Annual Sports Medicine Symposium
Orthopedic Specialty Clinic is pleased to offer the
Sports Medicine Symposium
This is an annual Sports Medicine symposium designed to bring together sports medicine professionals involved in the injury rehabilitation and performance enhancement of athletes.
Attend this course and receive valuable ATC CE’s for your time – up to 5 Category A and 3 EBP Category CEUs will be available.
Your Local Leaders in Orthopedics
We are your local orthopedic specialists and leaders in our specialty. Our doctors are Board Certified. Drs. Larson, Chung, Kirchmier, Krushinski and Facaros have not only completed the required orthopedic training, but also one year fellowships in their designated areas of expertise.
Dr. Larson completed fellowships at UCLA in joint replacement and sports medicine. He performs all types of knee, hip, and shoulder surgery.
Dr. Krushinski completed his fellowship training at Union Memorial Hospital and specializes in sports medicine and arthroscopy. He serves as the Team Physician for University of Mary Washington.
Mark Ford has served with numerous athletic teams, including US Olympics and specializes in Sports Medicine.
Following this event, attendees will be able to:
- Summarize the most current concepts regarding the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, and prevention of ACL injuries in an athletic setting.
- Recognize symptoms of all components of the Female Athlete Triad and understand screening tools to identify clients with disordered eating
- Understand strength and conditioning principals in regards to muscle contraction and how this will aid in the design and implementation of strengthening programs.
- Summarize general hip anatomy and biomechanics, and compare surgical and non-surgical options for hip arthroscopy and rehabilitation
- Describe the methodology of developing a clinical prediction rule, interpret findings of an evaluation based on clinical prediction rules to select patients that are most likely to benefit from spinal manual therapy techniques and/or lumbar stabilization exercises, and incorporate spinal manual therapy and lumbar stabilization techniques into clinical practice
- Understand dancing injuries and pointe technique, and recognize prevention, injuries, diagnosis and modalities used to treat injuries in this special population.
- Explain the effects of cryotherapy on common physiological and clinical outcomes, including inflammation, blood flow, nerve conduction, pain, range of motion, and strength, and describe the effects of cryotherapy on tissue temperature, and explain how adipose tissue alters recommendations for cooling protocols
For additional information, please download our Full Objectives, Purpose, and Outcomes Information Sheet.