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  • Lumbar and Cervical Vignettes

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Instructional Streaming Video

    Access the complete set of videos used in the SIS Bio-Skills Labs when you purchase SIS’s Lumbar and Cervical Vignettes. This is your only opportunity to learn directly from one of SIS’s founders, master interventional specialist Dr. Charles Aprill himself, as he demonstrates SIS Guidelines-based procedures on cadavers.


    Lumbar Vignettes:

    • Caudal Epidural Injections
    • Sacroiliac Joint Injections
    • S1 Transforaminal Epidural Injections
    • L5/S1 Disc Access
    • L5 Transforaminal Epidural Injections
    • L5 Dorsal Ramus Blocks
    • L4/5 Facet Joint Injections
    • L4/5 Interlaminar Epidural Injections
    • L4 Medial Branch Blocks
    • L3/4 Disc Access
    • L3 Transforaminal Epidural Injections

    Cervical Vignettes:

    • C7/T1 Facet Joint Injections
    • C7/T1 Interlaminar Epidural Injections
    • C7 Medial Branch Blocks
    • C7 Sympathetic Blocks
    • C6/7 and C5/6 Transforaminal Epidural Injections
    • C6/7, C5/6, and C4/5 Disc Access
    • C4/5/6 Medial Branch Blocks
    • C3 Medial Branch and Third Occipital Nerve Blocks
    • C1/2 Lateral Atlanto-Axial Joint Injections

    View a free, three-minute preview.

  • Anatomy for the Spinal Injectionist

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Instructional Streaming Video

    This 53-minute, streaming, cadaveric dissection video is intended to familiarize physicians with the anatomical location of spine structures for diagnosis and intervention. Watch Nikolai Bogduk, MD, PHD, demonstrate posterior lumbar and cervical anatomy and neuraxis under live fluoroscopy.

    This video is presented to assist physicians with learning spine intervention techniques. The video contains images of cadavers, which may be disturbing to some viewers. A cornerstone of Spine Intervention Society's SpineNet online education and SIS’s in-person, hands-on Bio-Skills Lab training is to respect the dignity of donors and to honor their dedication to advancing medical science.

    View a free, five-minute preview.

  • Lumbar Discography

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Instructional Streaming Video

    In this 78-minute, streaming, lumbar discography video you can watch Richard Derby, MD and Connor O’Neill, MD present an overview of the lumbar anatomy and then demonstrate oblique and lateral approaches on live patients. You will learn about the equipment, key concepts, risk factors, and follow the process from initial patient consultation and exam to the completion of the lumbar discography procedure.

    View a free, five-minute preview.

  • Informed Consent

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    FactFinders CME

    Myth: A satisfactory informed consent process should include all the information that a reasonable physician believes is important to communicate.

    Each participant will read the FactFinder and will answer post-test questions to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.

    Authors
    David C. Miller, MD and Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH on behalf of the Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material.

    Educational Objectives
    Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Identify best practices to ensure patient safety during interventional spine procedures
    • Cite the evidentiary basis for risk mitigation strategies in the safe performance of interventional pain procedures

    Author Disclosures Information
    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
    David C. Miller, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    OTHER DISCLOSURES
    David C. Miller, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    References
    References are provided within the FactFinder.

    Accreditation Statement
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 7/21/20
    Date of Activity Expiration: 7/20/23

  • Ultrasound Guidance for Intra-articular Sacroiliac Joint Injections

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    FactFinders CME

    Myth: Ultrasound guidance is equivalent in accuracy to fluoroscopic guidance for intra-articular sacroiliac joint (SIJ) injections.

    Each participant will read the FactFinder and will answer post-test questions to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.

    Authors
    Byron J. Schneider, MD, Jaymin Patel, MD, and Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH on behalf of the Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material.

    Educational Objectives
    Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Identify best practices to ensure patient safety during interventional spine procedures
    • Cite the evidentiary basis for risk mitigation strategies in the safe performance of interventional pain procedures

    Author Disclosures Information
    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Jaymin Patel, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    OTHER DISCLOSURES
    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Consultant: AIM Specialty Health, State Farm
    Advisory committee: MACRA
    Position on physician society/association: AAPM&R, NASS, SIS, AAP 
    Travel expenses: NASS, SIS

    Jaymin Patel, MD
    Consultant: Professional Disability Associates

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    References
    References are provided within the FactFinder.

    Accreditation Statement
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 7/21/20
    Date of Activity Expiration: 7/20/23

  • Anticoagulants and Antiplatelets for Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    FactFinders CME

    Myth: Therapeutic anticoagulation (AC) and antiplatelet agents (APA) should be discontinued prior to lumbar medial branch blocks (LMBB) due to hemorrhagic risks of clinically significant neurological complications. 

    Each participant will read the FactFinder and will answer post-test questions to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.

    Authors
    Adrian Popescu, MD, Mathew Saffarian, DO, Byron J. Schneider, MD, Zachary L. McCormick, MD, and Clark Smith, MD, MPH on behalf of the Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee 

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material.

    Educational Objectives
    Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Identify best practices to ensure patient safety during interventional spine procedures
    • Cite the evidentiary basis for risk mitigation strategies in the safe performance of interventional pain procedures

    Author Disclosures Information
    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
    Adrian Popescu, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Mathew Saffarian, DO
    Nothing to disclose

    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    OTHER DISCLOSURES
    Adrian Popescu, MD
    Consultant: IME

    Mathew Saffarian, DO
    Nothing to disclose

    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Consultant: AIM Specialty Health, State Farm
    Advisory committee: MACRA
    Position in a physician society/association: AAPM&R, NASS, SIS, AAP 
    Travel expenses: NASS, SIS

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Grant and research support: Foundation of PM&R, Midwest Pain Society, SIS
    Position in a physician society/association:
    AAPM

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    References
    References are provided within the FactFinder.

    Accreditation Statement
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 7/21/20
    Date of Activity Expiration: 7/20/23

  • Corticosteroid Injections and COVID-19 Infection Risk

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    FactFinders CME

    Myth: Epidural and intraarticular steroid injections have no effect on the risk of contracting COVID-19 infection.

    Each participant will read the FactFinder and will answer post-test questions to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.

    Authors
    David C. Miller, MD; Jaymin Patel, MD; Jatinder Gill, MD; Ryan Mattie, MD; Mathew Saffarian, DO; Byron J. Schneider, MD; Adrian Popescu, MD; Vivek Babaria, MD; and Zachary L. McCormick, MD on behalf of the Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material.

    Educational Objectives
    Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Identify best practices to ensure patient safety during interventional spine procedures
    • Cite the evidentiary basis for risk mitigation strategies in the safe performance of interventional pain procedures

    Author Disclosures Information
    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
    David C. Miller, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Jaymin Patel, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Jatinder Gill, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Ryan Mattie, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Mathew Saffarian, DO
    Nothing to disclose

    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Adrian Popescu, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Vivek Babaria, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    OTHER DISCLOSURES
    David C. Miller, MD, MA
    Nothing to disclose

    Jaymin Patel, MD
    Consultant: Professional Disability Associates

    Jatinder Gill, MD
    Grant and research support: Nevro, Sollis

    Ryan Mattie, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Mathew Saffarian, DO
    Nothing to disclose

    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Consultant: AIM Specialty Health, State Farm
    Advisory committee: MACRA
    Position in a physician society/association: AAPM&R, NASS, SIS, AAP 
    Travel Expenses: NASS, SIS

    Adrian Popescu, MD
    Consultant: IME

    Vivek Babaria, MD
    Position in physician society/association: AOGME

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Research grant: Foundation of PM&R, Midwest Pain Society, SIS
    Position in physician society/association: AAPM

    References
    References are provided within the FactFinder.

    Accreditation Statement
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 7/21/20
    Date of Activity Expiration: 7/20/23

  • Digital Subtraction Imaging for Transforaminal Injections

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    FactFinders CME

    Myth: Digital subtraction imaging (DSI) reliably prevents inadvertent intravascular injection during transforaminal epidural steroid injections.

    Each participant will read the FactFinder and will answer post-test questions to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.

    Authors
    Shaan Sudhakaran, MD, Zachary L. McCormick, MD, and Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH on behalf of the Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material.

    Educational Objectives
    Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Identify best practices to ensure patient safety during interventional spine procedures
    • Cite the evidentiary basis for risk mitigation strategies in the safe performance of interventional pain procedures

    Author Disclosures Information
    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
    Shaan Sudhakaran, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    OTHER DISCLOSURES
    Shaan Sudhakaran, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Research grant: Foundation of PM&R, Midwest Pain Society, SIS
    Position in physician society/association: AAPM

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    References
    References are provided within the FactFinder.

    Accreditation Statement
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 7/21/20
    Date of Activity Expiration: 7/20/23

  • Epidural Steroid Injections and Risk of Lumbar Surgical Site Infection

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    FactFinders CME

    Myth: Epidural steroid injections (ESI) increase the risk of surgical site infection in patients undergoing any subsequent lumbar spine surgery.

    Each participant will read the FactFinder and will answer post-test questions to earn continuing medical education (CME) credits.

    Authors
    Jaymin Patel, MD, Mathew Saffarian, DO, Adrian Popescu, MD, Byron J. Schneider, MD, Zachary L. McCormick, MD, and Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH on behalf of the Spine Intervention Society’s Patient Safety Committee

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material.

    Educational Objectives Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Identify best practices to ensure patient safety during interventional spine procedures
    • Cite the evidentiary basis for risk mitigation strategies in the safe performance of interventional pain procedures

    Author Disclosures Information
    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTERESTS
    Jaymin Patel, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Mathew Saffarian, DO
    Nothing to disclose

    Adrian Popescu, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Nothing to disclose

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    OTHER DISCLOSURES
    Jaymin Patel, MD
    Consultant: Professional Disability Associates

    Mathew Saffarian, DO
    Nothing to disclose

    Adrian Popescu, MD
    Consultant: IME

    Byron J. Schneider, MD
    Consultant: AIM Specialty Health, State Farm
    Advisory committee: MACRA
    Position in physician society/association: AAPM&R, NASS, SIS, AAP 
    Travel Expenses: NASS, SIS

    Zachary L. McCormick, MD
    Research grant: Foundation of PM&R, Midwest Pain Society, SIS
    Position in physician society/association: AAPM

    Clark C. Smith, MD, MPH
    Nothing to disclose

    References
    References are provided within the FactFinder.

    Accreditation Statement
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 7/21/20
    Date of Activity Expiration: 7/20/23

  • Core Curriculum for Interventional Physicians: ADVANCED CERVICAL

    Contains 31 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Instructional Streaming Video

    The advanced cervical modules take the learner to the next level in the cervical region. As an SIS member*, you can purchase this educational offering and dive into these topics. For an optimal learning experience, it is highly recommended that you view the videos in order.

    Topics covered in the advanced cervical modules are:

    • Anatomy, Technique, and the Evidence Base
      • Thoracic Transforaminal Epidural Steroid Injections
      • Lateral Atlanto-Axial Joint (C1-C2) Access
      • Medial Branch Blocks C3-6 Posterior Needle Approach
      • C7 Medial Branch Block Posterior Needle Approach
      • Third Occipital Nerve Blocks: Posterior Needle Approach
    • Advanced Cervical Anatomy and Imaging:  Anatomy of the Craniocervical Junction
    • Contrast Flow Patterns in Cervical Epidural Injections
    • Risk Mitigation in Advanced Cervical Procedures

    Copyright
    Materials presented in this activity have been made available by the Spine Intervention Society for educational purposes only. We reserve all rights to such material. 

    *Continual membership is required to access the modules in your member profile

    Educational Objectives 
    Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

    • Analyze the imaging depiction of the relevant anatomy;
    • Relate patient history and physical exam findings with imaging to achieve a likely diagnosis of the spinal pathology; causing the patient’s pain or dysfunction;
    • Describe the literature support for the efficacy of the procedures;
    • Identify the risks and benefits of each procedure, as well as assessment, prevention, and treatment of potential complications;
    • Apply technically correct performance of the spinal procedures using safe fluoroscopic guidance with minimal tissue injury or discomfort.

    Speaker Disclosure Information 

    RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS WITH ACCME DEFINED COMMERCIAL INTEREST 
    Michael B. Furman, MD, MS  
    Nothing to disclose 

    Brad Goodman, MD 
    Nothing to disclose

    Timothy Maus, MD 
    Nothing to disclose

    Louis C. Saeger, MD 
    Nothing to disclose

    Alison Stout, DO 
    Nothing to disclose 

    OTHER DISCLOSURES 
    Michael B. Furman, MD, MS 
    Service as an expert witness: Malpractice Review for several law firms 
    Royalties: Elsevier 
    Grant and research support: Mesoblast/Cascade 
    Any position in physician society/association: SIS 
    Travel Reimbursement: SIS

    Brad Goodman, MD
    Stock ownership or investment interest in a commercial interest: Discgenics
    Royalties: Elsevier
    Speaker and travel reimbursement: SIS 

    Timothy Maus, MD 
    Grant and research support: NIH 1R01NS100725-01A1; University of MN/Mayo Clinic Translational Product Development Fund 
    Intellectual property rights: Patent Filing, Mayo Clinic Ventures 
    Any position in physician society/association: SIS 
    Speaker and Travel Reimbursement:
     Mayo Clinic; American University of Beirut,Cleveland Clinic; American Academy of Pain Medicine, Rutgers University, SIS

    Louis C. Saeger, MD 
    Advisory committees: Minnesota Department of Health
    Grant and research support: Vivex, JoiMax
    Position in physician society/association: Minnesota Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, Director at Large 
    Marketing/promotional dinners: Boston Scientific, Nevro, StimWave 
    Speaker: SIS 
    Travel reimbursement: SIS, Boston Scientific

    Alison Stout, DO 
    Expert consultant: State Farm 
    Position in physician society/association: NASS, SIS 

    References
    References are provided within the speakers presentations.

    Commercial Support  
    No commercial support was received for this activity.

    Accreditation Statement   
    The Spine Intervention Society (SIS) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    Credit Designation Statement   
    SIS designates this enduring material for a maximum of 3.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

    Date of Activity Release: 4/17/2019  
    Date of Activity Expiration: 4/17/2021