Welcome to SSRA

The Stamford School of Regional Anesthesia’s mission is to provide high quality training in the management of acute pain by teaching participants in our Saturday seminars how to place peripheral nerve catheters under ultrasound guidance.

SSRA also seeks to teach the strategies to launch a successful inpatient and ambulatory nerve block and catheter programs. The faculty at SSRA realize that in order to create a successful CPNB program you must earn the support of your surgical colleagues and your administration. SSRA is the only course available that integrates a surgeon and an administrator’s perspectives of regional anesthesia into our seminar. After attending our course, we will provide unprecedented access to all the documents you need to launch a successful nerve block program at your hospital including brochures, policies and procedures and order sets. Participants will also have access to a video library where all 10 blocks are videotaped on a real model with emphasis on positioning, ultrasound probe placement, and identification of anatomy.

SSRA will also offer post-course support in the form of a webinar, opportunities to visit The Stamford Hospital to observe our block team in action, and our faculty members can come to your hospital to assist you with the development of your continuous peripheral nerve block program.

Stamford, Connecticut is located only 30 miles from New York City and is in the heart of New England. Stamford is accessible by train, plane, and 8 anesthesia CME credits will be offered to attendees of the course.

The 10 Ultrasound-Guided Blocks Every Anesthesiologist Must Know

The 10 Ultrasound-Guided Blocks Every Anesthesiologist Must Know imageThe Stamford School of Regional Anesthesia (SSRA) ultrasound guided seminar seeks to meet the need for high quality training in the management of acute pain by teaching participants how to perform nerve blocks within the context of a catheter program. At our seminars you will learn the following 10 blocks: Upper Extremity: Interscalene, Supraclavicular, Infraclavicular Mid Body: Transversus Abdominus (TAP), Paravertebral, Fascia Illiaca Lower Body: Femoral, Anterior Sciatic, Saphenous, Popliteal Read more
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COURSE OUTLINE

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Oct 18, 2014

STAMFORD, CT
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  • Registration and Breakfast

  • PEC Blocks for Breast Surgery
    Vlad Frenk, MD

  • How to Develop a Robust Nerve Block Program and Overcome The Common Obstacles Created by Your Surgeons, Administrators, and Nurses
    Theresa Bowling, MD

  • A Surgeon’s Perspective of Why Regional Anesthesia is Good for the Surgeon
    Philip Corvo. M.D

  • Coffee Break

  • Upper Extremity Blocks
    Interscalene, Supraclavicular and Infraclavicular
    Steven Finkel, M.D

  • Upper Extremity Scanning on Models

  • Lunch and Billing for Regional Anesthesia….And Getting Paid for it
    Steven Finkel, M.D

  • Lower Extremity Blocks
    Femoral, Fascia Iliaca, Sciatic and Saphenous
    Juliet Jackson, MD

  • Lower Extremity Scanning on Live Models

  • Afternoon Cheese Plate and Warm Cookies

  • Truncal Blocks:  TAP and Thoracic Paravertebral
    Theresa Bowling, M.D.

  • Mid-body Scanning on Live Models

  • Adjournment

Faculty
Theresa E. Bowling, M.D.

Theresa E. Bowling, M.D.

Director, Stamford School of Regional Anesthesia (SSRA)
Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology

Steven Finkel, M.D.

Steven Finkel, M.D.

Co-Director, Stamford School of Regional Anesthesia (SSRA)
Staff Anesthesiologist, The Stamford Hospital

Vlad Frenk, M.D.

Vlad Frenk, M.D.

Staff Anesthesiologist, The Stamford Hospital
Faculty, SSRA

Testimonials
“Having recently left Stamford hospital for another health care system I can definitively state that the pain management program at stamford is far superior. The difference in the post operative experience for patients is profound, and I am most eager for my new facility to adopt the same practices that have worked so well in Stamford. ”

“Top notch group of instructors. Excellent small group instruction and very informative and educational.”

— ML

“Excellent! ”

— EB

“This course is extremely well organized with dynamic speakers in a great venue. I got more out of this course than any other I have attended. You presented a good road map for starting a peripheral nerve block program.”

— PS

“Great presentations with excellent videos. The hands on ultrasound training in small groups on live models and nerve simulators was amazing. I will highly recommend this course to my colleagues. ”

— AB

Complete Training Plus All The Materials You Need to Start A Successful Nerve Block Program at your Hospital

  • USB drive preloaded with all training presentations
  • USB preloaded with policies, procedure notes and more
  • Links to our YouTube instructional videos
  • 8 CME Credits
  • Opportunities to register for an observation visit

Call us for more information:

203 . 564 . 3180

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