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4 Seasons

The BLOCKJOCKS VIP symposium is a recurring lecture series featuring experts on regional anesthesia & acute pain medicine from around the world. New seasons of the VIP Symposium with new lectures are released regularly onto so stay tuned. Join our email list or follow the BLOCKJOCKS Facebook fan page to be notified with each new lecture video release!

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  • The Contiplex C Catheter Over Needle System

    Episode 1

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. William Urmey MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at the Hospital for Special Surgery, discusses the benefits and current limitations of traditional catheter-through-needle continuous peripheral nerve blocks while reviewing the potential advantages of a new...

  • Selective Tibial & Quadriceps Sparing Continuous Femoral Blocks

    Episode 2

    VIP Lecture Series: Joel Barton MD, a regional anesthesia specialist at Sparrow Hospital, discusses how and when to use selective tibial and continuous quadriceps sparing femoral ("adductor canal") catheters for major knee surgery.

  • US-Guided Sciatic Blocks

    Episode 3

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Mitch Fingerman, Regional Anesthesia Division Chief and Fellowship Director at Washington University, discusses ultrasound-guided sciatic nerve blocks.

  • TAP Blocks & Catheters

    Episode 4

    VIP Lecture Series: Theresa Bowling MD, Vice Chairman of Anesthesiology at the Stamford Hospital & Medical Director of the Stamford School of Regional Anesthesia (, discusses the role of transversus abdominis plane (TAP) blocks and continuous catheters for postoperative an...

  • i-TAP Blocks with Liposomal Bupivacaine

    Episode 5

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Jacob Hutchins MD, Director of Perioperative & Interventional Pain Service in the Department of Anesthesia at the University of Minnesota, discusses the use of infiltration transversus abdominis plane (iTAP) blocks using Exparel, a long acting liposomal formulation of bup...

  • US-Identification of the Dorsal Scapular & Long Thoracic Nerves

    Episode 6

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Neil Hanson MD, an anesthesiologist at the Virginia Mason Medical Center, discusses ultrasound identification of the dorsal scapular and long thoracic nerves during interscalene nerve blocks.

  • Ultrasound & Chronic Pain

    Episode 7

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Rajnish Gupta MD, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology & Associate Director of Adult Acute Pain Service at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, discusses the use of ultrasound for procedures to treat chronic pain.

  • The Treatment of Acute Pain in the Trauma Patient

    Episode 8

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Laura Clark MD, Professor of Anesthesiology, Residency Program Director, & Director of Acute Pain & Regional Anesthesia at the University of Louisville, discusses the treatment of acute pain in the trauma patient.

  • Ultrasound Guided Thoracic Paravertebral Blocks

    Episode 9

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Katharine Fleischmann MD, an anesthesiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, discusses the use of ultrasound for the placement of thoracic paravertebral blocks.

  • US-Guided Nerve Blocks & Anatomy of the Upper Extremity Above the Clavicle

    Episode 10

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Stuart Grant, Professor of Anesthesiology at Duke University Medical Center, discusses ultrasound-guided nerve blocks and anatomy of upper extremity above the clavicle, including interscalene and supraclavicular nerve blocks.

  • US-Guided Femoral Blocks

    Episode 11

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Dickson Wu, from the North Shore University Health System in Chicago, discusses the use of ultrasound-guided femoral blocks.

  • Paravertebral Blocks & Catheters with Classic and Ultrasound Techniques

    Episode 12

    VIP Lecture Series: Dr. Jason Brookman, MD, the Regional Anesthesia Fellowship Director at Johns Hopkins University, discusses paravertebral nerve blocks and continuous catheter techniques, both classic and ultrasound-guided approaches.