Join us for a 60 minute webinar in the safety of your office to review the anatomy and assessment of cervical dystonia.

At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe cervical muscle anatomy
  2. Assess injection patterns
  3. Develop a dosing plan

Target audience: Physiatrists, Residents, Medical Students, OT.

Speaker:  Mandar S. Jog, MD, FRCPC, is the Director of the National Parkinson Foundation Centre of Excellence in Parkinson Disease and Movement Disorders Program at London Health Sciences Centre and a Professor of Neurology at Western University, both in London, Ontario, Canada.

Host/Moderator: 
Paul Winston, MD FRCPC, Clinical Associate Professor, department of Medicine @University of British Columbia & Island Medical Program UBC or
Larry Robinson, MD, FABPMR
Professor and Division Director, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, @Sunnybrook Research Institute

CanMEDS Roles: Medical Expert (the integrating role), Communicator, Leader, Scholar, Professional.


Accreditation: This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. You may claim a maximum of 1.0 hours (credits are automatically calculated) 

Co-developed with Allergan

Co-development is defined by the Royal College as the process by which two or more organizations — at least one of which must be a physician organization — prospectively collaborate to develop and implement an accredited educational activity, learning resource or tool. The physician organization (CAPMR) has ultimate authority over all decisions and is accountable to ensure that the administrative, educational and ethical accreditation standards for group learning activities are met. This webinar was co-developed with Allergan and CAPMR and was planned to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity and balance. 


Mandar S. Jog, MD, FRCPC, Professor of Neurology @Western University

Mandar S. Jog, MD, FRCPC, is the Director of the National Parkinson Foundation Centre of Excellence in Parkinson Disease and Movement Disorders Program at London Health Sciences Centre and a Professor of Neurology at Western University, both in London, Ontario, Canada. He is also one of the Associate Directors of the Lawson Health Research Institute. He trained in Neurology in Toronto and completed a fellowship in movement disorders with Dr. Anthony Lang. This was followed by a 4-year post-doctoral fellowship in Computational Neuroscience at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston, Massachusetts, under Dr. Ann Graybiel and a visiting professorship at Stanford Research Institute (SRI Inc.) in California. With 6 patents and 4 provisional patents for innovative technology he is the co-founder of Medtrode Inc. and founder of ManJog Enterprises Limited and MDDT Inc.

 

BC Provincial Webinar*
Whiplash, Concussion & Headaches:
How to navigate this maze.

*Webinar is tailored for clinicians in British Columbia, Canada
however all are welcome to register @$50 CAD.

 

Whiplash, Concussion & Headaches: How to navigate this maze.
Wednesday, July 22 | 1600-1800 PDT

Join us for a 2 hr webinar in the safety of your office. The lengthy offering for Q&A will be helpful for generating discussion from across the country.

Wednesday, July 22, 1600-1800 PDT (BC Time)

At the end of the activity, participants will be able to:

  1. Review the literature and evidence for non-sport concussion.
  2. Develop a systematic approach to the treatment of post-traumatic headaches.
  3. Develop an evidenced based approach to the management of whiplash.
  4. Guide the Clinician in maximizing outcomes, reducing disability and dependency on passive care

Target audience: British Columbia (however all are welcome)- Family Physicians, Physiatrist, Neurologist, Nurse Practitioners, Physio and Occupational Therapists, Physicians in Sports Medicine, Residents

Panelists:
Dr. Kaila Holtz
Dr. Shelley Ross

Fee: $50 CAD at time of registration.

Hosts:
Paul Winston, MD FRCPC, Clinical assistant professor in the department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia and the Island Medical Program UBC

CanMEDS Roles: Medical Expert (the integrating role), Collaborator, Leader, Health Advocate, Scholar

Accreditation: This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Canadian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. You may claim a maximum of 2.0 hours (credits are automatically calculated).

Paypal account is not required. 
Select Pay with Credit or Visa Debit card as shown below.

 

Dr. Kaila Holtz, PGY-5, Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation @University of British Columbia, Canada

Dr. Kaila Holtz is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia where she completed both her medical training (2013) and residency (2019). Her clinical and research interests include occupational and sport-related injuries, myofascial pain syndromes and orthobiologic injections. Prior to medicine she competed for Canada on the women's national softball team winning silver at the 2003 Pan-Am Games and placing 5th at the Athens Olympics.

Dr. Shelley Ross, Physician @Burnaby, BC

Dr. Shelley Ross has worked as a longitudinal care Family Physician in Burnaby with a practice that spanned four generations. She was active in medical politics, being President of the Doctors of BC, a board member of the Canadian Medical Association, Co-Chair of the GP Service Committee, as well as President of the Medical Women's International Association and the Federation of Medical Women of Canada. Motor vehicle accidents were a regular part of her office practice, with many of those consisting of whiplash injuries. She well understands the complexities of providing evidence based guidance for these patients, with the guiding principle of first doing no harm. She believes Family Physicians would welcome evidence based best practice in the management of whiplash, which this webinar aims to provide.