The AHTA is working with the University of Sydney to develop an Imaging course, which we hope to launch in October this year.
The course will include recorded lectures, three live webinars, and assessment.
Content will incorporate imaging from x-ray, MRI, CT and ultrasound and comprise the whole upper limb with a special focus on the hand, wrist and forearm.
We request members' help to build an image bank for use in teaching and assessing this course.
Consent forms can be found below (scroll down).
Images are required by 14 July 2023.
Good quality image capable of reproduction.
Image of an X-ray, CT, MRI or ultrasound
Patient consent is documented and included.
All identifying details removed.
Radiology interpretation/reports / relevant clinical metadata included.
- Arthritis and rheumatic disease- erosive arthropathy and degenerative in fingers, wrist and elbow
- Congenital anomalies- fingers, hand and wrist
- Crush injuries / trauma – finger tip crush
- Dislocations and subluxations- PIP, SLAC and SNAC wrist, thumb MP, elbow, shoulder
- Impaction # distal radius
- Colles pre and post reduction/ distal radial fracture's
- IA distal radius pre and post reduction
- Scaphoid – using scaphoid views and a series of healing from initial XR to healed
- Carpal #'s – Hamate, Triquetrum, Carpal Boss
- Spiral # metacarpal with and without shortening
- P1 or P2 # pre and post reduction
- Elbow #- supracondylar humerus (adult or child), radial head
- Proximal humerus or mid shaft - pre and post bracing
- DRUJ dislocations
- Thumb UCL Stener vs no Stener lesion
- Trigger finger
- de Quervains
- Wrist ganglion
- Bicep tendinopathy/rupture
- Common extensor origin (I.e. Radial tunnel end lateral epicondylitis)
- Supraspinatus tear or bursitis in shoulder
- Ruptured flexor tendon or tendon repair
- Scapho-lunate dissociation and luno triquetral ligament tears
- SLAC and SNAC wrist
- TFCC attachment tear
- Tenosynovitis (flexor or extensor)
- Bone bruising
- Scar tissue and adhesions
- General anatomy
- Adhesive capsulitis
You may download and print this form for your client/patient's written consent. The practice must retain this form.
You will need to complete and return a Therapist Image Consent Form. This form is available for electronic signature and return for your convenience.
Please Contact us to request this form. It will be emailed to you.