Maverick wields the latest technology and proven experiential learning techniques to turn our students into experts on regional nerve blocks and ultrasound applications at the point of care.

Our Teaching Tech

Pulsatile Cadavers

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Maverick Medical Education training courses use pulsatile cadavers to imitate a clinical experience as closely as possible. We choose to use human specimen cadavers so the resistance, pressure, and overall tactile feedback are realistic while learning. Additionally, not all cadavers are created equally and by using high-quality cadavers, our students walk away with the ability to immediately begin performing these techniques with beneficial results for their patients.
Our pulsatile cadavers use our own patented technology to bring a greater sense of anatomical realism to every training session


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Ultrasound is a widely used medical imaging technology that has revolutionized medical diagnostics. It uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of internal organs and tissues, which can help doctors diagnose and treat a wide range of medical conditions. Ultrasound is safe, painless, and non-invasive, making it an attractive option for patients who may be uncomfortable with other forms of medical imaging, such as X-rays or CT scans. It is particularly useful for diagnosing conditions that affect soft tissues, such as tumors, cysts, or inflammation, and it can also be used to monitor the growth and development of fetuses during pregnancy.