Annual Sports Medicine Symposium

Orthopedic Specialty Clinic is pleased to offer the

Fredericksburg Regional
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.

Orthopedic Specialty Clinic (BOC AP# P3624) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers.

This program has been approved for a maximum of 5.5 EBP Category hours/CEUs, as well as up to 2.5 Category A hours. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.


Your Local Leaders in Orthopedics

We are your local orthopedic specialists and leaders in our specialty. Our doctors are Board Certified and have not only completed the required orthopedic training, but also one year fellowships in their designated areas of expertise.

Dr. Krushinski and Dr. Neary have completed their fellowship training at Union Memorial Hospital and specialize in sports medicine and arthroscopy. They serve as the Team Physicians for University of Mary Washington.

Dr. Larson completed fellowships at UCLA in joint replacement and sports medicine. He performs all types of knee, hip, and shoulder surgery.

Mark Ford has served with numerous athletic teams, including US Olympics and specializes in Sports Medicine.

Our Physician Assistants and Physical Therapists also hold certifications and have extensive training in the field of Sports Medicine.

Learning Objectives

Following this event, attendees will be able to:

  • List new and popular musculoskeletal treatments including platelet-rich plasma (PRP), stem cell therapy, and robotic joint replacement surgery.
  • Explain the surgical management of high ankle sprains.
  • Summarize relevant patient-oriented outcomes in a population of patients with cervical and shoulder pain and dysfunction.
  • Explain how the use of exercise combined with thoracic mobilization/ manipulation improves patient- oriented outcomes in patients with cervical and shoulder pain and dysfunction.
  • Summarize why Reformer Pilates combined with Medical Exercise is beneficial to create positive functional outcomes for knee pain and low back pain patients.
  • Summarize evidence-based Reformer Pilates and Medical Exercise treatment protocols for the knee and back.
  • Utilize proper fundamental Reformer Pilates and Medical Exercise techniques when creating programs for patients with knee pain and low back pain.
  • List symptoms and clinical exam findings specific to various lower extremity bony stress injuries, and discuss the optimal imaging modalities for various lower extremity bony stress injuries.
  • Define risk factors associated with bony stress injuries and discuss methods to manage these risk factors to return an athlete to sport.
  • Illustrate how risk factors can alter expected healing and return to sport timelines and how this contributes to individually directed care.
  • Outline evidence based treatment principles of bony stress injuries to specific bones of the lower extremity.
  • Summarize the use of vibration therapy to improve mobility/flexibility, strength, and power in athletes who are engaged in strength and conditioning programs.
  • Identify the benefits of vibration therapy as an adjunct therapeutic modality in physically active populations.

For additional information, please download our Full Objectives, Purpose, and Outcomes Information Sheet (Coming Soon!).

Fredericksburg Office

2800 Wellford Street
Suite 100
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Massaponax Office

9530 Cosner Drive
Suite 101
Fredericksburg, VA 22408

Office Hours

  • Mon. – Thurs. 7:30am – 4:30pm
  • Friday 7:30am – 4:00pm
  • Saturday & Sunday Closed

After Hours

We will make appointments for patients 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm. Call (540) 604-0779.