Our courses are specifically engineered for the modern anesthesia provider.
Twin Oaks Anesthesia seminars specialize in comprehensive AANA approved courses for peripheral nerve blocks and ultrasound guidance developed by CRNAs for CRNAs and all anesthesia providers. All of the modern blocks and vascular access techniques are presented in our courses with real images and evidenced-based text, taught by an AANA Journal-published CRNA. Learn the insider information on how to make your imaging and blocks more successful and gain the exposure you need to make your practice more self-reliant and rewarding. From beginners to polished providers, our seminars will cover peripheral nerve blocks, anatomy, and complications in detail while reenforcing opioid-free regional anesthesia.
- Peripheral Nerve Blocks and Ultrasound Guidance for the Anesthesia Provider
- Ultrasound Assessment and Essential Procedures
- Advanced Ultrasound for the Acute and Chronic Pain Provider
October 12, 2017
We are proud to announce another article that been published based on research and trial studies over the past two years utilizing Ultrasound Imagery to assess gastric contents during preoperative evaluations. This is such a novel and basic idea that we use it in our everyday practice and were invited to NYSORA to present our study! Check out the article in full by clicking the images or button below.
Are you Actively Serving in the Military or a Veteran?
We are proud to announce that we are an approved vendor to the VA system through the SAM (system for awards management) certification which allows VA anesthesia providers to register for our courses easily. Simply use one of the buttons below to see how you can register at a discounted rate or for free if actively serving in the military.
Are you a student?
Pursuing your education as a CRNA? You are eligible for a discount, or better yet, a free course. By participating in one of our courses as a student model during our hands-on labs you can attend one of our courses free of charge and have access to all the first hand information from actively practicing CRNAs while learning and experiencing tips and techniques used by the modern anesthesia providers. To learn more, visit our Philanthropy Page or click the button below for full details.
The Nerve Shirts are here!
We are proud to announce and release our newest product, The Nerve Shirt™! Not only durable and comfortable, but 100% non-cotton microfiber allowing you to wear in the OR as well as have a reference right on your sleeve! Check out all the details on our Nerve Shirt™ page and order today while supplies last.
Terason has been an industry leader and innovator for decades. The uSmart® suite of products is backed by a world-class team of technical and educational support specialists located at our Corporate Headquarters in Massachusetts. The ultrasound solutions that Terason has developed optimizes workflow, enhances clinical efficacy and increases productivity for everyday clinical needs. Twin Oaks Anesthesia is pleased to offer all ultrasound attendees the experience of training on the latest ultrasound innovations from our friends at Terason.
Our Commitment To You
We promise that no other company has as diverse and comprehensive of a presentation of ultrasound guidance for anesthesia providers. Our two-day course will empower you to incorporate regional anesthesia with and without ultrasound guidance to maximize your potential as an anesthesia provider, and benefit patients. Currently no other company even comes close to the completeness and cost effectiveness of our courses. We are confident that you will be satisfied by your excellent conference experience with Twin Oaks Anesthesia.
We are pleased to offer the Blue Phantom, two realistic simulators, as medium for needle practice stations, which allow for accurate needle guidance without needing to handle biological material. Anatomic targets are implanted into this safe gel-like material providing an accurate simulation of in-plane and out-of-plane needle placement. It is sure to add depth to your clinical practice for regional anesthesia and all types of vascular access.