Upcoming Conferences & CME Opportunities
Sideline Management of Athletic Injuries for the Medical Professional
August 8, 2014
Cleveland Clinic Administrative Campus - Building 4
25900 Science Park Drive
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
This uniquely designed course will offer the attendee guidelines in making return to play decisions and managing various acute athletic injuries as a health care provider on the athletic sideline.
- Manage game day decision making on diagnosis and return to play
- Improve athletic training room decision making regarding treatment and anticipated return to play
- Increase awareness of medical and orthopaedic diagnoses that preclude return to play
- Gain knowledge in a focused physical exam for the upper extremity and lower extremity to diagnosis injuries
- Increase skills in managing the “downed athlete” including spine boarding
- Recognize and assess common medical emergencies
Cleveland Clinic LGBT Health Conference CME
August 8, 2014
You are cordially invited to the first ever Cleveland Clinic LGBT Health Conference CME sponsored by the Orthopaedics & Rheumatologic Institute - Center for Sports Health.
As you may know, Cleveland Clinic Sports Health is the lead medical provider for the upcoming 9th Gay Games and this event is a unique opportunity to earn CME and connect with clinical providers and the Gay Games. We look forward to seeing you there!
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2013 ACL Update
May 18, 2013
Cleveland Clinic Administrative Campus (CCAC)
3050 Science Park Drive, Building 3
Beachwood, OH 44124
This one day course is designed to educate physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, athletic trainers and other sports medicine professionals about anterior cruciate ligament injury and risk reduction with the most current practices of the Cleveland Clinic Sports Health team. The course faculty includes orthopedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, physical therapists, and athletic trainers with extensive experience in the care and the latest evidence based approaches to risk reduction, jumping strategies, surgical techniques and non-operative management of the athlete to both prevent and effectively rehabilitate ACL injuries.
Course Objectives: Participants will be able to:
- Identify relevant anatomy and surgical reconstruction techniques that most effectively replicate original ligament function and placement
- Analyze risk factors for ACL injury related to both sport of participation, anatomical factors as well as neuromuscular control patterns
- Design a, evidence based, multi-disciplinary rehabilitation program including practical approaches and principles for a long-term successful return to sport
- List the current and future directions of research study with regard to ACL injury
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