Learn how to use regional anesthesia correctly.


Courses & Workshops that convince professionals.

Redesigned nerve blocks.


100% regional anesthesia.

One small group per course.

Orientation to your everyday clinical work.
The right blocks for your operations.

More practice. More sonography. interactive. In-house courses also possible.

For the online live classes please click here ➔

Your instructor

Dr. medical Sandro Valle, DESA/EDRA

  • Specialist in anaesthesia, intensive care medicine, emergency medicine, addiction medicine.
  • European Diploma in Regional Anesthesia EDRA (European Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Therapy).
  • European Diploma in Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine (EDAIC).


For more in-depth interest in the EDRA exam: EDRA*

Sandro Valle
EDRA Valle Sandro

Live blocks (examples)

What’s the difference here?

We take more time for fewer participants (a small group with a maximum of 7 people).
We adapt toyour working environment and go to your specific questions, such as:

  • Which block do you do with which operation?
  • How do you recognize individual nerve roots of the brachial plexus?
  • How can anesthesia be completely avoided?

Special features:

  • 100% regional anesthesia. No other distracting topics.
  • Two course formats: basic course (1 day) or advanced level (2 days)
  • You help shape the course interactively.
  • No stations in rotation, plenty of time for independent sounding.
  • Practical exercises on the needle phantom and representation on the “living model”.
  • Dealing with sonography, tips & Tricks for perfect needle display.
  • CME points & Catering.
  • Fantastic location at Lake Chiemsee in southern Germany.
  • Casual atmosphere. Space for all questions.


We offer you the opportunity to learn complex procedures beyond the “standard block” for your everyday clinical work. We are always guided by current international trends and evidence, e.g.:

  • Supraclavicular plexus blocks
  • Cervical Plexus Block
  • Erector spinae plane block
  • TAP block
  • PENG block
  • lumbar plexus block
  • PECS, serratus anterior, paravertebral block
  • iPACK, popliteal plexus block, proximal femoral triangle block

and much more

N. musculocutaneus needle in plane
Wurzel C5

More time and more flexibility, also during the course.


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For the emergency training courses please click HERE

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