1 Sports Medicine Update: Building Young Athletes Safe and Healthy VIII Friday, March 7 and Saturday, March 8, 2014 Student Workshop Thursday, March 6 Considine Professional Building 215 W. Bowery St. Akron, OH 44308
2 Conference Information Target Audience Physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, certified athletic trainers, certified strength and conditioning specialists, personal trainers, coaches and anyone who works with young athletes participating in sports. Refreshments Breakfast, lunch and refreshments are included with the sessions. If you have special dietary needs, contact the Sports Medicine Center, , and make note on the registration form. Special Accommodations If you have additional questions or need special accommodations, please or call Continuing Education Children s Hospital Medical Center of Akron (CHMCA) is accredited by the Ohio State Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Children s Hospital Medical Center of Akron designates this educational activity for a maximum of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Children s Hospital Medical Center of Akron is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc., to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. This program has been approved for a maximum of hours of Category A continuing education. This course has also been submitted for CEUs from the Ohio Physical Therapy Association and the NSCA for CSCS/NSCA-CPT CEUs. Disclosure As a provider of the Ohio State Medical Association, it is the policy to require the disclosure of the existence of any financial interest a planning committee member and presenters have with either the commercial supporter(s) of this activity or the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) discussed, and when necessary, resolve any potential conflict. None of the planning committee members or presenters has a financial conflict to disclosure or resolve except the following presenters:, DSc Grant/Research Support Canadian Institute of Health Research; Alberta Innovates Health Solutions CRIO; Start-up Research funding from the Alberta Children s Hospital Research Institute Consultant Evidence Sport and Spinal Therapy, Calgary, Alberta Canada Speaker s Bureau Expert Panel Member for the 4th International Consensus Meeting on Concussion in Sport Course Faculty Paul Fleissner, MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Crystal Clinic Aaron Galpert, MS Ed, AT Supervisor of Athletic Training Services OTPTAT Board Member, AT section Kerwyn Jones, MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Director, Pediatric Orthopedic Residency Education Assistant Director, Pediatric Orthopedic Research, Team Physician, Copley High School Chris Liebig, MD Fellow, Sports Medicine Center, Team Physician, The University of Akron, Walsh University, and Field High School Danielle Greco, MD Fellow, Sports Medicine Center, Team Physician, The University of Akron, Walsh University, and Field High School Cortney Myer, DPT Supervising Physical Therapist Orthopedics and Sports Rehabilitation Jessica Ciborek, PT, DPT Physical Therapist Orthopedics and Sports Rehabilitation Conference Co-Chairpersons Joseph Congeni, MD, FAAP is the medical director for the Sports Medicine Center of, and team physician for Archbishop Hoban High School. Troy Smurawa, MD, FAAP is an attending physician for the Sports Medicine Center and medical director for Future Fitness Clinic at Akron Children s Hospital, and team physician for Hudson High School. Planning Committee: Joe Congeni, MD, Aaron Galpert, MS Ed, AT, ATC Stephen Lutz, AT/ATC Cortney Myer, PT, DPT Val Holbrook, MS, AT, CSCS Katrina Wolford Sharon Sheeler Sarah Simon, AT, ATC Troy Smurawa, MD Jennifer Fitch
3 Conference Objectives Friday, March 7 Current Clinical Approach to the Evaluation and Treatment of Concussions in Sports Identify an evidence-based, best practices approach to assist physicians with the evaluation and management of sports concussion Analyze emerging research and techniques to help physicians evaluate and manage the head injured athlete Future Diagnostics and Treatment Approaches to Concussions in Sports Identify concerns for long range risks of repetitive head injury Review discussion points for reducing head injury in sports-education, sport rules, equipment modifications Physiotherapy Management for Individuals with Persistent Symptoms Following a Sport Related Concussion Identify symptoms that may suggest cervical and/or vestibular system involvement Describe the role of the cervical and vestibular system in risk of concussion Identify possible treatment options for individuals with persistent findings of vestibular and/or cervical dysfunction Round Table Panel: Case-Based Return to Play with Head and Neck Injuries Panelists: Kerwyn Jones, MD Presenters: Danielle Greco, MD Chris Liebig, MD Review cases that demonstrate the factors that guide the return to play of young athletes with head and neck injuries Orthopedics 1: Surgical Issues in Collegiate Athletes Bill Pakan, MD Current Issues in Surgical Treatment of Labral Injuries Tim Meyer, MD Current Issues in Surgical Treatment of AC Joint Injuries Mark Leffler, AT Case Discussion of Shoulder Injuries in Athletes Discuss the management of shoulder labral injuries from on the field to back-to-play Illustrate the decision-making process of treating AC joint injuries operatively and non-operatively Review the most up-to-date cartilage management in the sports medicine setting Review cases that demonstrate the factors that guide return to play of athletes with shoulder injuries
4 Orthopedics 2: Surgical Issues in the Pediatric Athlete Pat Riley, Jr., MD Arthroscopic Evaluation of the Pediatric Hip Paul Fleissner, MD The Use of Biologicals in Orthopedics Discuss indications and surgical options for the use of arthroscopy in the treatment of pediatric hip injuries Define evidence-based clinical outcomes for the use of biological in the surgical management of orthopedic injuries Technology in Sports Chris Liebig, MD Cortney Myer, DPT Illustrate clinical 3-D analysis of movement patterns and potential dysfunctions Demonstrate the use of biofeedback for lumbar spine stabilization in functional, sport-specific activities Saturday, March 8 Cervical and Vestibular Rehabilitation Strategies for Individuals with Persistent Symptoms Following Sport-Related Concussion Identify appropriate and evidencebased physiotherapy assessment and management techniques for individuals with persistent cervical and vestibular features following concussion Apply the best available evidencebased principles in a practical physiotherapy setting Dry Needling: What s the Point? Mike Ross, MPT Identify 3 contraindications for dry needling Discuss appropriate use of trigger point dry needling for treatment of myofascial pain Sports Performance Testing Ron Otterstetter, PhD Describe and compare using 3 sites vs. 7 sites skinfold measurement in determining body composition Contrast the differences in using skinfold measurements and Air Displacement Plethysmography for determining body composition Associate the protocols, utility and validity of using the metabolic cart for measuring sports performance Bridging the Gap Between Therapeutic Exercise and Return to Sport Jessica Ciborek, DPT Review important statistics and kicking mechanics of high level soccer players that can modify clinical care Analyze the utilization of tests or physical performance measures to determine if an athlete is ready to return to throwing through evidencebased literature Apply functional testing for the lower extremity and agility drill progression for return to sport Demonstrate sport-specific volleyball skill progressions to return an athlete to serving, blocking, and hitting, including an evidence-based review of most common volleyball injuries Cancellations A full refund will be given for registration cancellations made on or before March 4. No refunds will be issued after March 4. Directions and Parking The Considine Professional Building is located directly across from Akron Children s Hospital on Bowery St. Friday parking is in the O Neils deck located on State St. between Water St. and Main St. Saturday parking is available in the Bowery Street parking deck. For driving directions and a complete map of the campus visit akronchildrens.org. Are you on Twitter? Get the latest CME news and updates from by We will be tweeting throughout the conference and we encourage you to join us. Follow all tweets or join the conversation using the hashtag #SMconf7
5 Speakers Keynote Speakers, FACSM Dr. Stephen Simons is a native of Goshen, Indiana. Following residency, he worked for the University of Notre Dame as a university and team physician. Currently he serves as the director of Sports Medicine Fellowship at Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center. Dr. Simons is very involved in the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. He enjoys serving on committees for these organizations and interacting with fellowship directors as well as nationally recognized experts in Sports Medicine. He is a volunteer physician for the United States Olympic Committee and served as an athlete physician at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, 2003 Pan American Games and 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. He also serves as the Chairman of the Indiana State Medical Society s Commission on Sports Medicine. He holds a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine. Guest Speakers Bill Pakan, MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Crystal Clinic Team Physician, Kent State University Mark Leffler, MS, ATC Assistant Athletic Trainer Football & Women s Golf, University of Akron Tim Myer, MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Crystal Clinic Team Physician, University of Akron Patrick Riley, Jr., MD Orthopedic Surgeon, Fellow Division of Sports Medicine, Boston Children s Hospital Mike Ross, MPT Senior Physical Therapist, Summa Health Systems Certified in Dry Needling, North Georgia University Ronald Otterstetter, PhD Associate Professor Assistant Department Chair Sport Science & Wellness Education College of Education, The University of Akron Director, Human Performance Laboratory, DSc, BKin(hons), BHScPT, cgims Kathryn Schneider is a physiotherapist in Calgary, Alberta and graduated from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy in She has completed her Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists (2004), certification in Gunn IMS (2002) and a certification program in Vestibular Rehabilitation (Emory University), an Advances In Vestibular Rehabilitation (Duke University), and a Doctor of Science degree (DSc) (Andrew s University) (2008) with her research focusing on dizziness and cervical spine dysfunction. She completed her PhD at the University of Calgary in November 2012 studying the effects of multimodal physiotherapy and vestibular rehabilitation in athletes who have sustained sport-related concussions. Kathryn has presented at many conferences and clinical rounds and has instructed courses on vestibular rehabilitation, whiplash and cervical spine pain. She was a member of the expert panel of the 4th International Consensus on Concussion in Sport in Zurich, Switzerland in November Kathryn was selected by Avenue Magazine as one of Calgary s Top 40 Under 40.
6 Schedule Thursday March 6 Student Forum (no CME awarded) Aaron Galpert, ATC Friday March a.m. Registration/Visit Vendors 8 9 a.m. Current Clinical Approach to the Evaluation and Treatment of Concussions in Sports 9 10 a.m. Future Diagnostics and Treatment Approaches to Concussions in Sports 10 10:20 a.m. Break/Visit Vendors 10:20 11:20 a.m. Physiotherapy Management for Individuals with Persistent Symptoms Following a Sport Related Concussion 11:20 a.m. 12 p.m. Round Table Panel: Case-Based Return to Play with Head and Neck Injuries Panelists: Kerwyn Jones, MD 12 1 p.m. Lunch / Visit Vendors 1 2 p.m. Orthopedics 1: Surgical Issues in Collegiate Athletes 2 2:25 p.m. Break / Visit Vendors Presenters: Danielle Greco, MD Chris Liebig, MD Bill Pakan, MD Current Issues in Surgical Treatment of Labral Injuries Tim Meyer, MD Current Issues in Surgical Treatment of AC Joint injuries Mark Leffler, AT Case Discussion of Shoulder Injuries in Athletes 2:25 3:45 p.m. Orthopedics 2: Surgical Issues in the Pediatric Athlete Pat Riley, Jr., MD Arthroscopic Evaluation of the Pediatric Hip Paul Fleissner, MD The Use of Biologicals in Orthopedics 3:45 4:30 p.m. Technology in Sports Chris Liebig, MD, Cortney Myer, DPT 4:30 p.m. Adjourn 4:35 p.m. Legends of Sports Medicine Award Presentation and Reception Saturday March 8 8 9:30 a.m. Cervical and Vestibular Rehabilitation Strategies for Individuals with Persistent Symptoms Following Sport-Related Concussion 9:30 9:40 a.m. Break/Visit Vendors 9:40 10:10 a.m. Dry Needling: What s the Point? Mike Ross, MPT 10:10 10:40 a.m. Sports Performance Testing Ron Otterstetter, PhD 10:40 10:55 a.m. Break/Visit Vendors 10:55 a.m. 12:25 p.m. Bridging the Gap Between Therapeutic Exercise and Return to Sport Jessica Ciborek, DPT 12:25 p.m. Questions and Closing Remarks 12:30 p.m. Adjourn
7 Registration Form Sports Medicine Update: Building Young Athletes Safe and Healthy VIII Friday Saturday, March 7-8, 2014 NAME/TITLE (MD, AT, PT ETC.) ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP PHONE DIETARY NEEDS OR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS Conference fees include breakfast and snacks on Friday and Saturday, lunch Friday, and handouts on CD. FEES: (check one) BOTH DAYS FRI. ONLY SAT. ONLY Physicians, Nurses, Practitioners c $175 c $115 c $60 ATC, PT, PTA, CSCS, CPT c $150 c $90 c $60 Residents c $75 c $50 c $25 Undergraduate Students*, Athletes, Coaches c $40 c $30 c $10 * Students please include a copy of current semester class schedule as proof of student status. To register for the Thursday Afternoon Student Symposium contact Aaron Galpert at: or CEU s are not offered for the Student Symposium. PAYMENT METHOD: c Check c Visa c MasterCard c Discover Amount NAME ON CARD CREDIT CARD # EXP. DATE SIGNATURE REGISTRATION FORMS PAID BY CREDIT CARD CAN BE FAXED TO For more information, call (330) or Registration deadline is Feb. 28. Make checks payable to: Mail this form and check to: Sports Medicine Center Attn: Sports Medicine Update 215 W. Bowery Street, Suite 7300 Akron, Ohio 44308
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