PART 1

60 Minutes

Ethics in Medicine and the Law

Explore a variety of medical problems as you discuss the ethical issues involved with medical records and the doctor/patient relationship.

30 Minutes

Basics of the Musculoskeletal System: Bones, Joints, and Soft Tissues

Discover the parts of the skeletal and muscular systems as you learn the purpose of bone, the function of a joint and the differences among muscles, ligament and tendons.

 

 

PART 2

90 Minutes

Basics of the Musculoskeletal System: Bones, Joints, and Soft Tissues (Cont’d)

Continue your journey through the human body as you learn the real difference between a sprain and a strain and explore the most common diagnostic studies as you discover how to read x-rays, CT Scans and MRIs.

 

 

PART 3

90 Minutes

The Spine, Nerve Roots and Soft Tissues

The spine is the most common areas injured but trauma to the back is often misunderstood. As you learn the parts of the spine, you will discover the mechanism of injury and what parts of the spine are injured and those that are not. After you learn the soft tissues, purpose of the nerve roots and the various disk abnormalities, you will go into the operating room to learn the real difference among the most common back surgeries. This knowledge will let you better understand the proper value of a back surgery case.

 

 

PART 4

90 Minutes

The Upper and Lower Extremities

Explore the anatomy of the shoulder, hand, and knee. Learn why a shoulder injury keeps people out of work the longest and what part of the rotator cuff in most injured. While the hand consists of 27 bones, you will be able to identify these structures and learn the medical jargon a doctor uses to describe an injury to these bones. The program will end with an examination of the knee as you discover that injuries to the ligaments are usually opposite of where the impact takes place.

 

 

6 hours of the live presentation of Professor Hodge's exciting program. Includes 102 page course manual.

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