5th Annual New York Symposium



Brandon Erickson, MD

Vivek Sukumaran, DPT

Melody Hrubes, MD

Mary Frances Roebuck, PT, DPT

Kyle Davis, PT, DPT

Willy Gonzalez, DO

Ryan Andersen, PT

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the basic anatomy and function of the shoulder joint.
  • Identify and assess the basics of imaging for the shoulder, including X-ray, CT, and MRI.
  • Identify scapulohumeral dysfunction using different strategies.
  • Identify and create programs that will help your athlete get back to sport-specific function.
  • Identify and assess common symptoms, anatomy, and clinical management.
  • Implement the use of video analysis apps to examine running gait biomechanics and identify deficits contributing to symptoms.
  • Analyze three common deficits contributing to runner’s knee and construct programs to appropriately treat.
  • Identify new key elements when evaluating and managing concussions.
  • Review return to play protocols.
  • Understand vestibular and cervical evaluation of the concussed athlete.
  • Implement interventions and strategies for return to play management.

Difficulty Level: Mastery

Target Audience: AT, PT, OT, MD/DO, PhD/PsyD, RN


Injury and illness prevention and wellness promotion

Examination, assessment and diagnosis

Immediate and emergency care

Therapeutic intervention

Program Type: Virtual Asynchronus

ebpCentral (BOC AP# 10138) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to athletic trainers.  This program is eligible for 3.5 Category A CEUs.  ATs shouldclaim only those hours spent in the educational activity.



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