Elective Title: 49LA714 — SPORTS MEDICINE AND ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY
The primary emphasis will be sports medicine and private practice. The instructor will work to specifically concentrate on examinations of the extremities with the student as well as the application of surgical techniques in the operating room. Students will have the opportunity to observe in physical and management of both acute and chronic sports injuries, upper extremity injuries, and arthritic conditions. This site is affiliated with IU School of Medicine orthopedic sports medicine residencies and fellowship. Sport team affiliations are with area high schools, athletic clubs, NCAA Division I, II, and II colleges, and the Indianapolis Colts.
Primary Contact for Add/Drops: Denise Monday (Dmonday@iuhealth.org )
Director: John McCarroll, M.D.
Location: Methodist Sports Medicine
Other Faculty: Dale Snead, M.D., John Hur, M.D., Thomas Klootwyk, M.D., Ryan Jaggers, M.D., David Porter, M.D., Mark Ritter, M.D., Stephen Ritter, M.D., Jonathan Smerek, M.D., Lance Rettig, M.D., Gary Misamore, M.D., Art Rettig, M.D., Kevin Condict, M.D., Peter Maiers, M.D., - Students will rotate with these physicians occasionally to get upper extremity and total joint experience.Methodist Sports Medicine faculty. Students will rotate with 2 other specialists during this course.
- 1) Demonstrate and apply basic clinical skills, such as history taking, physical examination, and general knowledge pertaining to patient care (PC1)
- 2) Discuss the pathophysiology, clinical diagnoses and treatment of certain conditions (PC2)
- 3) Observe the specific areas of focus presented during Grand Rounds, Radiology Rounds, Rehab Rounds, Chapter Review, and Journal Club (PC1)
- Clinical Performance Evaluation Form; (Oral Presentations and Discussions with faculty)
Prerequisites: 3rd and 4th year status
Availability with Max Students per Month:
Duty Hours: 40
Time Distribution: 100% Clinical
Elective Type Category: CP - Clinical Practice
Notes and Enrollment Information:
Students should contact Chris Curless (firstname.lastname@example.org )at least 1 week prior to the first day of the rotation. Any student wanting to drop or add this elective after the initial computer scheduling should contact Denise Monday at 317-962-8116 or DMonday@iuhealth.org. This course may be dropped or added up to the 15th day of the month preceding the elective month.
Third Year Elective? Yes
Interprofessional Skills and Service Learning
Interprofessional Collaborative Skills: Yes
Skills Description: This elective includes opportunities for Inter-Professional Collaboration: physical therapy, chiropractic, athletic training, nursing, occupational therapy, radiology
Service Learning Included: None