Table of Contents

Section I: Techniques. How to do an interventional procedure.
Local anaesthetics.
Autologous blood injection.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) and autologous conditioned plasma (ACP).
Dry needling (peppering, fenestration).
Saline tripping for tendinopathy (high volume injections or brisement).
Tendon sheath ganglion aspiration.
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ECSWT).
Sclerosant therapy.
Section II: Shoulder. Acromioclavicular joint.
Glenohumeral joint including hydrodilatation.
Glenohumeral joint arthrogram.
Sterno-clavicular joint.
Long head of biceps tendon.
Subacromial subdeltoid bursa.
Suprascapular notch injection.
Section III: Elbow. Elbow joint.
Radiocapitellar joint.
Dry needling in lateral epicondylitis.
Olecranon bursa.
Cubital tunnel injection.
Section IV: Wrist. Distal radio ulnar joint.
Radiocarpal joint.
Dequervain's tenosynovitis.
Wrist extensor tendon sheath injections.
Carpal tunnel injection.
Wrist ganglia aspiration.
Section V: Hand. Thumb carpometacarpal joint.
Metacarpophalangeal joint.
Proximal and distal interphalangeal joints.
Scaphotrapezium trapezoid joint.
Flexor tendon sheath injections.
Trigger finger release.
Section VI: Hip & groin. Hip joint AP approach.
Hip joint lateral approach.
Greater trochanter.
Iliopsoas bursa.
Iliotibial tract.
Symphysis pubis.
Adductor tendons.
Section VII: Knee. Knee joint.
Patella tendon.
Proximal tibio-fibular joint.
Pes anserine complex (bursitis).
Iliotibial tract.
Popliteal cyst (baker's cyst).
Section VIII: Ankle. Ankle joint.
Subtalar joint.
Antero-lateral gutter.
High volume injections for Achilles tendinopathy (saline stripping).
Peroneal tendon sheath injections.
Tibialis posterior tendon sheath injections.
Sinus tarsi.
Section IX: Foot. Metatarsophalangeal joint.
Talo-navicular joint.
Plantar fasciitis.
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