What to Expect
February 3-5, 2023
This course is designed for orthopedic surgeons, primary care physicians, physician assistants,
nurse practitioners, physical therapists, athletic trainers, and coaches.
This course provides a forum for Sports Medicine Specialists to discuss problems and concepts
related to preventing, treating, and rehabilitating injured athletes. The Symposium topics will include:
general sports medicine, head & spine in sports, foot and ankle, the skeletally immature athlete,
upper extremity, lower extremity, and the knee.
Develop a concept of one's position on a Sports Medicine Team; diagnose commonly occurring injuries and advise athletes regarding their treatment; initiate logical primary treatment following injuries to athletes; develop logical approaches to the prevention of injury by condition and utilization of proper protective equipment.
Lectures will be broadcasted in “real-time” of the symposium dates
Live Q&A sessions by our faculty
Live broadcasted anatomy dissection demonstrations of the shoulder and elbow & hand
Live broadcasted workshops on cutting-edge topics: Biomechanics in Rehabilitation, Concussions, and Sports Medicine Cases
Recordings will be accessible for 30 days post-Symposium to registered attendees
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