Sports Medicine Symposium

Register today.

Friday and Saturday:
$300 Early Bird
($375 after February 1, 2021)

Register for both days

Saturday Only:
$200 Early Bird
($275 after February 1, 2021)

Register for Saturday only

Need to register a group? Email Ken Sarber or call 785-505-3070.

2021 Sports Medicine Symposium

Featuring:
Patrick Denard, MD, Southern Oregon Orthopedics
Michael Monaco, MD, MD VIP, Primary Care Physician, for the Kansas City Chiefs

March 5-6, 2021
Friday: 1–6 p.m. | Saturday: 8–6 p.m.
The Oread, Lawrence, KS

Course Chairman: Dan Lorenz, DPT, PT, ATC, CSCS, Director of Sports Medicine, OrthoKansas

Review the Agenda


Connect with medical professionals from around the region as you learn about primary care and orthopedics in athletes. Learn from physicians and sports medicine professionals who work with professional, elite and everyday athletes.

Who should attend?

Physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, physician assistants, nurses – anyone with an orthopedic focus.

How much does it cost to attend?

Registration opens November 1, 2020. 

Friday and Saturday: $300 early bird ($375 after February 1, 2021)
Saturday only: $225 early bird ($275 after February 1, 2021)

Registration closes on February 27, 2021.

What does my ticket include?

Your ticket to Sports Symposium 2020 allows you to attend presentations from the region’s premier sports medicine professionals and network with your colleagues. Lunch on Saturday and snacks during breaks are included in the price.

Guest Faculty

Mike Monaco, MD – MD VIP, Kansas City Chiefs

Matt Daggett, MD – HCA

Michael Khadavi, MD – Apex Orthopedics

Rebecca McConnville, MD, RD, LD, CSSD, CEDRD – Sports Dietician/Consultant

Paul Schroeppel, MD – University of Kansas Health System

Kyle Goerl, MD – Kansas State University

Pat Denard, MD – Southern Oregon Orthopedics

Brit Moore, MD – Apex Orthopedics

Aaron Borgmann, PT, ATC – Borgmann Rehab Solutions

Course Objectives

  1. Compare/contrast the differences between management of Covid-19 in the high school and collegiate setting and the NFL.
  2. Explain best practices when managing heat illnesses in the athlete.
  3. Outline stress fracture management in the athlete.
  4. Summarize how various musculoskeletal (MSK) injections are used clinically, review pharmacodynamics for commonly used MSK injections, and highlight ways to optimize results.
  5. Outline how proper nutrition education and practices can facilitate and enhance recovery in the injured athlete.
  6. Show the current injection techniques used in the management of tendon disorders.
  7. Explain the management of Achilles ruptures and reconstructions and design an effective rehabilitation program in the post-operative period.
  8. Explain ACL reconstruction with anterolateral ligament reconstruction and identify athletes that may benefit from this technique.
  9. Show how ACL rehabilitation programs are improved through the design of activities targeting neurocognitive deficits in the various phases of rehabilitation.
  10. Summarize surgical management of the athlete with multi-ligament knee injury and provide solutions in the physical therapy management of knee stiffness/arthrofibrosis in the post-operative phases.
  11. Discuss non-operative and surgical management in the athlete with patellofemoral instability.
  12. Illustrate ideal running mechanics and provide a framework to help with loading deficiency in the knee.
  13. Propose a criteria-based progression of hamstring strain rehabilitation in the athlete.
  14. Explain treatment planning for the massive rotator cuff tear with implications for shoulder arthroplasty.
  15. Demonstrate operative management of subscapularis tendon ruptures and repair.
  16. Explain and demonstrate superior capsular reconstruction in the management of irreparable rotator cuff tears.
  17. Outline the most evidence based, optimal exercises to choose in the initial post-operative phases of rotator cuff rehabilitation.
  18. Discuss the management of proximal bicep pathology in the overhead athlete in regards to SLAP repair v. tenodesis.

Accreditation

NATA LogoLawrence Memorial Hospital (BOC AP#: P10209) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of 14.5 Category A hours/CEU’s. AT’s should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.

LMH Health is accredited by the Kansas Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

LMH Health designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

LMH Health, as an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing, has approved this course for 14.5 contact hours applicable for RN, LPN, or LMHT relicensure. Kansas State Board of Nursing CNE Provider No.: LT0035-0927.

LMH Health, as an approved provider for respiratory continuing education, has approved this program for 14.5 contact hours of respiratory continuing education on behalf of the Kansas Respiratory Care Society, a chapter society of the AARC. Providership#: KRCS 009

Cancellation Policy

We understand that circumstances arise in which your registration may need to be canceled. Registrations can be canceled for a full refund until March 4, 2021. Submit a request to cancel a registration for the symposium to Ken Sarber, LMH Health Education and Learning Services, 785-505-3070.

Sponsors

Silver Level Sponsor

BREGXR Medical