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Working Collaboratively to Develop and Maintain Evidence-Based Practices
Dr. Delzell collaborates with colleagues around the world to perform research that helps propel the discipline of musculoskeletal ultrasound forward by developing and maintaining evidence-based practices. On this page, you can find out more about her collaborative research as well as read testimonials from physicians, and patients, and learn about her published research work.
Dr. Delzell is currently working collaboratively with colleagues in multiple areas, including:
Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine (PRiSM) Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Research Interest Group
The aim of this PRiSM group is to develop research that incorporates multiple disciplines, with the central goal of moving forward research surrounding musculoskeletal ultrasound, specifically geared toward the pediatric athlete. The ultrasound research interest group includes 11 researchers from eight locations, including Boston Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, the University of California San Diego and The Ohio State University. The group represents five different subspecialties and is currently researching:
- Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) normative ultrasound parameters and diagnostic ultrasound criteria for injury of the ligament in patellar dislocation patients.
- Longitudinal ultrasound of commonly injured upper and lower extremity tendons in the high school/collegiate athlete: Predictors of future injury in the pre-participation exam.
- Ultrasound evaluation of the rectus femoris and iliopsoas tendon at the hip: Defining the anatomy.
Akron Children’s Sports Medicine Group
Dr. Delzell is collaborating with the Akron Children’s Sports Medicine group to evaluate treatment protocols for functional popliteal artery entrapment.
Terminology Task Force
Dr. Delzell is part of the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine task force for creating a consensus paper for musculoskeletal ultrasound diagnostic and therapeutic terminology.
Integrative treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain involves ultrasound diagnostic and ultrasound therapeutic solutions, as well the use of complementary and alternative medicine. Complementary treatments could include manual medicine, lifestyle medicine and mind-body treatments concurrent with needle or physical therapy treatments. We work with a number of partners to deliver this integrative health approach, including, but not limited to:
- Functional Medicine
- General surgeon Vascular surgery
- Orthopedic Surgeon
- Osteopathic Manipulation
- Pain Management
- Physical Therapy
- Spine Clinic
- Sports Medicine
- Vascular/Lymphatic Clinic
Dr. Delzell is a member of numerous professional societies and is actively involved with several of them. These include:
- American Medical Association
- American College of Radiology
- American Roentgen Ray Society
- Radiological Society of North America
- American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine
- Ohio State Medical Association
- Society of Skeletal Radiology
- Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine, Founding Member
- American Medical Society of Sports Medicine, Affiliate Member
- 2020 National Association of Women Business Owners
View some of Dr. Delzell’s most recently published articles through PubMed.gov.
Her most recent case study assessed subjective outcome data in 14 patients who underwent ultrasound-guided perineural hydrodissection and steroid injection for pronator syndrome secondary to median nerve entrapment in the pronator tunnel. Read the full case study here: Ultrasound-Guided Perineural Injection for Pronator Syndrome Caused by Median Nerve Entrapment.