Advanced Cadaveric Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop

Cadavers will be utilized for needling on pulsatile specimens using the “Maverick Method,” ultrasound instruction, administration of block medium, and catheter insertions.  Workshop content will consist of classroom lectures, hands-on demonstrations, “live” model scanning, and individualized instruction utilizing high faculty-to-attendee ratios.

The following blocks will be taught and demonstrated: fascia iliaca compartmental, adductor canal approach to the saphenous nerve, IPACK, PEC I/II, erector spinae, infraclavicular, costoclavicular, RAPTIR, quadratus lumborum, TAP (iliohypogastric/ilioinguinal, transversalis, and posterior TAP), and the paravertebral nerve blocks.

Anatomists from a local university (trained PhDs and DPTs) will be performing the dissections and instruction of the anatomy related specifically to regional anesthesia.

Faculty for the daylong workshop includes: Bill Johnson, DNAP, CRNA, Director of the MTSA Acute Surgical Pain Managment Fellowship; Stace Dollar, MS, CRNA; John M. Edwards, III, MS, CRNA; and MTSA Acute Pain Fellows.

For more information contact Bill Johnson at (615) 732-7846 or


Participation limited

Presented by: Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia

 315 Hospital Drive, Madison, Tennessee

“Reflecting Christ in Anesthesia Education”

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