Thursday, August 25, 2011


This site was designed by the AMSSM Fellowship Committee and the Fellows' Matter Sub-Committee for the benefit of current fellows.  Please explore the resources at your leisure.

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  1. Hi,

    First, awesome job on putting this together. I'll be starting my fellowship in a few months and am really glad this resource is available.

    Couple of quick comments:

    On the "Prevention" section of the site, the two links at the top (PPE related) appear to be dead.

    Also, the image file a the top of the "Radiology Resources" section is broken, or they are for me, at least (using both Google Chrome and Internet Explorer).

    Thanks again!

  2. Hi Jerry,

    Thanks for the feedback. new link found for the dead PPE link and working on a new picture for radiology resources.

    We would love for you to help maintain the site if you would like!

    Aaron Gray

  3. Aaron--I would probably be interested in helping out, though it would probably be a few weeks before I could commit to anything. I'll be in touch; sorry for the delay, haven't been back in a little while, just saw this.

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  5. I'll be starting my fellowship in a few months and am really glad this resource is available. Thanks

  6. If there is anyone still watching this blog, I am looking for a good reference for Sports Medicine Injections. I have a couple of different books, but neither really corroborate what the other says which gives me some hesitation with trusting their validity. I am not necessarily talking about Ultrasound guidance, but that could be really beneficial as well. Having something for landmark based injections that has suggestions about doses of medications and so forth. If anyone has any ideas I would love any feedback. Dustin Porter Family Medicine Sports Medicine Fellow.

    1. Hi Dustin,

      Try A practical Guide to Joint and Soft Tissue Injection and Aspiration by Dr. McNabb. I will post some more information for landmark based injections to the sports medicine resources.