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Resident and Medical Student Rotations

IMPORTANT: You should read the entirety of this page, including all associated documents.


Additionally, you will receive a document via email prior to your start date that has further important information about our clinic and you rotation. This document should also be read in its entirety. 

Required Readings

Readings for your rotation are below. Rotation expectations and your schedule will be sent to you via email 1-2 weeks before your start date. Please contact if you have not received this.

Please fill out the Rotation Feedback Form at the end of your rotation!

These readings are required and cover the high-yield topics that will be important when you are in the clinic. You are expected to have completed these readings on your first day.

Sports Medicine Rotation

Generally speaking, concussion/TBI are the most common cases we see followed by pediatric overuse injuries, pediatric fractures, and a variety of other musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries.

**Past residents & students have recommended watching the Concussion Exam video playlist first. Videos are also below

Required Readings Sports Medicine Rotation

Recommended Readings Sports Medicine Rotation

Suggested Resources

These readings are not required, but are good supplemental resources.

Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Rotation

In this rotation, you will primarily see ultrasound guided injection and ultrasound diagnostics for musculoskeletal injuries.

You will have the opportunity to see concussion patients with Dr. Minor, so watching our VOMS and other concussion exam videos on youtube is highly recommended.

Suggested Resources

These readings are not required, but are good supplemental resources.

  • Saphenous Nerve Entrapment – handout for adductor canal syndrome, with entrapment of the saphenous nerve… a not so uncommon source of knee pain

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